Sassanid rock relief at Naqsh -e-Rajab , Iran


Naqsh-e-Rajab is an archaeological site close to Persepolis and just 2.5 kms from Naqsh-e-Rostam in the Fars Province of Iran.

Naqsh-e Rajab is the site of four limestone rock face inscriptions and rock-cut bas relief that date to the early  Sassanid era. This tableau is entitled  ‘Shapur’s Parade’  which was to celebrate  the king’s military victory in 244 CE over the Roman emperor  Philip the Arab.


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