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Excavation of Persepolis (Iran): Squeeze of Inscription, XPb? or XPd?, Akkadian Version

Creator:
Herzfeld, Ernst 1879-1948
Subject:
Herzfeld, Ernst 1879-1948
Physical description:
1 paper squeeze : b&w ; 23 in.x 33 in. (58.4 cm. x 83.8 cm.)
Type:
Paper Squeezes
Place:
Iran, Fars, Takht-e Jamshid
Asia
Iran
Persepolis (Iran)
Date:
1923-1934
Topic:
Ancient Near Eastern Art
Achaemenian inscriptions
Architecture
Cuneiform inscriptions
Cuneiform inscriptions, Akkadian
Excavations (Archaeology)
Inscriptions
Local number:
FSA A.6 06.C101
Notes:
- Title is provided by Xavier Courouble, FSg Archives cataloger, based on Roland G. Kent's publication, "Old Persian. Grammar, Texts, Lexicon. 2nd Revised Edition. American Oriental Society, Vol. 33. American Oriental Society, New Haven, Connecticut, 1953," and Joseph Upton's Catalogue of the Herzfeld Archive.
Summary:
- Original handwritten annotation reads, "."
- Additional information from Joseph Upton's Finding Aid reads, "Squeeze No. 101. Persepolis, between two forecourts. Joins No. 102. 66a."
- Information from Corpus Inscriptionum Iranicarum; Part I, Inscriptions of Ancient Iran; Vol. I, The Old Persian Inscriptions reads, "The architectural activities in Persepolis started soon after 519 B.C. ...and continued until Alexander's arrival in 330 B.C.. The structures -and hence the cuneiform inscriptions- of Persepolis were thus created in the space of nearly two hundred years. Besides the platform itself, the earliest known monument was undoubtedly the small and yet charming Palace of Darius (the Tachara), which crowns the acropolis at its western quarter. The copies of XPc [were engraved] on the pillars and the south wall of the south portico of the Tachara, which was completed by Xerxes. Here Xerxes speaks of his father's construction of the palace, but architectural indications point to the continuation of the work from the main part of the Tachara to its southern portico, and suggest a date between 486 and 481 B.C." [Corpus Inscriptionum Iranicarum; Part I, Inscriptions of Ancient Iran; Vol. I, The Old Persian Inscriptions; Portfolio I: Plates i-xlviii. Old Persian Inscriptions of the Persepolis platform. Edited by A. Shapur Shahbazi. Published by Lund Humphries, London, 1985. Pp.15-16."]
- Additional information from staff reads, "Squeeze No. 101: 66a, lines 10-17, bottom edge."
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The Ernst Herzfeld papers. Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery Archives. Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C
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Ernst Herzfeld Papers 1899-1962
Ernst Herzfeld Papers, Series 6: Paper Squeezes of Inscriptions 1903-1947
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Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery Archives
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Excavation of Persepolis (Iran): Squeeze of Inscription, XPb? or XPd?, Akkadian Version

Creator:
Herzfeld, Ernst 1879-1948
Subject:
Herzfeld, Ernst 1879-1948
Physical description:
1 paper squeeze : b&w ; 28 in.x 30 in. (71 cm. x 76.2 cm.)
Type:
Paper Squeezes
Place:
Iran, Fars, Takht-e Jamshid
Asia
Iran
Persepolis (Iran)
Date:
1923-1934
Topic:
Ancient Near Eastern Art
Achaemenian inscriptions
Architecture
Cuneiform inscriptions
Cuneiform inscriptions, Akkadian
Excavations (Archaeology)
Inscriptions
Local number:
FSA A.6 06.C102
Notes:
- Title is provided by Xavier Courouble, FSg Archives cataloger, based on Roland G. Kent's publication, "Old Persian. Grammar, Texts, Lexicon. 2nd Revised Edition. American Oriental Society, Vol. 33. American Oriental Society, New Haven, Connecticut, 1953," and Joseph Upton's Catalogue of the Herzfeld Archive.
Summary:
- Original handwritten annotation reads, "."
- Additional information from Joseph Upton's Finding Aid reads, "Squeeze No. 102. Persepolis, between two forecourts. Joins No. 101 (right edge missing). 66d."
- Information from Corpus Inscriptionum Iranicarum; Part I, Inscriptions of Ancient Iran; Vol. I, The Old Persian Inscriptions reads, "The architectural activities in Persepolis started soon after 519 B.C. ...and continued until Alexander's arrival in 330 B.C.. The structures -and hence the cuneiform inscriptions- of Persepolis were thus created in the space of nearly two hundred years. Besides the platform itself, the earliest known monument was undoubtedly the small and yet charming Palace of Darius (the Tachara), which crowns the acropolis at its western quarter. The copies of XPc [were engraved] on the pillars and the south wall of the south portico of the Tachara, which was completed by Xerxes. Here Xerxes speaks of his father's construction of the palace, but architectural indications point to the continuation of the work from the main part of the Tachara to its southern portico, and suggest a date between 486 and 481 B.C." [Corpus Inscriptionum Iranicarum; Part I, Inscriptions of Ancient Iran; Vol. I, The Old Persian Inscriptions; Portfolio I: Plates i-xlviii. Old Persian Inscriptions of the Persepolis platform. Edited by A. Shapur Shahbazi. Published by Lund Humphries, London, 1985. Pp.15-16."]
- Additional information from staff reads, "Squeeze No. 102: 66d, lines 1-9, top edge."
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The Ernst Herzfeld papers. Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery Archives. Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C
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Ernst Herzfeld Papers 1899-1962
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Excavation of Persepolis (Iran): Squeeze of "Foundation Inscriptions," DPf, Elamite Version, Inscribed on Southern Terrace Wall

Creator:
Herzfeld, Ernst 1879-1948
Subject:
Herzfeld, Ernst 1879-1948
Physical description:
1 paper squeeze : b&w ; 48 in.x 72 in. (122 cm. x 183 cm.)
Type:
Paper Squeezes
Place:
Iran, Fars, Takht-e Jamshid, Southern Terrace Wall
Asia
Iran
Persepolis (Iran)
Date:
1923-1934
Topic:
Achaemenian inscriptions
Architecture
Cuneiform inscriptions
Cuneiform inscriptions, Elamite
Excavations (Archaeology)
Inscriptions
Local number:
FSA A.6 06.C060
Notes:
- Title is provided by Xavier Courouble, FSg Archives cataloger, based on Roland G. Kent's publication, "Old Persian. Grammar, Texts, Lexicon. 2nd Revised Edition. American Oriental Society, Vol. 33. American Oriental Society, New Haven, Connecticut, 1953," and Joseph Upton's Catalogue of the Herzfeld Archive."
Summary:
- Original handwritten annotation reads, "."
- Information from Roland G. Kent's 1953 publication reads, "DPf = Darius, Persepolis F: Elamite, 24 lines, on the south retaining wall of the palace."
- Additional information from Joseph Upton's Finding Aid reads, "Squeeze No. 60. Persepolis, Great Terrace inscription. Elamite text, 68a."
- Additional information from Corpus Inscriptionum Iranicarum; Part I, Inscriptions of Ancient Iran; Vol. I, The Old Persian Inscriptions reads, "The architectural activities in Persepolis started soon after 519 B.C. ...and continued until Alexander's arrival in 330 B.C.. The structures -and hence the cuneiform inscriptions- of Persepolis were thus created in the space of nearly two hundred years. The original approach to the Persepolis platform was from the south, but Xerxes blocked that entry when he finished the north-western stairway. Not far from the original southern stairway, Darius the Great had carved, on a single block, four cuneiform texts (DPd and DPe in Old Persian, DPf in Elamite, and DPg in Babylonian). These serve as the 'foundation inscriptions' of Persepolis." [Corpus Inscriptionum Iranicarum; Part I, Inscriptions of Ancient Iran; Vol. I, The Old Persian Inscriptions; Portfolio I: Plates i-xlviii. Old Persian Inscriptions of the Persepolis platform. Edited by A. Shapur Shahbazi. Published by Lund Humphries, London, 1985. Pp.15-16."]
- Additional information from staff reads, "Squeeze No. 60: 68a, lines 1-7, top left and center edge."
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The Ernst Herzfeld papers. Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery Archives. Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C
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Ernst Herzfeld Papers 1899-1962
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Excavation of Persepolis (Iran): Squeeze of "Foundation Inscriptions," DPf, Elamite Version, Inscribed on Southern Terrace Wall

Creator:
Herzfeld, Ernst 1879-1948
Subject:
Herzfeld, Ernst 1879-1948
Physical description:
1 paper squeeze : b&w ; 31 in.x 34 in. (78.8 cm. x 86.4 cm.)
Type:
Paper Squeezes
Place:
Iran, Fars, Takht-e Jamshid, Southern Terrace Wall
Asia
Iran
Persepolis (Iran)
Date:
1923-1934
Topic:
Ancient Near Eastern Art
Achaemenian inscriptions
Architecture
Cuneiform inscriptions
Cuneiform inscriptions, Elamite
Excavations (Archaeology)
Inscriptions
Local number:
FSA A.6 06.C083
Notes:
- Title is provided by Xavier Courouble, FSg Archives cataloger, based on Roland G. Kent's publication, "Old Persian. Grammar, Texts, Lexicon. 2nd Revised Edition. American Oriental Society, Vol. 33. American Oriental Society, New Haven, Connecticut, 1953," and Joseph Upton's Catalogue of the Herzfeld Archive."
Summary:
- Original handwritten annotation reads, "."
- Information from Roland G. Kent's 1953 publication reads, "DPf = Darius, Persepolis F: Elamite, 24 lines, on the south retaining wall of the palace."
- Additional information from Joseph Upton's Finding Aid reads, "Squeeze No. 83. Persepolis, Great Terrace inscription. Elamite text, 68g."
- Additional information from Corpus Inscriptionum Iranicarum; Part I, Inscriptions of Ancient Iran; Vol. I, The Old Persian Inscriptions reads, "The architectural activities in Persepolis started soon after 519 B.C. ...and continued until Alexander's arrival in 330 B.C.. The structures -and hence the cuneiform inscriptions- of Persepolis were thus created in the space of nearly two hundred years. The original approach to the Persepolis platform was from the south, but Xerxes blocked that entry when he finished the north-western stairway. Not far from the original southern stairway, Darius the Great had carved, on a single block, four cuneiform texts (DPd and DPe in Old Persian, DPf in Elamite, and DPg in Babylonian). These serve as the 'foundation inscriptions' of Persepolis." [Corpus Inscriptionum Iranicarum; Part I, Inscriptions of Ancient Iran; Vol. I, The Old Persian Inscriptions; Portfolio I: Plates i-xlviii. Old Persian Inscriptions of the Persepolis platform. Edited by A. Shapur Shahbazi. Published by Lund Humphries, London, 1985. Pp.15-16."]
- Additional information from staff reads, "Squeeze No. 83: 68g, lines 16-24, bottom right edge."
Cite as:
The Ernst Herzfeld papers. Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery Archives. Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C
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Ernst Herzfeld Papers 1899-1962
Ernst Herzfeld Papers, Series 6: Paper Squeezes of Inscriptions 1903-1947
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Excavation of Persepolis (Iran): Squeeze of "Foundation Inscriptions," DPf, Elamite Version, Inscribed on Southern Terrace Wall

Creator:
Herzfeld, Ernst 1879-1948
Subject:
Herzfeld, Ernst 1879-1948
Physical description:
1 paper squeeze : b&w ; 31 in.x 34 in. (78.8 cm. x 86.4 cm.)
Type:
Paper Squeezes
Place:
Iran, Fars, Takht-e Jamshid, Southern Terrace Wall
Asia
Iran
Persepolis (Iran)
Date:
1923-1934
Topic:
Ancient Near Eastern Art
Achaemenian inscriptions
Architecture
Cuneiform inscriptions
Cuneiform inscriptions, Elamite
Excavations (Archaeology)
Inscriptions
Local number:
FSA A.6 06.C085
Notes:
- Title is provided by Xavier Courouble, FSg Archives cataloger, based on Roland G. Kent's publication, "Old Persian. Grammar, Texts, Lexicon. 2nd Revised Edition. American Oriental Society, Vol. 33. American Oriental Society, New Haven, Connecticut, 1953," and Joseph Upton's Catalogue of the Herzfeld Archive."
Summary:
- Original handwritten annotation reads, "."
- Information from Roland G. Kent's 1953 publication reads, "DPf = Darius, Persepolis F: Elamite, 24 lines, on the south retaining wall of the palace."
- Additional information from Joseph Upton's Finding Aid reads, "Squeeze No. 85. Persepolis, Great Terrace inscription. Elamite text, 68d."
- Additional information from Corpus Inscriptionum Iranicarum; Part I, Inscriptions of Ancient Iran; Vol. I, The Old Persian Inscriptions reads, "The architectural activities in Persepolis started soon after 519 B.C. ...and continued until Alexander's arrival in 330 B.C.. The structures -and hence the cuneiform inscriptions- of Persepolis were thus created in the space of nearly two hundred years. The original approach to the Persepolis platform was from the south, but Xerxes blocked that entry when he finished the north-western stairway. Not far from the original southern stairway, Darius the Great had carved, on a single block, four cuneiform texts (DPd and DPe in Old Persian, DPf in Elamite, and DPg in Babylonian). These serve as the 'foundation inscriptions' of Persepolis." [Corpus Inscriptionum Iranicarum; Part I, Inscriptions of Ancient Iran; Vol. I, The Old Persian Inscriptions; Portfolio I: Plates i-xlviii. Old Persian Inscriptions of the Persepolis platform. Edited by A. Shapur Shahbazi. Published by Lund Humphries, London, 1985. Pp.15-16."]
- Additional information from staff reads, "Squeeze No. 85: 68d, lines 17-24, bottom center."
Cite as:
The Ernst Herzfeld papers. Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery Archives. Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C
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Ernst Herzfeld Papers 1899-1962
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Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery Archives
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Excavation of Persepolis (Iran): Squeeze of "Foundation Inscriptions," DPf, Elamite Version, Inscribed on Southern Terrace Wall

Creator:
Herzfeld, Ernst 1879-1948
Subject:
Herzfeld, Ernst 1879-1948
Physical description:
1 paper squeeze : b&w ; 48 in.x 72 in. (122 cm. x 183 cm.)
Type:
Paper Squeezes
Place:
Iran, Fars, Takht-e Jamshid, Southern Terrace Wall
Asia
Iran
Persepolis (Iran)
Date:
1923-1934
Topic:
Ancient Near Eastern Art
Achaemenian inscriptions
Architecture
Cuneiform inscriptions
Cuneiform inscriptions, Elamite
Excavations (Archaeology)
Inscriptions
Local number:
FSA A.6 06.C087
Notes:
- Title is provided by Xavier Courouble, FSg Archives cataloger, based on Roland G. Kent's publication, "Old Persian. Grammar, Texts, Lexicon. 2nd Revised Edition. American Oriental Society, Vol. 33. American Oriental Society, New Haven, Connecticut, 1953," and Joseph Upton's Catalogue of the Herzfeld Archive.
Summary:
- Original handwritten annotation reads, "."
- Information from Roland G. Kent's 1953 publication reads, "DPf = Darius, Persepolis F: Elamite, 24 lines, on the south retaining wall of the palace."
- Additional information from Joseph Upton's Finding Aid reads, "Squeeze No. 87. Persepolis, Great Terrace inscription. Elamite text, 68b."
- Additional information from Corpus Inscriptionum Iranicarum; Part I, Inscriptions of Ancient Iran; Vol. I, The Old Persian Inscriptions reads, "The architectural activities in Persepolis started soon after 519 B.C. ...and continued until Alexander's arrival in 330 B.C.. The structures -and hence the cuneiform inscriptions- of Persepolis were thus created in the space of nearly two hundred years. The original approach to the Persepolis platform was from the south, but Xerxes blocked that entry when he finished the north-western stairway. Not far from the original southern stairway, Darius the Great had carved, on a single block, four cuneiform texts (DPd and DPe in Old Persian, DPf in Elamite, and DPg in Babylonian). These serve as the 'foundation inscriptions' of Persepolis." [Corpus Inscriptionum Iranicarum; Part I, Inscriptions of Ancient Iran; Vol. I, The Old Persian Inscriptions; Portfolio I: Plates i-xlviii. Old Persian Inscriptions of the Persepolis platform. Edited by A. Shapur Shahbazi. Published by Lund Humphries, London, 1985. Pp.15-16."]
- Additional information from staff reads, "Squeeze No. 87: 68b, lines 8-24, center and bottom left edge."
Cite as:
The Ernst Herzfeld papers. Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery Archives. Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C
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Ernst Herzfeld Papers 1899-1962
Ernst Herzfeld Papers, Series 6: Paper Squeezes of Inscriptions 1903-1947
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Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery Archives
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Excavation of Persepolis (Iran): Squeeze of "Foundation Inscriptions," DPd, Old Persian Version, Inscribed on Southern Terrace Wall

Creator:
Herzfeld, Ernst 1879-1948
Subject:
Herzfeld, Ernst 1879-1948
Physical description:
1 paper squeeze : b&w ; 23 in.x 48 in. (58.4 cm. x 122 cm.)
Type:
Paper Squeezes
Place:
Iran, Fars, Takht-e Jamshid, Southern Terrace Wall
Asia
Iran
Persepolis (Iran)
Date:
1923-1934
Topic:
Achaemenian inscriptions
Architecture
Cuneiform inscriptions
Old Persian inscriptions
Excavations (Archaeology)
Inscriptions
Local number:
FSA A.6 06.C062
Notes:
- Title is provided by Xavier Courouble, FSg Archives cataloger, based on Roland G. Kent's publication, "Old Persian. Grammar, Texts, Lexicon. 2nd Revised Edition. American Oriental Society, Vol. 33. American Oriental Society, New Haven, Connecticut, 1953," and Joseph Upton's Catalogue of the Herzfeld Archive."
Summary:
- Original handwritten annotation reads, "."
- Information from Roland G. Kent's 1953 publication reads, "DPd = Darius, Persepolis D: Old Persian only, 24 lines, on the south retaining wall of the palace."
Additional information from Joseph Upton's Finding Aid reads, "Squeeze No. 62. Persepolis, Great Terrace inscription. Old Persian text, 69a."
- Additional information from Corpus Inscriptionum Iranicarum; Part I, Inscriptions of Ancient Iran; Vol. I, The Old Persian Inscriptions reads, "The architectural activities in Persepolis started soon after 519 B.C. ...and continued until Alexander's arrival in 330 B.C.. The structures -and hence the cuneiform inscriptions- of Persepolis were thus created in the space of nearly two hundred years. The original approach to the Persepolis platform was from the south, but Xerxes blocked that entry when he finished the north-western stairway. Not far from the original southern stairway, Darius the Great had carved, on a single block, four cuneiform texts (DPd and DPe in Old Persian, DPf in Elamite, and DPg in Babylonian). These serve as the 'foundation inscriptions' of Persepolis." [Corpus Inscriptionum Iranicarum; Part I, Inscriptions of Ancient Iran; Vol. I, The Old Persian Inscriptions; Portfolio I: Plates i-xlviii. Old Persian Inscriptions of the Persepolis platform. Edited by A. Shapur Shahbazi. Published by Lund Humphries, London, 1985. Pp.15-16."]
- Additional information from staff reads, "Squeeze No. 62: 69a, lines 1-6, top and center left edge."
Cite as:
The Ernst Herzfeld papers. Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery Archives. Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C
See more items in:
Ernst Herzfeld Papers 1899-1962
Ernst Herzfeld Papers, Series 6: Paper Squeezes of Inscriptions 1903-1947
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Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery Archives
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Excavation of Persepolis (Iran): Squeeze of "Foundation Inscriptions," DPd, Old Persian Version, Inscribed on Southern Terrace Wall

Creator:
Herzfeld, Ernst 1879-1948
Subject:
Herzfeld, Ernst 1879-1948
Physical description:
1 paper squeeze : b&w ; 21 in.x 31 in. (53.4 cm. x 78.7 cm.)
Type:
Paper Squeezes
Place:
Iran, Fars, Takht-e Jamshid, Southern Terrace Wall
Asia
Iran
Persepolis (Iran)
Date:
1923-1934
Topic:
Achaemenian inscriptions
Architecture
Cuneiform inscriptions
Old Persian inscriptions
Excavations (Archaeology)
Inscriptions
Local number:
FSA A.6 06.C064
Notes:
- Title is provided by Xavier Courouble, FSg Archives cataloger, based on Roland G. Kent's publication, "Old Persian. Grammar, Texts, Lexicon. 2nd Revised Edition. American Oriental Society, Vol. 33. American Oriental Society, New Haven, Connecticut, 1953," and Joseph Upton's Catalogue of the Herzfeld Archive."
Summary:
- Original handwritten annotation reads, "."
- Information from Roland G. Kent's 1953 publication reads, "DPd = Darius, Persepolis D: Old Persian only, 24 lines, on the south retaining wall of the palace."
- Additional information from Joseph Upton's Finding Aid reads, "Squeeze No. 64. Persepolis, Great Terrace inscription. Old Persian text, 69c."
- Additional information from Corpus Inscriptionum Iranicarum; Part I, Inscriptions of Ancient Iran; Vol. I, The Old Persian Inscriptions reads, "The architectural activities in Persepolis started soon after 519 B.C. ...and continued until Alexander's arrival in 330 B.C.. The structures -and hence the cuneiform inscriptions- of Persepolis were thus created in the space of nearly two hundred years. The original approach to the Persepolis platform was from the south, but Xerxes blocked that entry when he finished the north-western stairway. Not far from the original southern stairway, Darius the Great had carved, on a single block, four cuneiform texts (DPd and DPe in Old Persian, DPf in Elamite, and DPg in Babylonian). These serve as the 'foundation inscriptions' of Persepolis." [Corpus Inscriptionum Iranicarum; Part I, Inscriptions of Ancient Iran; Vol. I, The Old Persian Inscriptions; Portfolio I: Plates i-xlviii. Old Persian Inscriptions of the Persepolis platform. Edited by A. Shapur Shahbazi. Published by Lund Humphries, London, 1985. Pp.15-16."]
- Additional information from staff reads, "Squeeze No. 64: 69c, lines 1-6, top right edge."
Cite as:
The Ernst Herzfeld papers. Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery Archives. Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C
See more items in:
Ernst Herzfeld Papers 1899-1962
Ernst Herzfeld Papers, Series 6: Paper Squeezes of Inscriptions 1903-1947
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Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery Archives
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Excavation of Persepolis (Iran): Squeeze of "Foundation Inscriptions," DPe, Old Persian Version, Inscribed on Southern Terrace Wall

Creator:
Herzfeld, Ernst 1879-1948
Subject:
Herzfeld, Ernst 1879-1948
Physical description:
1 paper squeeze : b&w ; 34 in.x 37 in. (86.4 cm. x 94 cm.)
Type:
Paper Squeezes
Place:
Iran, Fars, Takht-e Jamshid, Southern Terrace Wall
Asia
Iran
Persepolis (Iran)
Date:
1923-1934
Topic:
Achaemenian inscriptions
Architecture
Cuneiform inscriptions
Old Persian inscriptions
Excavations (Archaeology)
Inscriptions
Local number:
FSA A.6 06.C066
Notes:
- Title is provided by Xavier Courouble, FSg Archives cataloger, based on Roland G. Kent's publication, "Old Persian. Grammar, Texts, Lexicon. 2nd Revised Edition. American Oriental Society, Vol. 33. American Oriental Society, New Haven, Connecticut, 1953," and Joseph Upton's Catalogue of the Herzfeld Archive."
Summary:
- Original handwritten annotation reads, "."
- Information from Roland G. Kent's 1953 publication reads, "DPe = Darius, Persepolis E: Old Persian only, 24 lines, on the south retaining wall of the palace."
- Additional information from Joseph Upton's Finding Aid reads, "Squeeze No. 66. Persepolis, Great Terrace inscription. Old Persian text, 70f."
- Additional information from Corpus Inscriptionum Iranicarum; Part I, Inscriptions of Ancient Iran; Vol. I, The Old Persian Inscriptions reads, "The architectural activities in Persepolis started soon after 519 B.C. ...and continued until Alexander's arrival in 330 B.C.. The structures -and hence the cuneiform inscriptions- of Persepolis were thus created in the space of nearly two hundred years. The original approach to the Persepolis platform was from the south, but Xerxes blocked that entry when he finished the north-western stairway. Not far from the original southern stairway, Darius the Great had carved, on a single block, four cuneiform texts (DPd and DPe in Old Persian, DPf in Elamite, and DPg in Babylonian). These serve as the 'foundation inscriptions' of Persepolis." [Corpus Inscriptionum Iranicarum; Part I, Inscriptions of Ancient Iran; Vol. I, The Old Persian Inscriptions; Portfolio I: Plates i-xlviii. Old Persian Inscriptions of the Persepolis platform. Edited by A. Shapur Shahbazi. Published by Lund Humphries, London, 1985. Pp.15-16."]
- Additional information from staff reads, "Squeeze No. 66: 70f, lines 7-17, center right edge."
Cite as:
The Ernst Herzfeld papers. Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery Archives. Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C
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Ernst Herzfeld Papers 1899-1962
Ernst Herzfeld Papers, Series 6: Paper Squeezes of Inscriptions 1903-1947
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Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery Archives
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Excavation of Persepolis (Iran): Squeeze of "Foundation Inscriptions," DPe, Old Persian Version, Inscribed on Southern Terrace Wall

Creator:
Herzfeld, Ernst 1879-1948
Subject:
Herzfeld, Ernst 1879-1948
Physical description:
1 paper squeeze : b&w ; 26 in.x 29 in. (66 cm. x 73.8 cm.)
Type:
Paper Squeezes
Place:
Iran, Fars, Takht-e Jamshid, Southern Terrace Wall
Asia
Iran
Persepolis (Iran)
Date:
1923-1934
Topic:
Achaemenian inscriptions
Architecture
Cuneiform inscriptions
Old Persian inscriptions
Excavations (Archaeology)
Inscriptions
Local number:
FSA A.6 06.C068
Notes:
- Title is provided by Xavier Courouble, FSg Archives cataloger, based on Roland G. Kent's publication, "Old Persian. Grammar, Texts, Lexicon. 2nd Revised Edition. American Oriental Society, Vol. 33. American Oriental Society, New Haven, Connecticut, 1953," and Joseph Upton's Catalogue of the Herzfeld Archive."
Summary:
- Original handwritten annotation reads, "."
- Information from Roland G. Kent's 1953 publication reads, "DPe = Darius, Persepolis E: Old Persian only, 24 lines, on the south retaining wall of the palace."
- Additional information from Joseph Upton's Finding Aid reads, "Squeeze No. 68. Persepolis, Great Terrace inscription. Old Persian text, 70e."
- Additional information from Corpus Inscriptionum Iranicarum; Part I, Inscriptions of Ancient Iran; Vol. I, The Old Persian Inscriptions reads, "The architectural activities in Persepolis started soon after 519 B.C. ...and continued until Alexander's arrival in 330 B.C.. The structures -and hence the cuneiform inscriptions- of Persepolis were thus created in the space of nearly two hundred years. The original approach to the Persepolis platform was from the south, but Xerxes blocked that entry when he finished the north-western stairway. Not far from the original southern stairway, Darius the Great had carved, on a single block, four cuneiform texts (DPd and DPe in Old Persian, DPf in Elamite, and DPg in Babylonian). These serve as the 'foundation inscriptions' of Persepolis." [Corpus Inscriptionum Iranicarum; Part I, Inscriptions of Ancient Iran; Vol. I, The Old Persian Inscriptions; Portfolio I: Plates i-xlviii. Old Persian Inscriptions of the Persepolis platform. Edited by A. Shapur Shahbazi. Published by Lund Humphries, London, 1985. Pp.15-16."]
- Additional information from staff reads, "Squeeze No. 68: 70e, lines 1-6, top right edge."
Cite as:
The Ernst Herzfeld papers. Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery Archives. Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C
See more items in:
Ernst Herzfeld Papers 1899-1962
Ernst Herzfeld Papers, Series 6: Paper Squeezes of Inscriptions 1903-1947
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Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery Archives
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Excavation of Persepolis (Iran): Squeeze of "Foundation Inscriptions", DPe, Old Persian Version, Inscribed on Southern Terrace Wall

Creator:
Herzfeld, Ernst 1879-1948
Subject:
Herzfeld, Ernst 1879-1948
Physical description:
1 paper squeeze : b&w ; 34 in.x 37 in. (86.4 cm. x 94 cm.)
Type:
Paper Squeezes
Place:
Iran, Fars, Takht-e Jamshid, Southern Terrace Wall
Asia
Iran
Persepolis (Iran)
Date:
1923-1934
Topic:
Achaemenian inscriptions
Architecture
Cuneiform inscriptions
Old Persian inscriptions
Excavations (Archaeology)
Inscriptions
Local number:
FSA A.6 06.C070
Notes:
- Title is provided by Xavier Courouble, FSg Archives cataloger, based on Roland G. Kent's publication, "Old Persian. Grammar, Texts, Lexicon. 2nd Revised Edition. American Oriental Society, Vol. 33. American Oriental Society, New Haven, Connecticut, 1953," and Joseph Upton's Catalogue of the Herzfeld Archive."
Summary:
- Original handwritten annotation reads, "."
- Information from Roland G. Kent's 1953 publication reads, "DPe = Darius, Persepolis E: Old Persian only, 24 lines, on the south retaining wall of the palace."
- Additional information from Joseph Upton's Finding Aid reads, "Squeeze No. 70. Persepolis, Great Terrace inscription. Old Persian text, 70b."
- Additional information from Corpus Inscriptionum Iranicarum; Part I, Inscriptions of Ancient Iran; Vol. I, The Old Persian Inscriptions reads, "The architectural activities in Persepolis started soon after 519 B.C. ...and continued until Alexander's arrival in 330 B.C.. The structures -and hence the cuneiform inscriptions- of Persepolis were thus created in the space of nearly two hundred years. The original approach to the Persepolis platform was from the south, but Xerxes blocked that entry when he finished the north-western stairway. Not far from the original southern stairway, Darius the Great had carved, on a single block, four cuneiform texts (DPd and DPe in Old Persian, DPf in Elamite, and DPg in Babylonian). These serve as the 'foundation inscriptions' of Persepolis." [Corpus Inscriptionum Iranicarum; Part I, Inscriptions of Ancient Iran; Vol. I, The Old Persian Inscriptions; Portfolio I: Plates i-xlviii. Old Persian Inscriptions of the Persepolis platform. Edited by A. Shapur Shahbazi. Published by Lund Humphries, London, 1985. Pp.15-16."]
- Additional information from staff reads, "Squeeze No. 70: 70b, lines 16-24, top center."
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The Ernst Herzfeld papers. Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery Archives. Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C
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Excavation of Persepolis (Iran): Squeeze of "Foundation Inscriptions," DPe, Old Persian Version, Inscribed on Southern Terrace Wall

Creator:
Herzfeld, Ernst 1879-1948
Subject:
Herzfeld, Ernst 1879-1948
Physical description:
1 paper squeeze : b&w ; 36 in.x 50 in. (91.4 cm. x 127 cm.)
Type:
Paper Squeezes
Place:
Iran, Fars, Takht-e Jamshid, Southern Terrace Wall
Asia
Iran
Persepolis (Iran)
Date:
1923-1934
Topic:
Achaemenian inscriptions
Architecture
Cuneiform inscriptions
Old Persian inscriptions
Excavations (Archaeology)
Inscriptions
Local number:
FSA A.6 06.C072
Notes:
- Title is provided by Xavier Courouble, FSg Archives cataloger, based on Roland G. Kent's publication, "Old Persian. Grammar, Texts, Lexicon. 2nd Revised Edition. American Oriental Society, Vol. 33. American Oriental Society, New Haven, Connecticut, 1953," and Joseph Upton's Catalogue of the Herzfeld Archive."
Summary:
- Original handwritten annotation reads, "."
- Information from Roland G. Kent's 1953 publication reads, "DPe = Darius, Persepolis E: Old Persian only, 24 lines, on the south retaining wall of the palace."
- Additional information from Joseph Upton's Finding Aid reads, "Squeeze No. 72. Persepolis, Great Terrace inscription. Old Persian text, 70a."
- Additional information from Corpus Inscriptionum Iranicarum; Part I, Inscriptions of Ancient Iran; Vol. I, The Old Persian Inscriptions reads, "The architectural activities in Persepolis started soon after 519 B.C. ...and continued until Alexander's arrival in 330 B.C.. The structures -and hence the cuneiform inscriptions- of Persepolis were thus created in the space of nearly two hundred years. The original approach to the Persepolis platform was from the south, but Xerxes blocked that entry when he finished the north-western stairway. Not far from the original southern stairway, Darius the Great had carved, on a single block, four cuneiform texts (DPd and DPe in Old Persian, DPf in Elamite, and DPg in Babylonian). These serve as the 'foundation inscriptions' of Persepolis." [Corpus Inscriptionum Iranicarum; Part I, Inscriptions of Ancient Iran; Vol. I, The Old Persian Inscriptions; Portfolio I: Plates i-xlviii. Old Persian Inscriptions of the Persepolis platform. Edited by A. Shapur Shahbazi. Published by Lund Humphries, London, 1985. Pp.15-16."]
- Additional information from staff reads, "Squeeze No. 72: 70a, lines 1-15, top left edge."
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The Ernst Herzfeld papers. Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery Archives. Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C
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Excavation of Persepolis (Iran): Squeeze of "Foundation Inscriptions," DPg, Akkadian Version, Inscribed on Southern Terrace Wall

Creator:
Herzfeld, Ernst 1879-1948
Subject:
Herzfeld, Ernst 1879-1948
Physical description:
1 paper squeeze : b&w ; 25 in.x 26 in. (63.4 cm. x 66 cm.)
Type:
Paper Squeezes
Place:
Iran, Fars, Takht-e Jamshid, Southern Terrace Wall
Asia
Iran
Persepolis (Iran)
Date:
1923-1934
Topic:
Ancient Near Eastern Art
Achaemenian inscriptions
Architecture
Cuneiform inscriptions
Cuneiform inscriptions, Akkadian
Excavations (Archaeology)
Inscriptions
Local number:
FSA A.6 06.C075
Notes:
- Title is provided by Xavier Courouble, FSg Archives cataloger, based on Roland G. Kent's publication, "Old Persian. Grammar, Texts, Lexicon. 2nd Revised Edition. American Oriental Society, Vol. 33. American Oriental Society, New Haven, Connecticut, 1953," and Joseph Upton's Catalogue of the Herzfeld Archive."
Summary:
- Original handwritten annotation reads, "."
- Information from Roland G. Kent's 1953 publication reads, "DPg = Darius, Persepolis G: Akkadian, 24 lines, on the south retaining wall of the palace."
- Additional information from Joseph Upton's Finding Aid reads, "Squeeze No. 75. Persepolis, Great Terrace inscription. Babylonian text, 67e."
- Additional information from Corpus Inscriptionum Iranicarum; Part I, Inscriptions of Ancient Iran; Vol. I, The Old Persian Inscriptions reads, "The architectural activities in Persepolis started soon after 519 B.C. ...and continued until Alexander's arrival in 330 B.C.. The structures -and hence the cuneiform inscriptions- of Persepolis were thus created in the space of nearly two hundred years. The original approach to the Persepolis platform was from the south, but Xerxes blocked that entry when he finished the north-western stairway. Not far from the original southern stairway, Darius the Great had carved, on a single block, four cuneiform texts (DPd and DPe in Old Persian, DPf in Elamite, and DPg in Babylonian). These serve as the 'foundation inscriptions' of Persepolis." [Corpus Inscriptionum Iranicarum; Part I, Inscriptions of Ancient Iran; Vol. I, The Old Persian Inscriptions; Portfolio I: Plates i-xlviii. Old Persian Inscriptions of the Persepolis platform. Edited by A. Shapur Shahbazi. Published by Lund Humphries, London, 1985. Pp.15-16."]
- Additional information from staff reads, "Squeeze No. 75: 67e, lines 7-14, center."
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The Ernst Herzfeld papers. Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery Archives. Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C
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Excavation of Persepolis (Iran): Squeeze of "Foundation Inscriptions," DPg, Akkadian Version, Inscribed on Southern Terrace Wall

Creator:
Herzfeld, Ernst 1879-1948
Subject:
Herzfeld, Ernst 1879-1948
Physical description:
1 paper squeeze : b&w ; 23 in.x 46 in. (58.4 cm. x 116.9 cm.)
Type:
Paper Squeezes
Place:
Iran, Fars, Takht-e Jamshid, Southern Terrace Wall
Asia
Iran
Persepolis (Iran)
Date:
1923-1934
Topic:
Ancient Near Eastern Art
Achaemenian inscriptions
Architecture
Cuneiform inscriptions
Cuneiform inscriptions, Akkadian
Excavations (Archaeology)
Inscriptions
Local number:
FSA A.6 06.C077
Notes:
- Title is provided by Xavier Courouble, FSg Archives cataloger, based on Roland G. Kent's publication, "Old Persian. Grammar, Texts, Lexicon. 2nd Revised Edition. American Oriental Society, Vol. 33. American Oriental Society, New Haven, Connecticut, 1953," and Joseph Upton's Catalogue of the Herzfeld Archive."
Summary:
- Original handwritten annotation reads, "."
- Information from Roland G. Kent's 1953 publication reads, "DPg = Darius, Persepolis G: Akkadian, 24 lines, on the south retaining wall of the palace."
- Additional information from Joseph Upton's Finding Aid reads, "Squeeze No. 77. Persepolis, Great Terrace inscription. Babylonian text, 67a."
- Additional information from Corpus Inscriptionum Iranicarum; Part I, Inscriptions of Ancient Iran; Vol. I, The Old Persian Inscriptions reads, "The architectural activities in Persepolis started soon after 519 B.C. ...and continued until Alexander's arrival in 330 B.C.. The structures -and hence the cuneiform inscriptions- of Persepolis were thus created in the space of nearly two hundred years. The original approach to the Persepolis platform was from the south, but Xerxes blocked that entry when he finished the north-western stairway. Not far from the original southern stairway, Darius the Great had carved, on a single block, four cuneiform texts (DPd and DPe in Old Persian, DPf in Elamite, and DPg in Babylonian). These serve as the 'foundation inscriptions' of Persepolis." [Corpus Inscriptionum Iranicarum; Part I, Inscriptions of Ancient Iran; Vol. I, The Old Persian Inscriptions; Portfolio I: Plates i-xlviii. Old Persian Inscriptions of the Persepolis platform. Edited by A. Shapur Shahbazi. Published by Lund Humphries, London, 1985. Pp.15-16."]
- Additional information from staff reads, "Squeeze No. 77: 67a, lines 1-7, top left and center edge."
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The Ernst Herzfeld papers. Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery Archives. Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C
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Excavation of Persepolis (Iran): Squeeze of "Foundation Inscriptions," DPg, Akkadian Version, Inscribed on Southern Terrace Wall

Creator:
Herzfeld, Ernst 1879-1948
Subject:
Herzfeld, Ernst 1879-1948
Physical description:
1 paper squeeze : b&w ; 21 in.x 36 in. (53.2 cm. x 91.4 cm.)
Type:
Paper Squeezes
Place:
Iran, Fars, Takht-e Jamshid, Southern Terrace Wall
Asia
Iran
Persepolis (Iran)
Date:
1923-1934
Topic:
Ancient Near Eastern Art
Achaemenian inscriptions
Architecture
Cuneiform inscriptions
Cuneiform inscriptions, Akkadian
Excavations (Archaeology)
Inscriptions
Local number:
FSA A.6 06.C079
Notes:
- Title is provided by Xavier Courouble, FSg Archives cataloger, based on Roland G. Kent's publication, "Old Persian. Grammar, Texts, Lexicon. 2nd Revised Edition. American Oriental Society, Vol. 33. American Oriental Society, New Haven, Connecticut, 1953," and Joseph Upton's Catalogue of the Herzfeld Archive."
Summary:
- Original handwritten annotation reads, "."
- Information from Roland G. Kent's 1953 publication reads, "DPg = Darius, Persepolis G: Akkadian, 24 lines, on the south retaining wall of the palace."
- Additional information from Joseph Upton's Finding Aid reads, "Squeeze No. 79. Persepolis, Great Terrace inscription. Babylonian text, 67c."
- Additional information from Corpus Inscriptionum Iranicarum; Part I, Inscriptions of Ancient Iran; Vol. I, The Old Persian Inscriptions reads, "The architectural activities in Persepolis started soon after 519 B.C. ...and continued until Alexander's arrival in 330 B.C.. The structures -and hence the cuneiform inscriptions- of Persepolis were thus created in the space of nearly two hundred years. The original approach to the Persepolis platform was from the south, but Xerxes blocked that entry when he finished the north-western stairway. Not far from the original southern stairway, Darius the Great had carved, on a single block, four cuneiform texts (DPd and DPe in Old Persian, DPf in Elamite, and DPg in Babylonian). These serve as the 'foundation inscriptions' of Persepolis." [Corpus Inscriptionum Iranicarum; Part I, Inscriptions of Ancient Iran; Vol. I, The Old Persian Inscriptions; Portfolio I: Plates i-xlviii. Old Persian Inscriptions of the Persepolis platform. Edited by A. Shapur Shahbazi. Published by Lund Humphries, London, 1985. Pp.15-16."]
- Additional information from staff reads, "Squeeze No. 79: 67c, lines 1-6, top right edge."
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The Ernst Herzfeld papers. Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery Archives. Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C
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Excavation of Persepolis (Iran): Squeeze of "Foundation Inscriptions," DPg, Akkadian Version, Inscribed on Southern Terrace Wall

Creator:
Herzfeld, Ernst 1879-1948
Subject:
Herzfeld, Ernst 1879-1948
Physical description:
1 paper squeeze : b&w ; 21 in.x 36 in. (53.2 cm. x 91.4 cm.)
Type:
Paper Squeezes
Place:
Iran, Fars, Takht-e Jamshid, Southern Terrace Wall
Asia
Iran
Persepolis (Iran)
Date:
1923-1934
Topic:
Ancient Near Eastern Art
Achaemenian inscriptions
Architecture
Cuneiform inscriptions
Cuneiform inscriptions, Akkadian
Excavations (Archaeology)
Inscriptions
Local number:
FSA A.6 06.C081
Notes:
- Title is provided by Xavier Courouble, FSg Archives cataloger, based on Roland G. Kent's publication, "Old Persian. Grammar, Texts, Lexicon. 2nd Revised Edition. American Oriental Society, Vol. 33. American Oriental Society, New Haven, Connecticut, 1953," and Joseph Upton's Catalogue of the Herzfeld Archive."
Summary:
- Original handwritten annotation reads, "."
- Additional information from Roland G. Kent's 1953 publication reads, "DPg = Darius, Persepolis G: Akkadian, 24 lines, on the south retaining wall of the palace."
- Information from Joseph Upton's Finding Aid reads, "Squeeze No. 81. Persepolis, Great Terrace inscription. Babylonian text, 67g."
- Additional information from Corpus Inscriptionum Iranicarum; Part I, Inscriptions of Ancient Iran; Vol. I, The Old Persian Inscriptions reads, "The architectural activities in Persepolis started soon after 519 B.C. ...and continued until Alexander's arrival in 330 B.C.. The structures -and hence the cuneiform inscriptions- of Persepolis were thus created in the space of nearly two hundred years. The original approach to the Persepolis platform was from the south, but Xerxes blocked that entry when he finished the north-western stairway. Not far from the original southern stairway, Darius the Great had carved, on a single block, four cuneiform texts (DPd and DPe in Old Persian, DPf in Elamite, and DPg in Babylonian). These serve as the 'foundation inscriptions' of Persepolis." [Corpus Inscriptionum Iranicarum; Part I, Inscriptions of Ancient Iran; Vol. I, The Old Persian Inscriptions; Portfolio I: Plates i-xlviii. Old Persian Inscriptions of the Persepolis platform. Edited by A. Shapur Shahbazi. Published by Lund Humphries, London, 1985. Pp.15-16."]
- Additional information from staff reads, "Squeeze No. 81: 67g, lines 13-18, center bottom right edge."
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The Ernst Herzfeld papers. Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery Archives. Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C
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Excavation of Persepolis (Iran): Squeeze of "Foundation Inscriptions," DPf, Elamite Version, Inscribed on Southern Terrace Wall

Creator:
Herzfeld, Ernst 1879-1948
Subject:
Herzfeld, Ernst 1879-1948
Physical description:
1 paper squeeze : b&w ; 31 in.x 34 in. (78.8 cm. x 86.4 cm.)
Type:
Paper Squeezes
Place:
Iran, Fars, Takht-e Jamshid, Southern Terrace Wall
Asia
Iran
Persepolis (Iran)
Date:
1923-1934
Topic:
Ancient Near Eastern Art
Achaemenian inscriptions
Architecture
Cuneiform inscriptions
Cuneiform inscriptions, Elamite
Excavations (Archaeology)
Inscriptions
Local number:
FSA A.6 06.C082
Notes:
- Title is provided by Xavier Courouble, FSg Archives cataloger, based on Roland G. Kent's publication, "Old Persian. Grammar, Texts, Lexicon. 2nd Revised Edition. American Oriental Society, Vol. 33. American Oriental Society, New Haven, Connecticut, 1953," and Joseph Upton's Catalogue of the Herzfeld Archive."
Summary:
- Original handwritten annotation reads, "."
- Information from Roland G. Kent's 1953 publication reads, "DPf = Darius, Persepolis F: Elamite, 24 lines, on the south retaining wall of the palace."
- Additional information from Joseph Upton's Finding Aid reads, "Squeeze No. 82. Persepolis, Great Terrace inscription. Elamite text, 68f."
- Additional information from Corpus Inscriptionum Iranicarum; Part I, Inscriptions of Ancient Iran; Vol. I, The Old Persian Inscriptions reads, "The architectural activities in Persepolis started soon after 519 B.C. ...and continued until Alexander's arrival in 330 B.C.. The structures -and hence the cuneiform inscriptions- of Persepolis were thus created in the space of nearly two hundred years. The original approach to the Persepolis platform was from the south, but Xerxes blocked that entry when he finished the north-western stairway. Not far from the original southern stairway, Darius the Great had carved, on a single block, four cuneiform texts (DPd and DPe in Old Persian, DPf in Elamite, and DPg in Babylonian). These serve as the 'foundation inscriptions' of Persepolis." [Corpus Inscriptionum Iranicarum; Part I, Inscriptions of Ancient Iran; Vol. I, The Old Persian Inscriptions; Portfolio I: Plates i-xlviii. Old Persian Inscriptions of the Persepolis platform. Edited by A. Shapur Shahbazi. Published by Lund Humphries, London, 1985. Pp.15-16."]
- Additional information from staff reads, "Squeeze No. 82: 68f, lines 7-15, center right edge."
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The Ernst Herzfeld papers. Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery Archives. Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C
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Ernst Herzfeld Papers 1899-1962
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Excavation of Persepolis (Iran): Squeeze of "Foundation Inscriptions," DPf, Elamite Version, Inscribed on Southern Terrace Wall

Creator:
Herzfeld, Ernst 1879-1948
Subject:
Herzfeld, Ernst 1879-1948
Physical description:
1 paper squeeze : b&w ; 31 in.x 34 in. (78.8 cm. x 86.4 cm.)
Type:
Paper Squeezes
Place:
Iran, Fars, Takht-e Jamshid, Southern Terrace Wall
Asia
Iran
Persepolis (Iran)
Date:
1923-1934
Topic:
Ancient Near Eastern Art
Achaemenian inscriptions
Architecture
Cuneiform inscriptions
Cuneiform inscriptions, Elamite
Excavations (Archaeology)
Inscriptions
Local number:
FSA A.6 06.C084
Notes:
- Title is provided by Xavier Courouble, FSg Archives cataloger, based on Roland G. Kent's publication, "Old Persian. Grammar, Texts, Lexicon. 2nd Revised Edition. American Oriental Society, Vol. 33. American Oriental Society, New Haven, Connecticut, 1953," and Joseph Upton's Catalogue of the Herzfeld Archive."
Summary:
- Original handwritten annotation reads, "."
- Information from Roland G. Kent's 1953 publication reads, "DPf = Darius, Persepolis F: Elamite, 24 lines, on the south retaining wall of the palace."
- Additional information from Joseph Upton's Finding Aid reads, "Squeeze No. 84. Persepolis, Great Terrace inscription. Elamite text, 68c."
- Additional information from Corpus Inscriptionum Iranicarum; Part I, Inscriptions of Ancient Iran; Vol. I, The Old Persian Inscriptions reads, "The architectural activities in Persepolis started soon after 519 B.C. ...and continued until Alexander's arrival in 330 B.C.. The structures -and hence the cuneiform inscriptions- of Persepolis were thus created in the space of nearly two hundred years. The original approach to the Persepolis platform was from the south, but Xerxes blocked that entry when he finished the north-western stairway. Not far from the original southern stairway, Darius the Great had carved, on a single block, four cuneiform texts (DPd and DPe in Old Persian, DPf in Elamite, and DPg in Babylonian). These serve as the 'foundation inscriptions' of Persepolis." [Corpus Inscriptionum Iranicarum; Part I, Inscriptions of Ancient Iran; Vol. I, The Old Persian Inscriptions; Portfolio I: Plates i-xlviii. Old Persian Inscriptions of the Persepolis platform. Edited by A. Shapur Shahbazi. Published by Lund Humphries, London, 1985. Pp.15-16."]
- Additional information from staff reads, "Squeeze No. 84: 68c, lines 7-16, center."
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The Ernst Herzfeld papers. Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery Archives. Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C
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Ernst Herzfeld Papers 1899-1962
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Excavation of Persepolis (Iran): Squeeze of "Foundation Inscriptions," DPf, Elamite Version, Inscribed on Southern Terrace Wall

Creator:
Herzfeld, Ernst 1879-1948
Subject:
Herzfeld, Ernst 1879-1948
Physical description:
1 paper squeeze : b&w ; 20 in.x 31 in. (50.8 cm. x 78.8 cm.)
Type:
Paper Squeezes
Place:
Iran, Fars, Takht-e Jamshid, Southern Terrace Wall
Asia
Iran
Persepolis (Iran)
Date:
1923-1934
Topic:
Ancient Near Eastern Art
Achaemenian inscriptions
Architecture
Cuneiform inscriptions
Cuneiform inscriptions, Elamite
Excavations (Archaeology)
Inscriptions
Local number:
FSA A.6 06.C086
Notes:
- Title is provided by Xavier Courouble, FSg Archives cataloger, based on Roland G. Kent's publication, "Old Persian. Grammar, Texts, Lexicon. 2nd Revised Edition. American Oriental Society, Vol. 33. American Oriental Society, New Haven, Connecticut, 1953," and Joseph Upton's Catalogue of the Herzfeld Archive."
Summary:
- Original handwritten annotation reads, "."
- Information from Roland G. Kent's 1953 publication reads, "DPf = Darius, Persepolis F: Elamite, 24 lines, on the south retaining wall of the palace."
- Additional information from Joseph Upton's Finding Aid reads, "Squeeze No. 86. Persepolis, Great Terrace inscription. Elamite text, 68a."
- Additional information from Corpus Inscriptionum Iranicarum; Part I, Inscriptions of Ancient Iran; Vol. I, The Old Persian Inscriptions reads, "The architectural activities in Persepolis started soon after 519 B.C. ...and continued until Alexander's arrival in 330 B.C.. The structures -and hence the cuneiform inscriptions- of Persepolis were thus created in the space of nearly two hundred years. The original approach to the Persepolis platform was from the south, but Xerxes blocked that entry when he finished the north-western stairway. Not far from the original southern stairway, Darius the Great had carved, on a single block, four cuneiform texts (DPd and DPe in Old Persian, DPf in Elamite, and DPg in Babylonian). These serve as the 'foundation inscriptions' of Persepolis." [Corpus Inscriptionum Iranicarum; Part I, Inscriptions of Ancient Iran; Vol. I, The Old Persian Inscriptions; Portfolio I: Plates i-xlviii. Old Persian Inscriptions of the Persepolis platform. Edited by A. Shapur Shahbazi. Published by Lund Humphries, London, 1985. Pp.15-16."]
- Additional information from staff reads, "Squeeze No. 86: 68a, lines 1-6, top right edge."
Cite as:
The Ernst Herzfeld papers. Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery Archives. Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C
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Ernst Herzfeld Papers 1899-1962
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Excavation of Persepolis (Iran): Squeeze of "Foundation Inscriptions," DPd, Old Persian Version, Inscribed on Southern Terrace Wall

Creator:
Herzfeld, Ernst 1879-1948
Subject:
Herzfeld, Ernst 1879-1948
Physical description:
1 paper squeeze : b&w ; 35 in.x 38 in. (88.9 cm. x 96.5 cm.)
Type:
Paper Squeezes
Place:
Iran, Fars, Takht-e Jamshid, Southern Terrace Wall
Asia
Iran
Persepolis (Iran)
Date:
1923-1934
Topic:
Ancient Near Eastern Art
Achaemenian inscriptions
Architecture
Cuneiform inscriptions
Old Persian inscriptions
Excavations (Archaeology)
Inscriptions
Local number:
FSA A.6 06.C061
Notes:
- Title is provided by Xavier Courouble, FSg Archives cataloger, based on Roland G. Kent's publication, "Old Persian. Grammar, Texts, Lexicon. 2nd Revised Edition. American Oriental Society, Vol. 33. American Oriental Society, New Haven, Connecticut, 1953," and Joseph Upton's Catalogue of the Herzfeld Archive."
Summary:
- Original handwritten annotation reads, "."
- Information from Roland G. Kent's 1953 publication reads, "DPd = Darius, Persepolis D: Old Persian only, 24 lines, on the south retaining wall of the palace."
- Additional information from Joseph Upton's Finding Aid reads, "Squeeze No. 61. Persepolis, Great Terrace inscription. Old Persian text, 69e."
- Additional information from Corpus Inscriptionum Iranicarum; Part I, Inscriptions of Ancient Iran; Vol. I, The Old Persian Inscriptions reads, "The architectural activities in Persepolis started soon after 519 B.C. ...and continued until Alexander's arrival in 330 B.C.. The structures -and hence the cuneiform inscriptions- of Persepolis were thus created in the space of nearly two hundred years. The original approach to the Persepolis platform was from the south, but Xerxes blocked that entry when he finished the north-western stairway. Not far from the original southern stairway, Darius the Great had carved, on a single block, four cuneiform texts (DPd and DPe in Old Persian, DPf in Elamite, and DPg in Babylonian). These serve as the 'foundation inscriptions' of Persepolis." [Corpus Inscriptionum Iranicarum; Part I, Inscriptions of Ancient Iran; Vol. I, The Old Persian Inscriptions; Portfolio I: Plates i-xlviii. Old Persian Inscriptions of the Persepolis platform. Edited by A. Shapur Shahbazi. Published by Lund Humphries, London, 1985. Pp.15-16."]
- Additional information from staff reads, "Squeeze No. 61: 69e, lines 15-24, bottom right edge."
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Ernst Herzfeld Papers 1899-1962
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