Persépolis, ¿arquitectura celestial o terrenal?
García Sánchez, Manel (Universidad de Valencia)

Data: 2008
Resum: Persepolis, one of the Achaemenid empire capitals has been seen as a secret and ritual city, designed for the celebration of the Zoroastrian New Year Festival or Now Ruz on the vernal equinox. The silence of the classic authors, of the biblical books and the ancient near east tablets, as well as the majestic relieves in which the royal hero fights against bestiaries, which are the symbol of the Evil Spirit, had been used as an evidence to confirm that suggestive hypothesis. Nevertheless, if we interpret the Persepolitan iconography in the light of what we know about the religion and the ideology of the Achaemenids and if we do not find dark means in the silences of the sources, we find that the design of the city responds more to a political, ideological and earthly functionality th an a wish of reflecting a celestial architecture.
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Llengua: Castellà
Document: article ; recerca ; publishedVersion
Publicat a: Historiae, Núm. 5 (2008) , p. 11-25, ISSN 1697-5456

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