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‫هرچه كني بكن مكن …. شعر از شوريده شيرازي‬‎

Head of a Ruler, ca. 2300–2000 B.C. Iran or Mesopotamia. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Rogers Fund, 1947 (47.100.80) | The identity of this lifesize head and where it was created remain a mystery. The expert craftsmanship, innovative technology, and the use of copper alloy, a very costly material, suggest that it represents a king or an elite person. #OneMetManyWorlds

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Pre-Achaemenid Silver & Gold Vessel in the form of a Hero & a Winged Bull found in Eastern Anatolia, Mesopotamia, and W Iran in the beginning of the 1st millennium BC

A small section of the Achaemenid Palaces of Darius in Susa, Persia, constructed by Babylonian craftsmen when Babylon was part of the world's first true empire.

During the 3rd millennium BCE., Elamite kingdom emerges centered on the cities of Susa and Anshan, the latter in the Zagros Mountains. This cast copper striding figure with ibex horns, a raptor skin draped around the shoulders, and wearing the upturned boots associated with highland regions is from that time Proto-Elamite. Mesopotamia or Iran. MET,