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The faravahar is depicted in the 2nd quarter.

The faravahar is depicted in the 2nd quarter.

The faravahar also appears on the so-called Behistun Inscription, a multilingual inscription and large rock relief near the city of Kermanshah in western Iran, established by Darius I (550–486 BC). Ancient Aliens, Ancient Mysteries, Ancient Artifacts, Ancient Mesopotamia, Ancient Civilizations, Aliens History, History Facts, Nephilim Proof, Ancient Persia

Photographic Print: The Large Bas-Relief and Inscription of Darius the Great, in Behistun, Iran by Babak Tafreshi :

A stone relief of a faravahar on the walls of Persepolis, which was the ceremonial capital of the Achaemenid Empire between the 6th and 4th c. BC. Roman Shades, Iran, Roman Blinds

A stone relief of a faravahar on the walls of Persepolis, which was the ceremonial capital of the Achaemenid Empire between the 6th and 4th c. BC.

The faravahar holds a ring (a symbol of eternity) or branch and extends his other arm to bless. A cylinder seal is of 6th-4th c. BC Achaemenid Persian origin and found near Babylon. Babylon Iraq, Ahura Mazda, Ancient Egypt, Ancient Art, Ancient History, Ancient Persian, Achaemenid, Ancient Near East, Sumerian

Achaemenid Persian Cylinder Seal With Ahura-Mazda, C. BC Found in Hillah, near Babylon, Iraq. This grey-blue chalcedony seal shows the varied foreign influences on the art of the Achaemenid.

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Find BERLIN GERMANY SEP 2 2015 Royal stock images and royalty free photos in HD. Explore millions of stock photos, images, illustrations, and vectors in the Shutterstock creative collection. of new pictures added daily.

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Goddesses standing on lions' heads, on a Syrian golden horse ornament from century bce, inscribed as a gift to prince Azael. Two centuries later, it was offered to Hera in her ancient temple on the island of Samos (off the coast of Turkey).

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Ashurnasipal_with_official - Ashur-nasir-pal II (centre) meets a high official after a successful battle.

The first occurrence of the winged disk in monumental Assyrian art is probably on the 11th c. BC Broken Obelisk (British Museum). If you look carefully, you can see that the winged disk actually has hands and holds a bow and arrows.

The first occurrence of the winged disk in monumental Assyrian art is probably on the 11th c. BC Broken Obelisk (British Museum). If you look carefully, you can see that the winged disk actually has hands and holds a bow and arrows.

The winged sun disk above and on the neck of Apis, who served as an intermediary between humans and Ptah. Ancient Mysteries, Ancient Artifacts, Ancient Egyptian Paintings, Modern Egypt, El Cairo, Ancient Aliens, Ancient Civilizations, Visit Egypt, Ritual Sacrifice

lionofchaeronea: “Ancient Egyptian stele, dedicated by the doorman of Horudja temple in honor of the divine bull Apis. 643 BCE (= Year 21 of Psamtik [Psammetichus] I, first pharaoh of the [Saite] Dynasty). Found at the Serapeum.

In the temple (237-56 BC) in Upper Egypt, the feathered solar disk is flanked by two uraeus snakes. Nearing the end of the Egyptian gods’ hegemony over the region, the feathered sun disk was mostly associated with the assimilated Horus-Behdeti deity.

In the temple (237-56 BC) in Upper Egypt, the feathered solar disk is flanked by two uraeus snakes. Nearing the end of the Egyptian gods’ hegemony over the region, the feathered sun disk was mostly associated with the assimilated Horus-Behdeti deity.

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