By Parivash Jamzadeh
Alexander the Great's army crusade to overcome the Achaemenid empire integrated a propaganda crusade to persuade the Iranians his kingship used to be suitable with their non secular and cultural norms. This crusade proved such a success that the overt show of Alexander's Iranian and Zoroastrian personal tastes alienated a few of his Greek and Macedonian allies. Parivash Jamzadeh exhibits how this unique propaganda fabric displayed a number of layers of Iranian affects. also she demonstrates that the studied assets don't continually provide a correct account of the modern Iranian customs, and infrequently integrated historic inaccuracies. the most attention-grabbing reveals during this learn is the confusion of historic resources that arose among the rivals Darius III and Alexander. Jamzadeh argues that the Iranian propaganda concerning Alexander the good has contributed to this confusion.
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116 Plutarch, Themistocles 29. 4; Athenaeus V. 179 b, XII. 545 e; Xenophon, Hellenica IV. 1. 30; Briant 2002, 206, 300, 747. 117 Cf. Briant 2002, 285. 118 Curtius V. III. 12. , V. III. 3 f. the plight of the achaemenid royal women 29 he dispatches thirty men pleading for mercy. 120 Following this failed attempt, for a long time Sisigambis continues to reject the pleas saying that it would be inappropriate for her to intervene and that she would be taking advantage of the conqueror’s indulgence.
22 chapter one you have surpassed so great a king, not in good fortune alone, but also in justice. You indeed call me mother and queen, but I confess that I am your handmaid. I both rise to the greatness of my past rank and I can bear the yoke of my present lot. 79 Thereafter, holding Darius’ son in his arms, he is touched by the boy’s fearless expression, and wishes the same courage for the boy’s father. 80 Darius’ daughters whom he has regarded as his own sisters are also present. 81 In this meeting, the merging of the two identities of Darius and Alexander, on the one hand, and that of Alexander and Hephaestion, on the other hand, is noteworthy.
1. 30; Briant 2002, 206, 300, 747. 117 Cf. Briant 2002, 285. 118 Curtius V. III. 12. , V. III. 3 f. the plight of the achaemenid royal women 29 he dispatches thirty men pleading for mercy. 120 Following this failed attempt, for a long time Sisigambis continues to reject the pleas saying that it would be inappropriate for her to intervene and that she would be taking advantage of the conqueror’s indulgence. Furthermore, she had not forgotten that now she was a prisoner, even if previously she had been a queen.
Alexander Histories and Iranian Reflections: Remnants of Propaganda and Resistance by Parivash Jamzadeh