- Title Pages
- List of Illustrations
- Text Images
- Notes on Contributors
- Series Editor’s Preface
- 1 Introduction
- 2 Sasanian Cities: Archaeological Perspectives on the Urban Economy and Built Environment of an Empire
- 3 Palaeoecological Insights into Agri-Horti-Cultural and Pastoral Practices Before, During and After the Sasanian Empire
- 4 Animal Exploitation and Subsistence on the Borders of the Sasanian Empire: From the Gorgan Wall (Iran) to the Gates of the Alans (Georgia)
- 5 The Northern and Western Borderlands of the Sasanian Empire: Contextualising the Roman/Byzantine and Sasanian Frontier
- 6 Connectivity on a Sasanian frontier: Route Systems in the Gorgan Plain of North-East Iran
- 7 The Sasanian Empire and the East: A Summary of the Evidence and its Implications for Rome
- 8 Minority Religions in the Sasanian Empire: Suppression, Integration and Relations with Rome
- 9 A Contested Jurisdiction: Armenia in Late Antiquity
- 10 Cultural Contacts Between Rome and Persia at the Time of Ardashir I (c. AD 224–40)
- 11 Innovation and Stagnation: Military Infrastructure and the Shifting Balance of Power Between Rome and Persia
- 12 The Arabian Frontier: A Keystone of the Sasanian Empire
- 13 The India Trade in Late Antiquity
- Sasanian Persia
- Eberhard W. Sauer
- Edinburgh University Press
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