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Guardia persa de Persépolis.

Persepolis Ruins - Bas-relief of the Immortals 2

Faravahar is one of the best-known symbols of Zoroastrianism, the state religion of ancient Iran. This religious-cultural symbol was adapted by the Pahlavi dynasty to represent the Iranian nation.

Gold cup kalardasht - Achaemenid Empire - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

myancientworld: “ Achaemenid golden bowl with lion imagery. The Achaemenid Empire, also known as the First Persian Empire, was founded by Cyrus the Great in who overthrew the Median.

The statue of the Achaemenid king Darius I the Great (r.522-486) was carved in Egypt from greywacke from the quarries of the Wadi Hammamat, but was later erected near the Great Gate of the royal palace in Susa.

The statue of the Achaemenid king Darius I the Great was carved in Egypt from greywacke from the quarries of the Wadi Hammamat, but was later erected near the Great Gate of the royal palace in Susa.

Good Thoughts, Good Words, Good Deeds: There is but One Path, That of Rasti (Truth, Asha)

Pre-Islamic Iran was Zoroastrian for well over years The basic tenants of Zoroastrianism are “good deeds, good thoughts, and good words”. Zoroastrianism was the religion of the three Persian.

Darius

Iran Chamber Society: History of Iran: Darius The Great _ King of Persia B.

The head of god Serapis recovered from the sunken ruins of Cleopatra's palace complex

Marine archaeology has uncovered some unbelievable ancient underwater cities in the last few decades. Who needs Atlantis?

Reconstruction of Persepolis: The East Portal of the Apadana Palace of Darius the Great

A Picture Gallery of The Ancient Persepolis (Parsa) The ceremonial capital of the Achaemenid Persian Empire

Archaeologists said they have discovered pieces of a stone inscription belonging to an ancient Achaemenid emperor in Persepolis in Iran’s Southern province of Fars.   Achaemenid onscription in the National Archaeological Museum, Tehran [Credit: FarsNews] The inscription was unearthed at the Palace of Xerxes King (Khashayar Shah) reigned around 520 BCE.

The Archaeology News Network: Achaemenid inscription found in Iran's Persepolis

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