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Naqsh-e-rostam

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Tomb of several Achaemenid kings Darius and Xerxes, including the role of Sassanian reliefs of important events such as the coronation of Ardashir and Shapur I’s victory over the Roman Empire, known as the Kaaba of Zoroaster and relief materials Vyranshdhay from the Elamite era is Naqsh-e Rustam

Naqsh-e Rustam lies in the tomb four Achaemenid king. All four way crosses and tombs in the mountains are at a considerable height from the ground

Naqsh-e Rustam ancient times, there are three works:Elamite era from 600 to 2000 BC

Achaemenid era from 600 to 330 BC

Sassanid era relics from the year 224 to 651 AD

Elimination of the Elamite bas-reliefs of Naqsh-e Rostam there are no other role of Bahram II Sassanid Sassanid era carved on it. This role fades composed of two goddess sitting on snakes Chyndar civilian clothing. Temple of the Achaemenid tombs in Naqsh-e Rustam remains

Of the four existing tomb, is the only tomb of Darius inscription. In the upper branches tomb of Darius the Persian dress and bow in his hand standing on a platform three steps and ongoing event. Live image or Ahura Mazda is located at the top of the head and front of him and Darius your hand to mark respect to the captured image

The tomb of Xerxes on the right is the tomb of Darius I and other than the lack of inscriptions and some minor differences in the reliefs, the tomb is quite similar. Of the four Mausoleum, the tomb of Xerxes better than all been preserved

Artaxerxes tomb is located on the left side of the tomb of Darius. Naqsh-e Rustam is the westernmost tip of the tomb of the Achaemenid tomb of Darius II

The square-shaped entrance to the tomb. The doors were locked in ancient times. To do this behind them were two large stone and thus was sealed

The tomb is similar. The only difference is the tomb of Darius the Great in cuneiform inscription and slowly. The inscription, Darius, praise Ahura Mazda and follows his conquests and speaks of his ideas

Interior corridor tomb of Darius the Great, as long as the 72/18 and 70/3 meters wide. 9 sarcophagus in the tomb are carved in stone in a row and Darius the Great, Queen and other relatives belongs

Length, depth and width of this coffin 10/2 × 05/1 × 05/1 mm and thickness (stone) 5/17 cm each. Cover each piece of stone coffin formed