Details of history facts of the Achaemenid Empire/women's special standing in Persepolis tablets
The tablets were written in Persepolis and its treasury, the Achaemenid (Persian), and the Achaemenid, Farsi, and even Friamji-e-Aramaic line, including small-scale information.
This information is important that unlike the inscriptions of the Achaemenid kings in which we are aware of the Satrapi and victories of the monarchs, we are informed of the daily life of the Persepolis staff and the financial and administrative issues of the Empire.
Also, contrary to the inscriptions of the Shahi, in which the great view was written to win the effects of kings, these tablets tell the facts of the Empire's history details even about women.
Most of these tablets have been based, but the shape of these tablets are varied and appropriate to their inscription. Most of these language tablets are shaped and less in bed and large flat tablets include newspapers or reports of payments in a city or location.
The labels had short and tapered text and were connected to the goods, and the letters also wrote that the author, the winner, and the recipient's letter and their scrolls were also written mainly in all aspects and even sides.
Payment report, ration or wage, remuneration, travel permits, wages, travel report, passenger employees, letters, matters related to celebrations, bills, prices, sentences and communicated, transfer receipts and accommodation, stored goods, tax receipts and social affairs and daily life are the issues and matters in Persepolis tablets They are looking at the details of the Achaemenid history, and they have also been brought to the Treasury of this paid silver.
In Persepolis, most tablets include wages and ration, administrative and financial documents, taxation, storage, transportation, and payments, and in fact, they are determined by what side of what is the reason why sexual ration or wages are received. Has.
Goods that were paid in the form of wages or remuneration include raw materials, grain (wheat and barley), all kinds of fruit, oil, flour, bread or animals such as cattle and sheep, and these payments were carried out daily, monthly or yearly.
Even the mothers who worked in Persepolis were rewarded after being a child, the reward was different from the gender of the boy or girl.
The Achaemenid tablets were also obtained in other areas such as Balkh and Mesopotamia. A variety of topics are mentioned in the Achaemenid Tablets of Iraq (ancient Mesopotamia), mainly written to Akkadian.
In Babol, the tablets include the purchase contract of land and house, letters, promissory notes, loans, rent, tax, taxation, issues related to the Shahi Palace, and the rest of the empire, in which the names of the Persian and Babylonian people have also been brought.
In other areas of Mesopotamia, it is more relevant to financial and economic issues and people's common affairs. In all the tablets obtained from the various Achaemenid areas of the jobs, such as carpentry, metalgari, carvings, different categories of clerics, accounting, culinary and Mehtari have been brought.
According to the inscription of Persepolis, he was also identified as a travel ration to Susa, Babylon, and other regions of the empire, and even a combined food ration in the stables or when he traveled to tablets.
Also, these inscriptions help the Achaemenid calendar, including the names of months (in ancient Persian and Elamite) and the years to know, the deities who worship, know and learn the weights and values and names of places and individuals.
These tablets were momhor to be used for the work of cylinders and cylindrical seals, and sometimes the inscription of the stamp had to be written to a variety of common lines in the Achaemenid Empire.
Even women in courtier were also stamped and participated in economic affairs, some of which are stamps to the same effect.
With its other Achaemenid tablets in other areas, the diversity of the subjects and the similarity of the Office system in different Satrapi is determined and the return of each tablet is a piece of information that will clarify the Achaemenid history.
۱۷۸۳ from the University of Chicago, the Achaemenid Institute returned to the country and 10 September with the presence of the Minister of Cultural Heritage, tourism and handicrafts in the National museum after 82 years.
* Maryam Dara, assistant professor of linguistics