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Original painting art by Iranian artist, Jabbar Farshbaf
The upper and right part of the painting depicts the goddess of Mithra (Mehr) riding on a lion without any sword. This was the flag of Iran at that time, which is currently kept in the Hermitage Museum. The illustration of another petroglyph of Taq-e Bostan represents the coronation of Ardeshir II receiving the ring of power from Ahura Mazda. Mithra is standing behind Ardeshir with a circle of sunlight behind her head and Barsam plant in her hand (to pray and praise). The emperor of Roman, Julianus is seen beneath the king’s feet
Acrylic on Canvas
Dimensions: 100 x 120 cm / 39 x 47 Inches
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