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Gate of All Nations - Persepolis, Iran

Necropolis, Persepolis, Pasargadae, Caravanserai, Yazd - Iran - WorldNomads.com

Ruins of the Tachara, Persepolis.

Immortals carving, Persepolis (via Wikipedia)

Figure 4 - West stairs, Palace of Xerxes at Persepolis, excavation photograph, 1930s. Courtesy of the Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago

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Ruins of the Western side of the compound at Persepolis.

Persepolis is situated 70 km northeast of the modern city of Shiraz in the Fars Province of modern Iran / The Gate of ...

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Persepolis · Emperor, Iran, Marble, Granite, Marbles

Persepolis stairways Persepolis, IRAN Ancient History, Art History, Asia, Ancient Persian,

Stock Photo - IRAN, Persepolis , Takht-e Jamshid ,The ceremonial capital of the Achaemenid Empire (ca. 550-330 BCE. Shiraz Iran

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Figure 3 - East stairs, Palace of Xerxes at Persepolis, excavation photograph, 1930s. Courtesy of the Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago

... the sale of the Persepolis tablets, currently at the University of Chicago on loan from Iran, and they have filed lawsuits demanding that the archive go ...

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A general view of Persepolis.

The Gate of all Nations (referring to subjects of the First Persian Empire), Persepolis, Iran.

Aerial view of the ruined monuments at Persepolis.

Aerial view of the ruined monuments at Persepolis.

Drawing of Persepolis in 1713 by Gérard Jean-Baptiste.

Sketch of Persepolis from 1704 by Cornelis de Bruijn.

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Ruins of the "Palace of Artaxerxes I", Persepolis. As is typical of Achaemenid cities, Persepolis was built on a (partially) artificial platform.

Built some 2500 years ago by King Darius the Great, Persepolis was known as “the richest city under the sun” and ruled as the capital of the Achaemenid ...

Ruins of the Hall of the Hundred Columns, Persepolis.

General view of the ruins of Persepolis

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Apadana

The Great Double Staircase at Persepolis.

Forgotten Empire Exhibition, the British Museum.

Figure 1. The terrace view includes the Palace of Xerxes, the relatively compact Palace of Darius, the apadana (with the building's relief decorated eastern ...

Drawing of the Tachara by Charles Chipiez.

Objects from Persepolis, kept at the Louvre.

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Gryphon, Persepolis, Iran. Persepolis was the ceremonial capital of the Achaemenid Empire (

Like the apadana, Darius's palace stood on its own separate podium near the western edge of the terrace. An archetype for later royal residences, ...

Persepolis, All Nations gate.

The Gate of All Nation at Persepolis

... and dignitaries (FIGURE 3).

... Treasury (FIGURE 5).

Apadana Palace Reliefs - Persepolis, Iran

A bas-relief at Persepolis, representing a symbol in Zoroastrianism for Nowruz.

Figure 7 - West stairs, Palace of Xerxes at Persepolis, photograph, Stolze and

Gate of Nations Persepolis, IRAN

Photo/Lamassu at the Gate of All Nations at Persepolis

Aerial view of the ruined monuments at Persepolis.

Figure 1 - Bas-relief fragment from Persepolis, front, 5th century BC,

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Figure 5 - Bas-relief fragment from Persepolis, left side, 5th century BC

Figure 2 - Bas-relief fragment from Persepolis, back, 5th century BC,

Persepolis ancient city - UNESCO Sites in Iran

Persian Soldier Faces, a Relief - Persepolis, Iran

Ernst Herzfeld: Archaeologist, art historian, and architect who excavated pre-Islamic and early Islamic sites.

Panoramic view of the ruins of Persepolis, 518-331 BCE (2007

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Persepolis

Figures representing the thirty subject nations (Figure 46) carved ...

Figure 6 - Bas-relief fragment from Persepolis, right side, 5th century BC

... Persepolis, 550 BC, Shiraz, Iran. http://farm7.staticflickr.com/6118/6266118026_357fb1991c_o.jpg

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Tent City after the Iranian Revolution, near Persepolis (2000).

Unimpressed by nature's efforts, the locals created new creatures - strong body of a bull, wings for speed and a human head for wisdom? - Persepolis

A platform was prepared (FIGURE 2) that ...

Persepolis, palace of Darius I.

Persepolis

–2 Figure 1—View of the ruins at Persepolis. Figure 2—Antique

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Luigi Pesce, Mosque of Qom, Iran, c. “

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... the sale of the Persepolis tablets, currently at the University of Chicago on loan from Iran, and they have filed lawsuits demanding that the archive go ...

Details of reliefs, Apadana, Persepolis (2000).

Photo/Ruins of the Gate of All Nations at Persepolis

Perge, colonnaded street, Roman period, with acropolis in background. Figure 86. Persepolis ...

Iran Empire, Shiraz. Genral View of Part of Persepolis

It is interesting to compare it with the Schmidt photograph taken while the project was underway:

Iran Cases Move Forward in First Circuit and U.S. Supreme Court

Despite all oppositions made by Iran regarding the sale of the head of the Achaemenid soldier, it has been sold in Christie's ...

Projectors installed for the 2500-year Celebrations, Persepolis, 1971 (2007

Persepolis is one of the ancient capitals of Persia, established by Darius I the Great in the late 6th century BC. Its ruins lie 56km northeast of Shiraz.

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