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Pantea Arteshbod was a Persian commander during the reign of Cyrus the Great (559 - 529 B.C.E.). She was the wife of General Aryasb (Achaemenid Arteshbod).  Pantea and General Aryasb were the commanders of the elite force of Persian soldiers who performed the dual roles of both Imperial Guard and standing army during the Persian Empire's expansion.  The name “Pantea” means: “Strong and immortal.”

Pantea Arteshbod was a Persian commander during the reign of Cyrus the Great…

Behistun Relief in Iran. It shows Darius I standing on the chest of a person (possibly the usurper, Smerdis). The men to the right are wearing chains and represent his conquered people. The inscription is written in three different languages, including Old Persian and was instrumental in later deciphering of ancient languages.

Behistun Relief in Iran. It shows Darius I standing on the chest of a person (possibly the usurper, Smerdis). The men to the right are wearing chains and represent his conquered people. The inscription is written in three different languages, including Old Persian and was instrumental in later deciphering of ancient languages.

Gobekli-Tepe. The worlds oldest monolithic structure. Over 7000 yrs. older than the Great Pyramid of Giza and Stonehenge. Built around 10,000 bce in an era known as PPN(pre-pottery neolithic)A It predates metallurgy, pottery, and the agricultural revolution. Meaning this was built when the worlds population was still hunter-gatherer tribes. There is no evidence of occupancy, only religious practices. Making this the worlds first man-made monument to some celestial being or belief.

Dated to - millennia cal BC, the remarkable Pre-Pottery Neolithic site of Göbekli Tepe (Urfa Region, SE Turkey) is interpreted by many as the world’s oldest temple complex

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Cult Of The Ancient Gods Liked · 15 hours ago The Behistun Inscription is a multi-lingual inscription located on Mount Behistun in the Kermanshah Province of Iran, near the city of Kermanshah in western Iran.

Tomb of Darius l the Great, reign 521-486 BCE. The Achaemenid dynasty or  the Persian Empire (not the same lineage as Islamic Persia) extended from Egypt in the west to the Indus River in the east. The Royal Road connected 111 stations to each other. The major satrapies or provinces of his Empire were connected to the center at Persepolis, in the Fars Province of present-day Iran.

Tomb of Darius l the Great, reign BCE. The Achaemenid dynasty or the Persian Empire (not the same lineage as Islamic Persia) extended from Egypt in the west to the Indus River in the east. The Royal Road connected 111 stations to each other.

Mithra- pre-Zoroastrian divinity that was the god that ensured contracts and promises were kept binding. As this divinity stood for good, Zoroastrianism incorporated him as an angel in the religion's divine hierarchy, with Ahura Mazda, Lord Wisdom, as the only uncreated Creator God. Interesting that the surviving Zoroastrians use this rock carving as the inspiration to portray a stylised picture of  their prophet Zarathushtra, founder of the world's first monotheistic religion.

Mithra is the Zoroastrian divinity (yazata) of covenant and oath. In addition to being the divinity of contracts, Mithra is also a judicial figure, an all-seeing protector of Truth, and the guardian of cattle, the harvest and of The Waters.

While digging to put in electrical wires near Bulgaria’s Black Sea resort, a lost civilization was found that predates most well known civilizations in Egypt, Mesopotamia. This was a grave found dating to 5000 BC. The gold artefacts were older and richer than any others ever discovered anywhere. Read more about it

Varna Necropolis, 4500 - 4000 BC, Varna, Bulgaria Gold beads have been excavated in Dimitra in eastern Macedonia and are claimed to be from 5500 to 5250 B. If confirmed they could be some of the earliest gold objects yet discovered (Betancourt

Iran, Jiroft soapstone vase, ca 3000 BC. اثر هنری تمدن جیرفت حدود ۳۰۰۰ سال پیش از میلاد

Iran, Jiroft soapstone vase, ca 3000 BC. اثر هنری تمدن جیرفت حدود ۳۰۰۰ سال پیش از میلاد

The "Earliest" Depiction of the 10-Lost-Tribe Chiefs of ISHaRaAL (Israel): the Behistun Inscription - ca 515 BCE - Yehweh Not Yahweh

The Behistun Inscription in Northwestern Iran (Ancient Assyria/Persia) displays the earliest known depiction of the chiefs of the lost 10 tribes of ISHaRaA…

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