Also known as: Dokan'e Davoud Tomb, Dokan-e Davood catacomb, Goordakhmeye Dokkan Davoud, Dukkan-e Daud tomb relief
Dokan-e-Davood Tomb (Goordakhmeh Dokan'e Davoud) is a crypt in the breast of a mountain, and is located 3km to the south east of Sarpol Zahab (Sar Pol-e-Zahab). This Engraving/Catacomb reveals the face of a man, with a date leaf in his hands, probably in a state of worship. This crypt and its epigraph is related to the Medes.
The township of Sar Pol-e-Zahab is located in the west of the province and is limited to Iraq from its western borders. Its climate is warm but in some parts temperate. This city is located at the distance of 665 km. from Tehran. Sar Pol-e-Zahab is near the ruins of the ...
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