Iran. Persepolis. Palace of Darius I. Relief and cuneiform i
Palace of Darius I (522-486 BC). Reliefs of the outer wall of the staircase of the Apadana depicting In the center, cuneiform inscription describing the construction of a staircase in the Palace of Persepolis by King Artaxerxes III Oco (425-388 BC). On either side are three rows of figures walking to the center. On the left, a man with clothing meda directs each group. On the right, does the same a man with Persian clothing. Persepolis. Copy by the original preserved in their original place (Iran), 1892. British Museum. London. England. United Kingdom.
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IRAN. Persepolis. Apadana or Audience Hall of Darius
IRAN. Persepolis. Apadana or Audience Hall of Darius I. Cort觥 of Babylonians delivering to the king vases full of gold and silver. Decorations of the eastern side of the staircase. Persian art. Achaemenid period. Relief on rock.
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"DARIUS I "the Great" (550 BC-486BC). Persian "
"DARIUS I "the Great" (550 BC-486BC). Persian Emperor (522-486 BC) of the Achaemenid dynasty. Darius the Great sitting on his throne. Persian art. Achaemenid period. Relief on rock. IRAN. Tehran. Archaeological Museum. Proc: IRAN. Persepolis. Apadana or Audience Hall of Darius I.." Date:
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