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Iran Persepolis Takht-e Jamshid Relief of the Gate of All Nations Hand-Painted 3D Polyresin Fridge Magnet

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Iran Persepolis Takht-e Jamshid Relief of the Gate of All Nations Hand-Painted 3D Polyresin Fridge Magnet

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Sizes: 6.9 cm x 5.0 cm

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The Gate of All Nations or Gate of Xerxes palace is located in the ruins of the ancient city of Persepolis, Iran.

The construction of the Stairs of All Nations and the Gate of All Nations was ordered by the Achaemenid king Xerxes I (486-465 BC), the successor of the founder of Persepolis, Darius I the Great.

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The structure consisted of one large room whose roof was supported by four stone columns with bell-shaped bases. Parallel to the inner walls of this room ran a stone bench, interrupted at the doorways. The outside walls, made of broad mud block, were bedecked with frequent niches. Each of the three walls, on the east, west, and south, had a very large stone doorway. A pair of massive bulls secured the western entrance; two Lamassu in the Assyrian style, albeit, of colossal proportions, stood at the eastern doorway. Engraved above each of the four colossi is a trilingual inscription attesting to Xerxes having built and fulfilled the gate. The doorway on the south, opening toward the Apadana, is the widest of the three. Pivoting devices found on the inner corners of all the doors indicate that they must have had two-leaved doors, which were possibly made of wood and covered with sheets of ornamented metal.

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  • Description: Iran Persepolis Takht-e Jamshid  Relief of the  Gate of All Nations   Hand-Painted 3D Polyresin Fridge Magnet --- Sizes: 6.9 cm x 5.0 cm --- The Gate of All Nations or Gate of Xerxes palace is located in the ruins of the ancient city of Persepolis, Iran. The construction of the Stairs of All Nations and the Gate of All Nations was ordered by the Achaemenid king Xerxes I (486-465 BC), the successor of the founder of Persepolis, Darius I the Great.
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