Adrian David Hugh Bivar

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Adrian David Hugh Bivar (abbreviated A.D.H. Bivar) is an Emeritus Professor of Iranian Studies at the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London.[1] As a numismatist and archaeologist, he specializes in Sasanian seals and rock–reliefs, Kushano-Sasanian coins and chronology, Mithraic iconography, Arsacid history and pre-Islamic folklore.[2] His written works include book chapters written for The Cambridge History of Iran (1983).

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  1. ^ EnWiki.NET - Encyclopaedia Britannica Ultimate (2010). Adrian David Hugh Bivar. Retrieved on 2010-04-17.
  2. ^ Encyclopaedia Iranica (2010). Iranian Studies in Britain, Pre-Islamic. Retrieved on 2010-04-17.