Biografia dell'autorePaola Giovetti, nata a Firenze, risiede a Modena. Laureata in Lettere, scrittrice e giornalista specializzata nel campo della ricerca di confine, della parapsicologia, della mistica, della spiritualitа. Ha pubblicato una trentina di saggi sulle tematiche sopracitate, dei quali parecchi sono stati tradotti anche all'estero.Collabora a testate nazionali (periodici Rizzoli, il mensile Astra e il settimanale Visto) e al mensile Il Giornale dei Misteri.E' redattrice della rivista trimestrale Luce e Ombra, los angeles piщ antica rivista italiana di parapsicologia e problemi connessi (и nata nel 1900), organo della Fondazione Biblioteca Bozzano-De Boni di Bologna, l. a. maggior biblioteca specializzata d’Italia. Di story Fondazione Paola Giovetti и vicepresidente.. .com eighty five
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60 CentAsiaIII-Chap02 60 23/11/96, 12:42 Sasanian Iran – economy, society, arts and crafts represented by the palace of Aiwan-i Karkha near Susa, built under Kavad I (488–531). 82 Palace interiors were embellished with paintings (only small fragments of which have survived) and with plaster panels decorated with animal images or ornamentation. Palaces invariably had gardens and parks, for which special irrigation canals were dug. The monumental architecture of the rule of Khusrau II (590–628) differs considerably from everything built earlier.
3). 55 CentAsiaIII-Chap02 55 23/11/96, 12:42 N. N. Chegini and A. V. Nikitin Sasanian cities and fortifications So far, there has been adequate archaeological investigation of only a small number of the cities of Sasanian Iran: consequently, there are few examples from which to assess the system of urban design. The layout of many of the ancient Parthian cities appears to have survived unchanged into Sasanian times. Late tradition ascribes the founding of a large number of cities to Ardashir I (226–241).
The façade is composed of six rows of blind arches and half-columns. 5 m. 84 Sasanian religious architecture Zoroastrian religious structures of the Sasanian period are of two basic types: isolated square structures with circumambulatory corridors; and open-sided domed pavilions whose cupola stood on squinches resting on pillars at the corners that were linked by arches. Such shrines might serve as the centrepiece of a complex architectural ensemble. An Early Sasanian temple of the first type has been discovered at Bishapur.