Holmes expeditions to Luristan

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Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago , Chicago, Ill
Excavations (Archaeology) -- Iran -- Lurista n., Lurista n (Iran) -- Antiqui
StatementErich F. Schmidt, Maurits N.van Loon, Hans H. Curvers ; with contribution by J. A. Brinkman. Plates.
SeriesThe University of Chicago Oriental Institute publications -- 108
ContributionsLoon, Maurits N. van., Curvers, Hans H.
LC ClassificationsDS324.L8
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Open LibraryOL13928669M

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The Holmes Expedition to Luristan (Oriental Institute Publications) Hardcover – January 1, by Erich F. Schmidt (Author), Maurits N. Vanloon (Editor), Hans H.

Curvers (Editor), J A Brinkman (Collaborator) & 1 moreAuthor: Erich F. Schmidt. The Holmes Expedition to Luristan by Curvers,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. The first Holmes Luristan Expedition Holmes expeditions to Luristan book directed by him during October and Novemberwhen he excavated the primarily Chalcolithic and Bronze Age sites of Kamtarlan I and II and Chigha Sabz; the second in May and Junewhen work was concentrated on a shrine of the mature Iron Age on the slopes of Surkh Dum-i-Luri mountain.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Schmidt, Erich Friedrich, Holmes expeditions to Luristan. Chicago, Ill.: Oriental Institute of the University.

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Schmidt and M. van Loon This two-volume account of archaeological investigations in central and eastern Luristan reflects work carried out over 50 years in the remote area of western Iran, north of the Zagros Mountains.

The Holmes Expedition to Luristan. Cookies are required to use this site. Cookies Holmes expeditions to Luristan book required on this website. The Holmes expeditions to Luristan Published: () The Holmes expeditions to Luristan / 2 Plates Published: () Luristan: Een verdwenen bronskunst uit West-Iran.

Centrum voor Kunst en Cultuur, Sint-Pietersabdij, Gent, 9 okt. jan, Although he is perhaps best known as the excavator of Tepe Hissar and Persepolis, Schmidt conducted important work in Luristan in andprivately funded by Mrs. Christian R. Holmes (hence the name «Holmes Expeditions»), and it is to the credit of Maurits N.

van Loon, recently retired professor at the University of Amsterdam, and Author: Daniel T. Potts. Holmes Expeditions to Luristan/Text and Plates by Erich F. Schmidt, Maurits N. Vanloon, Hans H. Curvers () Nishapur: Some Early Islamic Buildings and Their Decoration by Charles K.

Wilkinson () The Archaeology of Western Iran by Frank Hole () Palaeolithic Archaeology in Iran by Philip E.L.

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1, pp. xv + ; vol. 2, pp. xiv + pls. $ This long-awaited report is a major contri. The Holmes Expeditions to the Luristan, Chicago, Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago. Stronach D. La découverte du premier temple mède dans la région d’Ecbatane (Hamadan, Iran), Paris, Comptes rendus des séances de l’Académie des Inscriptions et Belles-Lettres 4,   the university of chicago, oriental institute publications vol.

the holmes expedition to luristan: plants, text. by Erich F. & Maurits N. van Loon & Hans H. Curvers. Schmidt | Jan 1, ficient to absorb all my attention, while Holmes, who loathed every form of society with his whole Bohemian soul, remained in our lodgings in Baker Street, buried among his old books, and alternating from week to week between cocaine and ambition, the drowsiness of the drug, and the fierce energy of his own keen nature.

He was still, as ever. Potts - review of Schmidt, Van Loon and Curvers, The Holmes Expedition to Luristan,Topoi 3/1: corroborated. The same was true of the Holmes expedition to Luristan that in the s worked at various sites in Luristan, notably the important sanctuary at Surkh Dum-i Luri.

These results were not fully published until 6 On the strength of his great Ashmolean catalogue, Moorey was subse. The term 'wands' was used by E. Schmidt in his report on the Holmes expedition to Luristan [cited in note VI/3], p. For Ghirshman's ideas concerning horse bits and cheek-pieces, see Iranica Antiqua II/2 [], p.

The first major archaeological expedition in Luristan, named after its main sponsor, the “Holmes expedition to Luristan,” was directed by Erich Schmidt. It was organized by the American Institute for Persian Art and Archaeology.

the Pisht-i Kuh (eastern Luristan) and the fifteen campaigns by L. Vanden Berghe in the Pusht-i Kuh (western Luristan). The report of the first excavation, Erich F. Schmidt, Maurits N. van Loon and Hans H. Cuvers, The Holmes Expedition to Luristan, determines the time range of the material more securely than previously possible.

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Alfred Lansing (shelved 4 times as adventure-expedition) avg rating — 77, ratings — published Want to Read saving Want to Read. The early archaeological studies began with the excavations of the s by Sir Aurel Stein and Eric F.

Schmidt (the director of the Holmes expedition in Luristan) at some sites in Pish-i Kuh. Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library.

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Pull the USB Card out, flip it, and re-insert it. - Have you dragged the video file onto your desktop. The Holmes Expeditions to Luristan, The University of Chicago Oriental Institute Publications2 vols., Chicago, Aug (John Curtis) Originally Published: August.

In three weeks of excavation at Surkh Dum, Erich Schmidt and the Holmes Expedition to Luristan uncovered a circular mud-brick structure with a platform in the center, perhaps a sanctuary or shrine.

The building contained a wealth of objects of bronze, ivory, bone, faience, and ceramic, as well as about two hundred cylinder and stamp seals, most. Over an eight-year period, the Persian Expedition worked not only in the royal center of Persepolis, but also at a number of sites that fell within a radius of 10 km.

- the two prehistoric mounds of Tall-i Bakun, an Achaemenid tower and tombs of the Achaemenid kings at Naqsh-i Rustam, and portions of the Sasanian/Islamic city of Istakhr.

For an ex-cursus of the activities of the "Belgian Luristan Expedition", directed by L. Vanden Berghe, see Carter ;Haerinck ; ; Haerinck & Overlaet ;; (for a complete. The Holmes expeditions to Luristan Erich Friedrich Schmidt, Hans Hubert Curvers, J. A Brinkman, Maurits Nanning Van Loon Published in in Chicago Ill) by University of Chicago Oriental institute.excavated by Erich F.

Schmidt, on behalf of the Second Holmes Expedition sponsored by the American Institute for Persian (later Iranian) Art and Archaeology; acquired by the Museum inpurchased from the American Institute for Iranian Art and Archaeology, New York.[Book] Brinkman, J.

A., and Curvers, Hans H., and van Loon, Maurits N., and Schmidt, Erich F. The Holmes Expeditions to Luristan. The University of Chicago.

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