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Ardeshir, sitting on horseback, is standing on the left side under
the crown which seems to have been installed overhead and the
grand Mubid, also sitting on the horseback, is standing on the
right side and is extending the royal ring to Ardeshir. Ardeshir
's beard is adorned with a lace and under the feet of his horse
Ardavan the 5th is lying prostrate on the ground. An elliptic cap
adorned with pearls at the margin is lying under the horse's leg.
The hair of Satan (Ahriman) resembles a curling snake and the bridle
of Ardeshir's horse is adorned by pieces which portray a lion.
On the breast of the king's horse there are Parthian, Grecian
and Middle Persian inscriptions. The Middle Persian says:

"This is the grand mubid, Ardeshir, the king of kings of Iran,
whose face resembles that of God and is the son of Papak Shah."

Parham, Jeppe, hojper, touristdidi, bazal έχουν(ει) επιλέξει αυτή τη σημείωση ως χρήσιμη

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Viewed: 1986
Points: 10
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Additional Photos by Roshangar Ostad (roshangar) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 328 W: 76 N: 97] (1682)
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