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Amphores grecques timbrées découvertes à Suse (SO-Iran)

Patrick Monsieur UGent, Rémy Boucharlat and Ernie Haerinck UGent (2011) IRANICA ANTIQUA. 46. p.161-192
abstract
During his excavations, now more than fifty years ago, Roman Ghirshman has found in the area of the so called necropolis of the 'Ville des Artisans' at Susa, a few complete and fragmentary amphorae with stamped handles, most of them Rhodian. Another Rhodian stamp was uncovered during his excavations at the Apadana. They are to be situated in the last quarter of the 3(rd)/first quarter of the 2(nd) century BC and can now be added to the known corpus of amphorae stamps found in numerous parts in the Near East. A complete amphora is likely to bear two unique types of stamps, one of them mentioning almost certainly the eponym Pi O lambda upsilon kappa rho alpha tau eta zeta and turns out to be an important addition to the general corpus of (early) Rhodian stamps. Because of the recent developments in the study of the chronology of Rhodian stamps (the "chronologie basse" of Gerald Finkielsztejn), two more examples from Susa found by Roland de Mecquenem and previously published by Franz Cumont are equally reconsidered. However, all together they seem to be among the rare stamped amphorae that have been found so far in Iran.
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alternative title
Greek stamped amphorae discovered at Susa (SW Iran)
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published
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keyword
Fr. Cumont, Rhodian amphorae, R. de Mecquenem, R. Ghirshman, SW-Iran, Susa, 'Ville des Artisans', chronology, Greek stamped amphora-handles, necropolis
journal title
IRANICA ANTIQUA
Iran. Antiq.
volume
46
pages
161 - 192
Web of Science type
Article
Web of Science id
000293767100007
ISSN
0021-0870
DOI
10.2143/IA.46.0.2084418
language
French
UGent publication?
yes
classification
A1
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I have transferred the copyright for this publication to the publisher
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926520
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http://hdl.handle.net/1854/LU-926520
date created
2010-04-15 15:11:16
date last changed
2011-09-05 08:52:09
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  author       = {Monsieur, Patrick and Boucharlat, R{\'e}my and Haerinck, Ernie},
  issn         = {0021-0870},
  journal      = {IRANICA ANTIQUA},
  keyword      = {Fr. Cumont,Rhodian amphorae,R. de Mecquenem,R. Ghirshman,SW-Iran,Susa,'Ville des Artisans',chronology,Greek stamped amphora-handles,necropolis},
  language     = {fre},
  pages        = {161--192},
  title        = {Amphores grecques timbr{\'e}es d{\'e}couvertes {\`a} Suse (SO-Iran)},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.2143/IA.46.0.2084418},
  volume       = {46},
  year         = {2011},
}

Chicago
Monsieur, Patrick, Rémy Boucharlat, and Ernie Haerinck. 2011. “Amphores Grecques Timbrées Découvertes à Suse (SO-Iran).” Iranica Antiqua 46: 161–192.
APA
Monsieur, P., Boucharlat, R., & Haerinck, E. (2011). Amphores grecques timbrées découvertes à Suse (SO-Iran). IRANICA ANTIQUA, 46, 161–192.
Vancouver
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Monsieur P, Boucharlat R, Haerinck E. Amphores grecques timbrées découvertes à Suse (SO-Iran). IRANICA ANTIQUA. 2011;46:161–92.
MLA
Monsieur, Patrick, Rémy Boucharlat, and Ernie Haerinck. “Amphores Grecques Timbrées Découvertes à Suse (SO-Iran).” IRANICA ANTIQUA 46 (2011): 161–192. Print.