Ali Sami Shirazi
Ali Sami Shirazi
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Ali Sami Shirazi (1910 - 1989), Alī Sāmī was an teacher, archaeologist, and author in Iran. He was director of the Scientific Bureau of Persepolis from 1941 until 1961. He led excavations at Persepolis for several seasons. He alsp condicted excavations at Pasagardae.
Sami worked under André Godard and later with Mohammad Taqi Mustafavi, director generals of the Iranian General Office of Archaeology.
His book on Persepolis was translated by R. N. Sharp, and English reverend and "oriental" scholar who spent more tham 3 decades in Persia.
He authored guidebooks on Shiraz and Persepolis.
- Persepolis (Takht-i-Jamshid)
- Pasargadae, the oldest imperial capital of Iran (1956)
- Shiraz : the city of the poets Saʻadi and Háfez, the city of flowers and nightingales (1958)
- Tamaddun-i Sāsānī (1963)
- Mousavi, Ali (April 19, 2012). "Persepolis: Discovery and Afterlife of a World Wonder". Walter de Gruyter – via Google Books.
- N.Y.), Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York; Muscarella, Oscar White (December 28, 1988). "Bronze and Iron: Ancient Near Eastern Artifacts in the Metropolitan Museum of Art". Metropolitan Museum of Art – via Google Books.
- Codella, Kim Christopher (December 28, 2007). "Achaemenid Monumental Gateways at Pasargadae, Susa and Persepolis". University of California, Berkeley – via Google Books.
- Soheil, Mehr Azar (December 7, 2018). "The Concept of Monument in Achaemenid Empire". Routledge – via Google Books.
- "Persepolis – Ali Sami (1954) (1st ed) – GOHD Books".
- Sāmī, ʻAlī (December 28, 1956). "Pasargadae, the oldest imperial capital of Iran,". Musavi Print. Office – via Open WorldCat.
- "Tamaddun-i Sāsānī". December 28, 1963 – via Open WorldCat.
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