Persepolis III: The Royal Tombs and Other Monuments by Erich F. Schmidt

By Erich F. Schmidt

The 3rd and ultimate quantity is associated with the previous volumes often by means of the photo and descriptive documentation of the tombs of the Achaemenid monarhs at Naqsh-i Rustam, and Persepolis, through a learn of the excavated Achaemenid Tower at Naqsh-i Rastum, and by way of an appended evaluation of tribute bearers and throne-bearers depicted within the Persepolis reliefs.

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