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Original painting art by Iranian artist, Jabbar Farshbaf
The petroglyphs of Ashkanian in Izeh, a city of Khuzestan, are seen in the upper and right parts of the painting. These represent that the king of Ashkanian is receiving the ring of power from Ahura Mazda. The upper and left part of the painting depicts the hunting of a lion by the king. This petroglyph is in the British Museum. The painting also represents the sculpture of Parthian Prince (Sorena) with one hand. This sculpture is in the National Museum of Iran, Tehran. The portraits of Ashkanian kings have been inspired from the coins
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Dimensions: 100 x 120 cm / 39 x 47 Inches
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