Of Temples, Towers, Altars, and Fire Worship: The Ritual Landscape at Persepolis

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Video

Mark Cartwright
by The Metropolitan Museum of Art
published on 07 February 2016
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Join Mark B. Garrison, Alice Pratt Brown Distinguished Professor of Art History, Trinity University, as he discusses the role of fire in Persian religions, including Zoroastrianism. Using glyphs and reliefs from Persepolis, he outlines the role of fire rituals in the ancient world.

This program was made possible by the American Institute of Iranian Studies.

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APA Style

Art, T. M. M. o. (2016, February 07). Of Temples, Towers, Altars, and Fire Worship: The Ritual Landscape at Persepolis. World History Encyclopedia. Retrieved from https://www.worldhistory.org/video/713/of-temples-towers-altars-and-fire-worship-the-ritu/

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Art, The Metropolitan Museum of. "Of Temples, Towers, Altars, and Fire Worship: The Ritual Landscape at Persepolis." World History Encyclopedia. Last modified February 07, 2016. https://www.worldhistory.org/video/713/of-temples-towers-altars-and-fire-worship-the-ritu/.

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Art, The Metropolitan Museum of. "Of Temples, Towers, Altars, and Fire Worship: The Ritual Landscape at Persepolis." World History Encyclopedia. World History Encyclopedia, 07 Feb 2016. Web. 05 Aug 2021.