Assyrian Persian Shahriar Shir fighting lion Achaemenid Persepolis carvings Sculpture reproduction art 8" www.Neo-Mfg.com Museum Reproduction
Size 7.9" tall x 7.9" wide
Relief of Shahriar and Shir battle in Zoroastrian Fire Temple, Yazd, Iran.
Battle of Shahriar (Achaemenid king) and Lion, "Confrontation between Shahriar and Lion" or "Shah's battle with lion", winged ox, Griffin, and winged lion refers to rock carvings in three palaces of Persepolis, especially the Palace of 100 Columns, which belongs to the transition period of the warrior-ship community in the era of Darius I until the no-war time of Xerxes I were made to represent him as a constructive and disciplinary king.
Last photo is the original in the monument.
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