Relief depicting the crowning ceremony of Ardasir I and his son Shapur I. - stock photo
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Relief depicting the crowning ceremony of Ardasir I and his son Shapur I.

Relief depicting the crowning ceremony of Ardasir I and his son Shapur I. Ardashir and Shapur are holding the ribboned royal ring. Behind Ardashir stands the Zoroastrian god Ahura Mazda, holding the "barsom" symbol of priesthood and offering his protection. Both kings stand on the body of their fallen enemy, the king of Parthia Artabanus IV. Country of Origin: Iran. Culture: Sassanid. Date/Period: 226 - 241 . Place of Origin: Taq-e Bostan. Credit Line: Werner Forman Archive

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Heritage Images / Werner Forman Archive 2

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2717 x 3691 pixels

Print Size @ 300 dpi
9 x 12 inches / 23 x 31 cm

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