Archaeological History of Iran : The Schweich Lectures of by Ernst E. - Herzfeld

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64), b u t A l o c a l n a m e , m u c h the s a m e , is t h a t o f the t o w n f o u n d e d b y S o p p i l u l i u m a , KUB. A n n . y e a r 673 Kul(l)am(m)eri, k'lmar,Syr. > m o d . Lamlun; 1. gallai " H i T ^ D , Pers. Kukmrdn, resembles A k k . kudimeru i . 1, obv. 26, i n E s a r h . B y z . T 6 x^«MOfpwy K&rrpov, A r m . c p . Paikuli 'cardamom'. , p . 174^ k'limar, The name PRE-ACHAEMENIAN AND ACHAEMENIAN EPOCHS 27 the northern Parsuas, not yet i n the southern Ansan-Parsa. Derived from the northern land Parsuas, the ethnical name Parsa was given, after the migration, to the southern home, the disputed name of which until then was Anhn.

The shafts are smooth, not fluted, and the bases and part of the shaft are of the same piece o f stone. The bases are campaniform like the Achaemenian, b u t are decidedly not of Achaemenian workmanship. The rough treatment of the surface alone shows the difference. The former high polish and finish of the masonry has been abandoned. I n I n d i a the same admirable technique disappeared w i t h the works of Asoka. The capitals of these columns are intended to be Corinthian. The helices at the corners, indispensable and essential features of the type, are missing; still stranger, they have no covering plate, no abacus.

M o d . Lamlun; 1. gallai " H i T ^ D , Pers. Kukmrdn, resembles A k k . kudimeru i . 1, obv. 26, i n E s a r h . B y z . T 6 x^«MOfpwy K&rrpov, A r m . c p . Paikuli 'cardamom'. , p . 174^ k'limar, The name PRE-ACHAEMENIAN AND ACHAEMENIAN EPOCHS 27 the northern Parsuas, not yet i n the southern Ansan-Parsa. Derived from the northern land Parsuas, the ethnical name Parsa was given, after the migration, to the southern home, the disputed name of which until then was Anhn. 1 The date of migration must be earlier than supposed, not as a consequence of, but previous to, the destruction of Elam i n c.

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