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Lion Elamite
The New Ilam period is probably the 8th or 7th century BC, discovered in 1904 by Jacques Demorgan, in the southeast of the Inchushinak Temple in Susa. This work is kept in the Louvre Museum. Length: 1 meter 36 cm high and 65 cm high glazed flower. This statue was probably beside the entrance to the temple and has been the symbol of the protection of the temple. According to...
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Khorangan
The Khorangan (Curungon) embossed. The Nangarest is located near the Nurabad Mamasani on a body of one of the mountains called Korangon Mountains, with an altitude of about 100 meters. This prominent role is the worship of a holy couple, and 72 other small and bigger images of worshipers around that have been eroded over time. This work was engraved by the Elamites from the 3,500 to 4,000 years ago...
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Chogha Zanbil
Choghazenbil is the largest and the most famous wibrked left of Ilam and Khuzestan civilization Chogha Zanbil (meaning “overturned hill” in the Lori language) was named Ziggurat and was called “Zagrate” in the ancient Elamite language, located 40 kilometers south-east of Susa. It was built by the great king of the Haggai Dynasty, the Monastery of Gales (Ontash of Napareshia), in 1250 BC. The building initially started with a large...
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Chaharshanbe Suri
The “Sur” celebration has been customery in Persia since the very far past. it is a national and popular celeberation, and the “Chaharshanbe Souri” was named as the forerunner of Nowruz. In ancient Persia, at the end of each month, a celebration was called the Surah. Kindle fire The main element of the ceremony is the element of fire. In different regions of Iran, on the Wednesday night, three clusters...
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