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Behistun Inscription

Related to Bisotun (Bistoun) city (located in Kermanshah province) and Kermanshah city
The Behistun (also spelt Bisotoun, Bistoon, Bisitun, Bisutun) Historic Site is located in the northwest Iranian province of Kermanshah on a branch of the Aryan Trade Roads (also called the Silk Roads), a portion of which became the Royal Road of Darius I, the Great.

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Behistun Inscription - Kermanshah Province
The text of the inscription is a statement by Darius I of Persia, written three times in three different scripts and languages: two languages side by side, Old Persian and Elamite, and Babylonian above them.
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Behistun Inscription - Kermanshah Province
The text of the inscription is a statement by Darius I of Persia, written three times in three different scripts and languages: two languages side by side, Old Persian and Elamite, and Babylonian above them.
Behistun Inscription,Bisotun,Bistun,Bisutun rock relief,Bagastana,bisoton,bisotoon,نقش برجسته بیستون,کتیبه بیستون,biston,bisoton,کرمانشاه,kermanshah,kermanshahan,کرمانشاهان,اهورامزدا,اهورا مزدا,ahura mazda
Behistun Inscription - Kermanshah Province
The text of the inscription is a statement by Darius I of Persia, written three times in three different scripts and languages: two languages side by side, Old Persian and Elamite, and Babylonian above them. | Copyright: Leen van Dorp
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Behistun Inscription - Kermanshah Province
The inscription was illustrated by a life-sized bas-relief of Darius I, the Great, holding a bow as a sign of kingship, with his left foot on the chest of a figure lying on his back before him.
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Behistun Inscription - Kermanshah Province
The Behistun Inscription is an engraving located on the cliff of Mount Behistun near Kermanshah (said to have had the meaning of "place where the gods dwell" in antiquity).
Behistun Inscription,Bisotun,Bistun,Bisutun rock relief,Bagastana,bisoton,bisotoon,نقش برجسته بیستون,کتیبه بیستون,biston,bisoton,کرمانشاه,kermanshah,kermanshahan,کرمانشاهان,اهورامزدا,اهورا مزدا,ahura mazda
Behistun Inscription - Kermanshah Province
In all the epigraphs of Dariush the Achaemenian begins with the phrase "King Dariush proclaims" and this is repeated throughout his decrees, emphasizing the grandeur and greatness of the power of this monarch.
Behistun Inscription,Bisotun,Bistun,Bisutun rock relief,Bagastana,bisoton,bisotoon,نقش برجسته بیستون,کتیبه بیستون,biston,bisoton,کرمانشاه,kermanshah,kermanshahan,کرمانشاهان,اهورامزدا,اهورا مزدا,ahura mazda
Behistun Inscription - Kermanshah Province
The text of the inscription is a statement by Darius I of Persia, written three times in three different scripts and languages: two languages side by side, Old Persian and Elamite, and Babylonian above them.
Behistun Inscription,Bisotun,Bistun,Bisutun rock relief,Bagastana,bisoton,bisotoon,نقش برجسته بیستون,کتیبه بیستون,biston,bisoton,کرمانشاه,kermanshah,kermanshahan,کرمانشاهان,اهورامزدا,اهورا مزدا,ahura mazda
Behistun Inscription - Kermanshah Province
Bisotoun relates to the war which lasted for two and a half years, between him and his opponents in order to gain power. Encircling the Bistoon impression is an epigraph in three languages, named as, the ancient Parsi, Elamite and a Babylonian dialect.
Behistun Inscription,Bisotun,Bistun,Bisutun rock relief,Bagastana,bisoton,bisotoon,نقش برجسته بیستون,کتیبه بیستون,biston,bisoton,کرمانشاه,kermanshah,kermanshahan,کرمانشاهان,اهورامزدا,اهورا مزدا,ahura mazda
Behistun Inscription - Kermanshah Province
The text of the inscription is a statement by Darius I of Persia, written three times in three different scripts and languages: two languages side by side, Old Persian and Elamite, and Babylonian above them.
Behistun Inscription,Bisotun,Bistun,Bisutun rock relief,Bagastana,bisoton,bisotoon,نقش برجسته بیستون,کتیبه بیستون,biston,bisoton,کرمانشاه,kermanshah,kermanshahan,کرمانشاهان,اهورامزدا,اهورا مزدا,ahura mazda
Behistun Inscription - Kermanshah Province
The text of the inscription is a statement by Darius I of Persia, written three times in three different scripts and languages: two languages side by side, Old Persian and Elamite, and Babylonian above them.
Behistun Inscription,Bisotun,Bistun,Bisutun rock relief,Bagastana,bisoton,bisotoon,نقش برجسته بیستون,کتیبه بیستون,biston,bisoton,کرمانشاه,kermanshah,kermanshahan,کرمانشاهان,اهورامزدا,اهورا مزدا,ahura mazda
Behistun Inscription - Kermanshah Province
The Behistun Inscription is an engraving located on the cliff of Mount Behistun near Kermanshah (said to have had the meaning of "place where the gods dwell" in antiquity).
Behistun Inscription,Bisotun,Bistun,Bisutun rock relief,Bagastana,bisoton,bisotoon,نقش برجسته بیستون,کتیبه بیستون,biston,bisoton,کرمانشاه,kermanshah,kermanshahan,کرمانشاهان,اهورامزدا,اهورا مزدا,ahura mazda
Behistun Inscription - Kermanshah Province
Bisotoun relates to the war which lasted for two and a half years, between him and his opponents in order to gain power. Encircling the Bistoon impression is an epigraph in three languages, named as, the ancient Parsi, Elamite and a Babylonian dialect.
Behistun Inscription,Bisotun,Bistun,Bisutun rock relief,Bagastana,bisoton,bisotoon,نقش برجسته بیستون,کتیبه بیستون,biston,bisoton,کرمانشاه,kermanshah,kermanshahan,کرمانشاهان,اهورامزدا,اهورا مزدا,ahura mazda
Behistun Inscription - Kermanshah Province
In all the epigraphs of Dariush the Achaemenian begins with the phrase "King Dariush proclaims" and this is repeated throughout his decrees, emphasizing the grandeur and greatness of the power of this monarch.
Behistun Inscription,Bisotun,Bistun,Bisutun rock relief,Bagastana,bisoton,bisotoon,نقش برجسته بیستون,کتیبه بیستون,biston,bisoton,کرمانشاه,kermanshah,kermanshahan,کرمانشاهان,اهورامزدا,اهورا مزدا,ahura mazda
Behistun Inscription - Kermanshah Province
The inscription was illustrated by a life-sized bas-relief of Darius I, the Great, holding a bow as a sign of kingship, with his left foot on the chest of a figure lying on his back before him.
Behistun Inscription,Bisotun,Bistun,Bisutun rock relief,Bagastana,bisoton,bisotoon,نقش برجسته بیستون,کتیبه بیستون,biston,bisoton,کرمانشاه,kermanshah,kermanshahan,کرمانشاهان,اهورامزدا,اهورا مزدا,ahura mazda
Behistun Inscription - Kermanshah Province
The text of the inscription is a statement by Darius I of Persia, written three times in three different scripts and languages: two languages side by side, Old Persian and Elamite, and Babylonian above them.
Behistun Inscription,Bisotun,Bistun,Bisutun rock relief,Bagastana,bisoton,bisotoon,نقش برجسته بیستون,کتیبه بیستون,biston,bisoton,کرمانشاه,kermanshah,kermanshahan,کرمانشاهان,اهورامزدا,اهورا مزدا,ahura mazda
Behistun Inscription - Kermanshah Province
A Faravahar floats above, giving its blessing to the king.
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Behistun Inscription - Kermanshah Province
The Behistun Inscription is an engraving located on the cliff of Mount Behistun near Kermanshah (said to have had the meaning of "place where the gods dwell" in antiquity).
Bisotun (Bistoun)
Bisotun is a city in and the capital of Bisotun District, in Harsin County, Kermanshah Province, Iran. At the 2006 census, its population was 2,075, in 527 families. The town is at the foot of Bisotun mountain, the flank of which is the location of an important historical ...
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