Drakht-i Asurig


Drakht-i Asurig

Drakht-i Asurig is a Parthian language poem[1] from the Arscacid era.

The poem is framed as a dialogue between a goat and a palm tree. It is one of the oldest existing texts in Arscacid Middle Persian, and of the few remaining examples of the Parthian language.

References

  1. ^ Ahmad TAFAŻŻOLĪ, DRAXTĪĀSŪRĪG (The Babylonian tree), Encyclopedia Iranica.

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