Bisotun Inscription is remained from Achaemenian and is located on Behistun hillside in Hersin, 30 km form Kermanshah. This inscription is one the world's famous documents explaining and picturing the victory of Darius the Great over Gaumata.
It is 3.20 meters tall and 6 meter wide and it has the Farvahar Symbol on top. The inscription illustrates Daruis holding a bow as a sign of kingship, with his left foot on the chest of a figure lying on his back before him. Darius (180cm) is attended to the left by two servants (150cm), and 120 cm figures stand to the right, with hands tied and rope around their necks, representing conquered people. Behistun became a part of UNESCO World Heritage list in 2006.
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