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The tomb of Darius I.
Detail from the tomb of Darius I.
The tomb of Darius I.
Detail from the tomb of Darius I.
Detail from the tomb of Darius I.
Detail from the tomb of Darius I.
The tomb of Darius I.
Relief depicting the triumph of the Sassanian emperor Shapur I over the Roman emperors Valerian and Philip the Arab.
View of the tomb of Darius the Great, identified by inscriptions.
Rakhsh Kills an Attacking Lion While Rustam Sleeps. From the Shahnama (Book of Kings), ca 1470. Artist: Iranian master
Rustam Kills the Turanian Hero Alkus with his Lance (Manuscript illumination from the epic Shahname by Ferdowsi), c. 1450. Artist: Anonymous
ARTE PERSA. PERIODO SASANIDA. S. III. IRAN. Bajorrelieve que representa a "SHAPUR I VICTORIOSO SEGUIDO POR PRINCIPES NOBLES". NAQS I RUSTAM.
ARTE PERSA-PERIODO SASANIDA. S. III. IRAN. Bajorrelieve de la "INVESTIDURA DE NARSES (rey de Persia, 292-303) POR LA DIOSA ANAHITA". NAQS I RUSTAM. República Islámica de Irán.
ARTE PERSA. PERIODO AQUEMENIDA. S. VI-V aC (S. VI aC-S. V aC). TUMBAS DE LOS REYES DARIO I, JERJES I Y DARIO II. Excavadas en la roca. Necrópolis de Naqsh-e Rostam (alrededores de Persépolis). Actual
ARTAJERJES I Longimano. Rey de Persia (-465a-358). Fué el hijo de Jerjes I y se apoderó del trono en la confusión que siguió al asesinato de su padre y de su hermano mayor. TUMBA DEL REY en NAQS-E RUS