To abandon A А آتش .atish zadan , To set on fire آتش زدن .heat آتش زمزم , atistlisar
, Lustre , elegance , beauty زر .Being dirty ( وسخ itisahl , ( ۲.n.8 of الساخ A , atisi
sard آتش سرد A / atis آتش سم sum , A -atishi Randa , Love . Pensiveness , me آتش
Author: Francis Johnson
That it was not a firetemple I consider certain , from its utter lack of resemblance
to any What Persian fire - altar that exists , either in ruins or figured upon was it ?
coins . What could have been the object of keeping the sacred flame in a prison ...
Author: Marquess George Nathaniel Curzon Curzon of Kedleston
Publisher: London : Longmans, Green
Category: Eastern question (Central Asia)
Thus matters continued until dawn , when the Persian fire having for some half -
hour slackened , it was currently believed that they would make off ; but , to the
joy and surprise of all , as the morning mist cleared away , their army was
Author: George Henry Hunt
In fact , and presumably from necessity , all the old holders of Adarān and
Varahrām fires which survive in Persian fire - temples are of finely - plastered clay
, round or octagonal in shape , with one exception only , namely the fireholder in
Author: Jes Peter Asmussen
In this article Oelmann aprecognized in the ground plan given in Stein , Inner -
proached for the first time a solution of the Persian fire most Asia , Pl . 53 , and it
is described p . 912 . temple problem . 2 Ainsworth , Notes of an excursion to Ka ...
Author: Arthur Upham Pope
Category: Architecture, Iranian
Fire phy , but more especially the introduction of Chriswas regarded as the
omnipotent organ of the Divine tianity , which ... The had its origin among the
Teutonic tribes in the plains Ethiopians revered the Persian fire - god as their old
of Upper ...
Author: Rev. James Gardner
That the device is really a specifically Persian fire - altar admits of no dispute , as
all authorities have equally recognized it to be such . Professi , Rapson writing in
the journal of the Royal Asiatic Society for January 1901 , published a seal as ...
Author: Archæological Survey of India
The city was blockaded , siege works were set up and a determined assault
brought the defenders to the verge of capitulation , when a fire at night a long way
off was interpreted by both sides as a fire - signal indicating the approach of the ...
Category: History, Ancient
16 ; negotiates unsuccessfully with Chosroes , I . xxi . 1 ; accompanies the army
of Sittas as ambassador , I . xxi . 10 , 23 ; ambassador to Chos . roes with Rufinus
, l . xxii . 16 lestia , i . e . Vesta , identified with the Persian fire - divinity , II . xxiv .
Category: Byzantine Empire
In the Persian sphere , taking both the Sasanian suggested may indeed coincide
with the artists ' own and medieval ... In a suggestive link with the Mediterranean
Fire - making in Persia and Mesopotamia during the material , the figure is ...
Author: Robert Hillenbrand
Category: Art, Islamic
Curzon G. N. Curzon , Persia and the Persian Question 11 ( 1892 ) . ... Goldman
B. Goldman , Persian Fire ... Rent R. G. Kent , Old Persian ( 1954 ) . ker Porter R.
Ker Porter , Travels in Georgia , Persia , Armenia , Ancient Babylonia I ( 1821 ) .
Category: Classical antiquities
16 lestia , i.e. Vesta , identified with the Persian fire - divinity , II . xxiv . 2
Hierapolis , city on the Euphrates , 1. xiii . 11 , xvii . 22 ; distance from Beroea and
Antioch , 11 . vii . 2 ; Bouzes and the Roman army stationed there , II . vi . 2 ;
16 Hestia, i.e. Vesta, identified with the Persian fire-divinity, II. xxiv. 2 Hierapolis,
city on the Euphrates, I. xiii. 11, xvii. 22; distance from Beroea and Antioch, II. vii.
2 ; Bonzes and the Roman army stationed there, ir. vi. 2 ; suggested plan for its ...