IBNA- Appreciating her lifetime research on Iranian ancient history, Polish archaeologist Professor Barbara Kaim will be honored at a ceremony in University of Tehran, Faculty of Literature and Humanities tomorrow.
According to IBNA correspondent, a full professor of University of Warsaw, Institute of Archaeology, Kaim has extensively contributed to research on Iranian ancient history particularly architecture during Sassanid dynasty, ideology in Iranian art, and history of central Asia. She has been the head of the Polish Archaeological Mission in Iran and Central Asia.
Her articles on Iranian archaeology include:
[With Hassan Hashemi], Khone-ye Div. Preliminary Report on the first season of Irano-Polish excavation, Polish Archaeology in the Mediterranean, XIX, 2010, pp. 603-611.
The Temples of Estakhr, Bāstānpazhuhi, vol. 3, No. 5, 2008 (2009), pp. 6-9.
Polish Archaeologists in Iran. A Brief History of the Short but Fruitful Presence, in: Poland and Persia. Pages from the history of Polish-Persian relations, Teheran 2009, pp. 48-55.
Investiture or Mithra, Towards a New Interpretation of so Called Investiture Scenes in Parthian and Sasanian Art, Iranica Antiqua 44, 2009, pp. 403-415.
[With Ali Asadi], The Achaemenid Building at Site 64 in Tang-e Bulaghi, Achaemenid Research on Texts and Archaeology 3, 2009, PDF, 20 p.
The honoring ceremony will be attended by scholars: Maciej Falkowski, Jaleh Amouzgar, Roozbeh Zarrinkoob, David Meier, Meysam Labbaf, Anahita Shahrokhi, Ali-Reza Dowlatshahi, Ali Shahidi on Sunday at 3 p.m.