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Limestone relief of a Persian servant. Achaemenid. 550 - 331 B.C. | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Limestone relief of a Persian servant. Achaemenid. 550 - 331 B.C. | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Xerxes I. – Wikipedia "X" exist in the kurdish language, which is a persian dialect. Kurds are from Iran (Persia). In high arabic "X" doesn't exist.

Xerxes I. – Wikipedia "X" exist in the kurdish language, which is a persian dialect. Kurds are from Iran (Persia). In high arabic "X" doesn't exist.

6th-5th c BCE Iranian Achaemenid Architectural Sculpture     PERSIAN Anonymous  (559 BCE - 20th c.)      Audience Hall of Darius I. Capital in the shape of a Bull.  518 BCE-460 BCE  Limestone  Carved  Achaemenid  Persepolis. Iran.

6th-5th c BCE Iranian Achaemenid Architectural Sculpture PERSIAN Anonymous (559 BCE - 20th c.) Audience Hall of Darius I. Capital in the shape of a Bull. 518 BCE-460 BCE Limestone Carved Achaemenid Persepolis. Iran.

The Black, White, and Mulatto people of the Persian Empire,An Authentic Parshuwan/Mada Persian-Medean delegate.

The Black, White, and Mulatto people of the Persian Empire,An Authentic Parshuwan/Mada Persian-Medean delegate.

One of numerous examples of bas-relief in Persepolis, Iran:  Persepolis was the ceremonial capital of the Achaemenid Empire (ca. 550–330 BC) until its destruction by Alexander the Great, when the city gradually declined over the course of time.

One of numerous examples of bas-relief in Persepolis, Iran: Persepolis was the ceremonial capital of the Achaemenid Empire (ca. 550–330 BC) until its destruction by Alexander the Great, when the city gradually declined over the course of time.

Narses, 293-302 Persian king, being crowned by the goddess Anahita, Sasanian bas-relief at Achaemenid necropolis of Naqsh-e... 	Narses, 293-302 Persian king, being crowned by the goddess Anahita, Sasanian bas-relief at Achaemenid necropolis of Naqsh-e...  Narses, 293-302 Persian king, being crowned by the goddess Anahita, Sasanian bas-relief at Achaemenid necropolis of Naqsh-e Rustam, Iran, detail

Narses, 293-302 Persian king, being crowned by the goddess Anahita, Sasanian bas-relief at Achaemenid necropolis of Naqsh-e... Narses, 293-302 Persian king, being crowned by the goddess Anahita, Sasanian bas-relief at Achaemenid necropolis of Naqsh-e... Narses, 293-302 Persian king, being crowned by the goddess Anahita, Sasanian bas-relief at Achaemenid necropolis of Naqsh-e Rustam, Iran, detail

Coloured glazed terracotta brick panels depicting Achaemenid Persian royal bodyguards or archers. From the reign of Darius 1st and the First Persian or Achaemenid Empire around 510 BC excavated from the Palace of Daius 1st Susa, present day Iran. . The Vo | Photos Gallery

Coloured glazed terracotta brick panels depicting Achaemenid Persian royal bodyguards or archers. From the reign of Darius 1st and the First Persian or Achaemenid Empire around 510 BC excavated from the Palace of Daius 1st Susa, present day Iran. . The Vo | Photos Gallery

Beautiful Esther, winner of the world's first beauty contest, she was clever and wise as well, and saved the Jewish people.

Beautiful Esther, winner of the world's first beauty contest, she was clever and wise as well, and saved the Jewish people.

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