By Herbert Cushing Tolman
Name: historical Persian Lexicon and the Texts of the Achaemenidan Inscriptions Transliterated and Translated With exact connection with Their fresh second look, through Herbert Cushing Tolman writer: big apple, Cincinnati [etc.] American booklet corporation booklet date: 1908 matters: previous Persian language outdated Persian inscriptions Notes: this is often an OCR reprint. there is typos or lacking textual content. There aren't any illustrations or indexes. in the event you purchase the overall Books version of this ebook you get loose trial entry to Million-Books.com the place you could choose from greater than one million books at no cost. you may also preview the booklet there.
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The authors of the tribal history, Tarikh-i Bakhtiyari, traced their lineage back to the descendants of Elam, an ancient language and kingdom in southwestern Iran that thrived as early as 2200 bce. Close to the Bakhtiyari tribal stronghold of Malamir could be found the ruins of the Elamite capital of Susa, as well as the nearby rock reliefs and cuneiform inscriptions in the caves of Shikaft-i Sulayman and on the cliffs of Kul-i Farah. In one passage ‘Ali Quli Khan Sardar As‘ad writes of the Bakhtiyari’s cultural continuities with the seemingly distant Persian past: The native tongue of the Bakhtiyari is Old Persian (Farsi-yi Qadim), broken by Kurdish.
28 Shah ‘Abbas might have fostered ties with the Bakhtiyari to compensate for the fading loyalties of the Qizilbash, in effect raising the Bakhtiyari to the status of the tribes that would contend for the Safavid throne in the eighteenth century. With the capital of Iran moved to the central Iranian city of Isfahan, the Safavids sought to draw upon the resources of the Bakhtiyari Mountains. 31 To this end, Shah ‘Abbas appointed Mir Fazlallah Shahristani to direct the task, and although his workmen (kar kunan) began to work diligently on the project, they found the mountains impassable and were ultimately stopped by rocks too difficult to dig through.
The authors of nineteenth-century chronicles cast their royal Qajar patrons as the heirs to previous dynasties that had striven to preserve the boundaries of the empire and bring order to the frontiers and hinterlands of Iran. On the surface imperial histories recorded the outbreaks of tribal violence and rebellions, as well as the state’s efforts to collect taxes and tributes from its subjects. But these instances of violence, resistance, and banditry may be read as signs of autonomy, revealing how the ethnic and cultural differences within the boundaries of Iran confronted and complicated the early Qajar state-building project.
Ancient Persian lexicon and texts by Herbert Cushing Tolman