Photographer's Note

One of the most beautiful Nqshbrjsthhay Persepolis, staged a symbolic battle with cow's milk. The relatively large and recurring role, certainly a very important message is to confirm that these are the simple and emphasize the role. Roman Gryshmn, the famous American archeology in the early years of the Pahlavi dynasty in Iran, whose work is cited in the archeology of Iran, believes this indicates the seasons change from semester to semester, cold, warm, or in other words, explains the coming of spring 's.

The lion on the back of cattle, attacked both his hands on the back and lay beside her, looks beast shakes her chin on the back. Traces of violence, trauma and anger there. Milk teeth are not found in cow skin Chngalhaysh Nrfthand down. Interestingly, while the lion carvings, all taking place in Persepolis and the only one other than the lion, image of all human beings and animals, there are a half which is also another reason for the importance of this role. Cow with two legs up on a certain condition, looks back. Seems to be happening from happy and satisfied, be,, it does not even seem to fight smiles

Milk and cow as a symbol of the battle of two of the same symmetry, the Apadana staircase Knarhay (Ivan the north and east), the palace staircase Tchr, Hadish bells Nqr is not repeated elsewhere. This seems to be the theme of this role has been taken in the early years of the reign of the Achaemenid dynasty.

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