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Intangible Spirits and Graven Images: The Iconography of Deities in the Pre-Islamic Iranian World , written by Michael Shenkar

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Affiliations: 1: University of Zurich christoph.uehlinger@uzh.ch

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1. Aktor Mikael, Milette Gaifman 2017"“Exploring Aniconism”" Religion Vol 47 3 335 519 [Crossref]
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4. Seckel Dietrich 2004 Before and Beyond the Image: Aniconic Symbolism in Buddhist Art Artibus Asiae Supplement 45 Zürich Artibus Asiae Publishers
5. Shenkar Michael 2015a"“Aspects of Iconography of Ahura Mazdā: Origins and Significance”" Farridnejad Shervin, Gyselen Rika, Joisten-Pruschke Anke Faszination Iran: Beiträge zur Religion, Geschichte, und Kunst des Alten Iran: Gedenkschrift für Klaus Schippmann Göttinger Orientforschungen, III. Reihe: Iranica, Neue Folge 13 Wiesbaden Harrassowitz 189 232
6. Shenkar Michael 2015b"“Rethinking Sasanian Iconoclasm”" Journal of the American Oriental Society Vol 135 3 471 498 [Crossref]
7. Uehlinger Christoph 2015"“Approaches to Visual Culture and Religion: Disciplinary Trajectories, Interdisciplinary Connections, and Some Conditions for Further Progress”" Method & Theory in the Study of Religion Vol 27 4 5 384 422 [Crossref]
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2017-11-24
2018-06-24

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