Tourist Attraction

Elamite Period Embossed Inscriptions, Seteloo Village

in Laar city | Tehran province
Tourist Attraction

Elamite Period Embossed Inscriptions, Seteloo Village

Related to Laar city (located in Tehran province)
In the Saravan Mountains and on top of a hill by the river, there exists a few carvings that belong to the Elamite (Ilami) period. The same shows two symbolic figures: A man and a woman, each with a pair of horns on their head. A man is sitting on a throne, on which a snake has coiled. He is holding the head of snake. This man is offering the “water of life” to another man who is sitting next to him. Three people are standing to their right side, and two to their left, with long robes. A group of 27 people, with short robes are standing in front of them observing them obediently.
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