Yeki bud, yeki nabud
Edited by Naomi F. Miller and Kamyar Abdi
This volume is a collection of essays by colleagues, friends, and students of William M. Sumner in appreciation of his outstanding contribution to Iranian archaeology, especially to our archaeological knowledge of Fars, a center of Iranian civilization.
"This volume is a major contribution to the history (broadly defined) of ancient Iran, a testament to Bill Sumner's wide-ranging influence and the high regard in which he is held by students an colleagues. The twenty-seven articles constitute an eclectic mix, on the surface at lest, but are bound together by the focal point of Sumner's own contributions to the field of Iranian studies."
— Matthew Waters, University of Wisconsin, Eau Claire Journal of the American Oriental Society 125.1 (2005)
“…the first comprehensive publication on Iranian archaeology since Frank Hole’s 1987 collection of articles The Archaeology of Western Iran…this collection of essays is a timely reminder of the present state and requirements of Iranian archaeology.”
– Gabriele Puschnigg, Journal of Field Archaeology 2002-2004(29):245-246.
Subjects: Iranian Archaeology
Publication Date: 2003
Series: Monograph 48
Publisher: Cotsen Institute of Archaeology
Price: US $19.98