Ancient Iran Series

Touraj Daryaee
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The Ancient Iran Series is a peer-reviewed book series devoted to the study of ancient, pre- and early Islamic Iran. It welcomes submissions form all branches of the humanities, including history, literature, linguistics, epigraphy, numismatics and religion, as well as art and archaeology. Its scope covers all geographic areas of the ancient and late antique world with an Iranian and Persianate legacy in its broadest sense. The series promotes original, innovative, and meticulous research on Iran, Mesopotamia, Asia Minor, Afghanistan, Central Asia and the Caucasus, and northern India.

The volumes 1-6 and 8-13 were previously published by the Jordan Center for Persian Studies, University of California – Irvine.
Editor in Chief
Touraj Daryaee (UC, Irvine)

Managing Editor
Shervin Farridnejad (University of Hamburg)

Scientific Board
Samra Azarnouche (École Pratique des Hautes Études, Paris)
Chiara Barbati (University of Pisa)
Matthew Canepa (University of California, Irvine)
Carlo Cereti (Università degli Studi "La Sapienza" di Rome)
Hassan Fazeli Nashil (University of Tehran)
Frantz Grenet (Collège de France, Paris)
Simcha Gross (University of Pennsylvania, Philadephia)
Almut Hintze (School of Oriental and African Studies, London)
Nasir al-Ka‘abi (University of Kufa)
Irene Madreiter (University of Innsbruck)
Antonio Panaino (University of Bologna)
Céline Redard (School of Oriental and African Studies, London)
Robert Rollinger (University of Innsbruck)
Vesta Sarkhosh Curtis (British Museum, London)
M. Rahim Shayegan (UCLA, Los Angeles)
Mihaela Timuş (The Romanian Academy, Bucharest)
Rolf Strootman (Utrecht University)
Giusto Traina (University of Paris-Sorbonne)
Yuhan S.-D. Vevaina (University of Oxford)
If you are interested in submitting book proposals for this series, please contact:
Abdurraouf Oueslati
Acquisitions Editor
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