Exploring the Historical Persian Empire: Within the Footsteps of Professor Matthew Stolper and the Persepolis Fortification Archive – nailsforus

Professor of Assyriology, Matthew Stolper standing in entrance of the Colossal Bull Capital, from the Viewers Corridor of the Darius I (518-460 BC), Persepolis, Iran. Professor Stolper is likely one of the main authorities on the traditional Persian Empire and has taught, lectured, and written extensively on the social, financial, and political historical past of Persia and the Close to East in 1st Millennium BC, and its bearing on the current day. As well as, Stolper has revealed editions of texts and authored a grammar of Elamite (the executive language of the Persian Empire). Stolper leads a global group of students, researchers, and graduate and undergraduate college students charged with digitizing, deciphering, preserving, and publishing the Persepolis Fortification Archive, roughly 20,000 texts written in Elamite, Aramaic, Previous Persian, and Greek.

Exploring the Historical Persian Empire: Within the Footsteps of Professor Matthew Stolper and the Persepolis Fortification Archive - nailsforusExploring the Historical Persian Empire: Within the Footsteps of Professor Matthew Stolper and the Persepolis Fortification Archive - nailsforusExploring the Historical Persian Empire: Within the Footsteps of Professor Matthew Stolper and the Persepolis Fortification Archive - nailsforus