hegemony through its insistence that this rule is Yhwh’s decision, and that Yhwh has given rule to Persia to benefit Yhwh. A reader of Ezra 1:2–4 could even conclude that the basic point of the Persian Empire is to build the temple in Jerusalem. Ezra 1:7–11; 6:8–10; and 7:14–24, where the Persian kings
Persian Hegemony, Hybridity, and Community Identity in Ezra-Nehemiah
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Rula Jurdi Abisaab
Safavid Iran: Rebirth of a Persian Empire (London: I. B. Tauris, 2008) For over three decades, Andrew Newman has produced articles and books examining major juristic and doctrinal shifts in the history of Twelver Shīʿism and the Safavid Empire. Indeed, I have used some of his excellent
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A Political History of the Lycians and their Relations with foreign Powers, c. 545-362 B.C.
Antony. G. Keen
The first four synchronic chapters deal with general aspects of the Lycian political set-up. The remaining nine chapters take the reader through a detailed examination of the history of the period.
Because of the Lycians strategically important location between the Aegean and the eastern Mediterranean, this work is important for understanding the wider interaction of the Achaemenid Persian empire and the Greek world.