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Kurangun Rock Relief

Related to Mamasani city (located in Fars province)
Kurangun Relief is located in Fars Province of Iran and is a site of an Elamite rock reliefs. The bas-relief is important since it is the only Elamite bas-relief bearing images of the Elamite deities. The antiquity of these monuments dates back to the 3rd century BC. This relief shows a God with horned crown sitting on a throne. Behind him sits a goddess ...
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Kurangun Rock Relief (Inscriptions)
The central scene is a classification of around 1700 v. Chr. Considered. The flanking reliefs date, however, probably more than 1,000 years later, in the eighth or seventh century BC. | Copyright: Ernst Herzfeld
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Kurangun Rock Relief (Inscriptions)
The paramapadam in Vaishnavism is depicted with Vishnu (Narayana) sitting on a coiled serpent (Anantha Sesha) along with Goddess Lakshmi, Bhoodevi (Earth) etc and surrounded by other gods, rishis, his devotees.
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Kurangun Rock Relief (Inscriptions)
This relief shows a God with horned crown sitting on a throne. Behind him sits a goddess who is crowned in the same way. Both hold snakes in one hand. | Copyright: Ernst Herzfeld
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Kurangun Rock Relief (Inscriptions)
Kurangun Relief in Fars Province of Iran depictis a God & Goddess seated on a coiled serpent, surrounded by many, similar to Vishnu & Lakshmi in Vaikuntam | Copyright: Ernst Herzfeld
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Kurangun Rock Relief (Inscriptions)
Inschuschinak and napirisha have been proposed, since it is the classic pair of gods in the Elamite pantheon. However, this is a controversy. | Copyright: Ernst Herzfeld
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Kurangun Rock Relief (Inscriptions)
This relief shows a God with horned crown sitting on a throne. Behind him sits a goddess who is crowned in the same way. Both hold snakes in one hand.
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Kurangun Rock Relief (Inscriptions)
Elamite Rock Reliefs Depicting Divine Couple and Worshipers as well as Attendants Wearing Long Pigtails
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Kurangun Rock Relief (Inscriptions)
Elam (/ˈiːləm/) was an ancient civilization centered in the far west and southwest of what is now modern-day Iran, stretching from the lowlands of what is now Khuzestan and Ilam Province as well as a small part of southern Iraq.
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Kurangun Rock Relief (Inscriptions) - Fars Province
This relief shows a God with horned crown sitting on a throne. Behind him sits a goddess who is crowned in the same way. Both hold snakes in one hand.
Nurabad Mamasani Located to the west of Shiraz in Fars Province, it has a rather cold climate in north and warm in the south. In old history books, Mamasani was mentioned as"Shoulestan", derivated from Shoul, which was one of Lur tribes. Nurabad is located 58.7 kilometres ...
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