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[This book contains articles concerning relationship between the ‘imperial’ culture of the Achaemenids and local traditions, including a publication of the unique painting from Tatarlı in Western Anatolia and the results of recent excavations in the Southern Caucasus and Iran. Originally published as issue 3-4 of Volume 13 (2007) of Brill's journal Ancient Civilizations from Scythia to Siberia. For more details on this journal, please click here., This book contains articles concerning relationship between the ‘imperial’ culture of the Achaemenids and local traditions, including a publication of the unique painting from Tatarlı in Western Anatolia and the results of recent excavations in the Southern Caucasus and Iran. Originally published as issue 3-4 of Volume 13 (2007) of Brill's journal Ancient Civilizations from Scythia to Siberia. For more details on this journal, please click here.]

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