The Third Biennial International Conference of the Persian Gulf

Cover of the Book

 

 

 

Table of Content

First notes

To Appreciate the Third Conference

The Debate of History, Culture, and Civilization in the Third Conference

 

Part First: Culture and civilization

Lowland and Highland in Southern Iranian Plateau/ A. Khairandish

Persian Gulf in the Arabic Commentaries of Quran/ Y. Marof

Ports of Ganaveh and Jaborj from The Sassanid to Islamic Era/ M.E. Esmaeili-Jelodar

Societies of Qatif and Ehsa versus the Community of Najd/ Y. Qazvini-Haeri

Ergative Structure in Delvari Accent/ M. Ahi and R. Seifi

 

Part Second: Maritime and Commerce

Commercial Situation of Hormuz during the Teimourian/ H. Karamiour

Commercial Relations for Hormuz and Goa: Business of Horse/ K. Alemi

Zheng He’s Trips to the Persian Gulf/ A. Khani

Economic Situation of Kish during Sixth and Seventh AH/ M. Rahmati

Bandar Abbas during the Safavids and the Afsharids/ A. Bazmandagan-Khamiri

Identity of the Guide of Vasco da Gama to India/ M. Lavaee

 

Part Third: History and Politics

Weakness of Iranians to Institute a Capable Naval Force/ M. Dehqannejad

Summary of a Report on the Qajar Approach to Civilization/R. Jafarian

Muhammareh Battle during Mohammad Shah of Qajar/ S. M. Hosseini & S. Nikjou

Ups and Downs of Abu Mahir Family in the Persian Gulf/ A.R. Khalifehzadeh

Expansion of the United States in the Persian Gulf after WWII/ N. Nemati

Strategic Situation of Iranian Islands in the Persian Gulf/ M. Malakoutian

Successful Formula for Iran’s Foreign Policy in the Persian Gulf/ C. Faizee

Cooperativie Security System in the Persian Gulf/ M.B. Qalibaf, M. Omidi-Avaj, S.M. Pourmosavi

 

Part Fourth: Latin Papers

Trade Routes and Commercial Networks in the Persian Gulf during the Third Millennium BCE/ P. Steinkeller

Two Monumental Inscriptions of the Assyrian King Sargon II (721–705BCE) in Iran: The Najafehabad Stele and Tang-i Var Rock Relief/ G. Frame

The Last Achaemenid Army in the Crucial Struggle for Iran and the Persian Gulf in the Graeco-Roman Iconography/ T. Polanski

Foreign Influences on the Architecture of the North Coast of the Persian Gulf/ I. Szanto

Iranian Foreign Policy in the Persian Gulf/ M. Kamrava

 

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