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Iranica Antiqua
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  • On Newly Proposed Proto-Elamite Sign Values

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      Abstract: Proto-Elamite (PE) is a mostly undeciphered writing system of late 4th/early 3rd millennium Iran. Although known to be a bookkeeping system that employs many 'object' signs and numerical notations, it has long been hypothesized that the script could contain some signs which functioned as a 'syllabary', which would make PE a very early example of glottographic writing. An article on the decipherment of the much-later Linear Elamite (LE) script (published in 2022 by Desset et al.) proposed a set of correspondences between the LE signs and graphically similar PE signs, suggesting that future work should explore whether LE sign values may be successfully applied to PE signs to yield a greater decipherment. The current article applies the values of Desset et al. to the existing PE corpus to begin to test this theory. Contextual information in PE facilitates examining whether some LE signs and values may be of phylogenetic relationship to PE ones. The article explores the PE signs and sign sequences in question, offering observations on patterns of use with implications for future work towards investigating hypothetical sound values for PE signs.
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  • What has been done and what has to be done'

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      PubDate: Fri, 26 May 2023 09:17:08 +000
       
  • Second Season of Excavation at Cham Routeh in Seimare, Ilam Province, Iran

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      Abstract: The small site of Cham Routeh lies in the Seimare Valley in the Central Zagros, at the midst of a canyon on the Seimare River. It represents one of several points recently identified in regional archaeological surveys. Excavation at Cham Routeh aimed to establish the local occupational sequence and the possible function of the site. The main question the present study addresses is the situation of the settlements in the Seimare Basin in the Sasanian Period. The excavations revealed that the structures were of small floor plans, and that the foremost comparison linking Cham Routeh to other known Sasanian sites in western Iran is the typical contemporary standard pottery. Closer analysis of the pottery assemblages suggests a Sasanian date for the site, where the occupation continued well into the early Islamic centuries.
      PubDate: Fri, 26 May 2023 09:14:26 +000
       
  • Qaleh Qamchoqay

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  • Disability and Murder

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      Abstract: This paper reports a new palaeopathological case of ankylosing spondylitis and a differential diagnosis performed to determine the etiology of the condition. A female skeleton from the Lori Berd archaeological cemetery, located near the city of Stepanavan (Lori Province of Armenia) is described. In this skeleton, changes in the spine, ribs, the sacrum, acetabulum, head of the femur and greater trochanter, as well as the anterior inferior iliac spine are typical of ankylosing spondylitis in advanced stage. Using osteological markers in combination with the reconstruction of the archaeological context, the burial pattern suggests that the injury the female suffered was more likely due to her physical deficiencies.
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  • Haji Khan

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      Abstract: The Haji Khan archaeological sites are located within the precinct of the Ibn Sina Petrochemical Company in the province of Hamadan, western Iran. A single season of excavations directed by Esmail Hemati Azandaryani was undertaken in 2017 and led to the discovery of a temple dating to the Median period. This temple, with its stepped lozenge plan, is very similar to, but larger than the Central Temple at Tepe Nush-i Jan near Malayer.
      PubDate: Fri, 26 May 2023 09:07:01 +000
       
  • The Evidence of a Castle of the Ellipi Kingdom in Khorramabad, Western
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      PubDate: Fri, 26 May 2023 09:05:50 +000
       
 
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