Bio: Daryoosh Akbarzadeh is an academic researcher. The author has contributed to research in topics: China & Cultural relations. The author has an hindex of 1, co-authored 2 publications receiving 1 citations.
TL;DR: The influence of Sasanian heritage is confirmed by scholarly work and research in Japan (Nara) and Silla (Korea) (Akbarzadeh: 2013, 226) as discussed by the authors.
Abstract: is a well-known name in eastern texts which is translated as “Parthian,” who were on the other end of the Silk Road, the gateway where different cultures met with each other. The Sogdians who were famous traders of the Silk Road played an important role between eastern and western Asia (Vaissiere: 2005, 97). They brought Iranian cultural heritage to China and its surrounding regions. In the Sasanian period (224 - 651 AD) is another important period for cultural relations between Iran and China. Various Sasanian cultural artifacts, such musical instruments, glassware, inscriptions and painting are found in China (An: 2010, 1).The influence of Sasanian heritage is confirmed by scholarly work and research in Japan (Nara) and Silla (Korea) (Akbarzadeh: 2013, 226). Medieval Muslim scholars have also provided important information on the Silk Road, the trade networks and religious relations between Iran and China (Daryaee: 2010, 404). There are different and unique data to be found in the reports of these Medieval Persian authors which are less studied or noticed. It is important to note that some of these reports are comparable with pre-Islamic texts.
TL;DR: The Kush-nameh mentions Frwm, which is located to the north (west)of Iran, as a Chinese toponym and isgenerally rendered hrwm in Middle Persian.
Abstract: The Kush-nameh, one of the most famous Islamic epic texts, dealingwith the historical relations between Iran and Silla, was written by the great Iranianscholar Iran-Shan ibn Abal-khayr in 501-04 Hegira (1108-11 AD). References tothe Kush-nameh and to Kush are known from other Islamic writings.The Kush-nameh mentions Frwm, which is located to the north (west)of Iran, as a Chinese toponym. The term derives from Parthian frwm and isgenerally rendered hrwm in Middle Persian. Farvaneh, the designation of thecity built for Kush in the Kush-nameh, may be recognized as a modificationof a Middle Persian
01 Jan 2010