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Ganjnameh Inscriptions, Hamadan

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  • I'll remember this place for adventure that I lived together with participants of the Wftga Convention. It was worth it and I'd do it again. I was afraid of falling or slipping, but everything was fine. It must be beautiful in the summer.
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  • Nice cool weather for summer. Beautiful falls and historical stones. Good outdoor dining for meat and dough. Fun and happy experience with friends.  more »
  • Gandzhname-stone plate with broken cuneiform inscriptions on it's epoch times. It is situated in a narrow gorge with a waterfall. On two panels of three columns are carved inscriptions times: Persian Kings Darius I (6-5 century BC) and Xerxes I (5 century BC). Inscriptions are made in three languages: Persian, Babylonian and jelamitskom. Nearby tourist and sports complex, a funicular.
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  • It was the first time that I saw up close was very interesting to me
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  • Epigraphy of the treasure, and documents from the Achaemenid Darius خشایارشای that Dell is one of the alvand mountain cliffs in the distance of 5 km South West of Hamadan and engraved at the end of Abbas Abad درهٔ. The Scrolls are each in the three columns of the ancient Persian language 20 سطری, the old Babylonian and Elamite posted. Ancient Persian text on the left is taken place both Tablet and پهنایی is equivalent to 115 cm. The text of the inscription in the middle of both the Babylonian and Elamite text in the third column. This scrolls has taken on a variety of names, including nbasht, gods, epigraphy, dadmahan or dadbahan, tnbaber, inscriptions, letters and gnjnameh alvand, the war that the two letters of the name of the war and the more recent application in the gnjnameh century. Regarding the geography gnjnameh can be said: gnjnameh in Persian language means the fable and the story of the treasure, and the general public the impression on this has been that the mystery of the unseen in the Genji scrolls written and seem to speak of the war also affected the concept of letters from the war and has been in the past the Kings Head people fight, or with an alternative slang word war treasure was created instead. Epigraphy of ancient gnjnameh in the southwest of Hamedan, the current location of the city, a distance of five kilometers, the lush valley at the end of Abbas Abad and happily at the beginning of the road to the West and Hamadan tuyserkan linked country and click one of the alvand reef is located. Since this is the route the main branches of the Achaemenid Empire in the Covenant is one of the ancient Royal way, which means that the scope of the summer capital of the Achaemenid Empire, alvand ecbatana to بابِل related میانرودان, in the center of the way full and safe travelling to antiquity. In addition to termination of this way to بابِل, by the way, borujerd was also considered. That's why it was a good place to Kings of this dynasty is written with the creation of the stone, the beliefs and ideas of the great پاکشان as well as their ancestors and reminds passersby. The inscription on the stone of the expensive gnjnameh khara, in three languages (the ancient Persian Elamite, and Babylonian), and 20 each row from left to right to cuneiform written that belongs to the top left bottom right related to Darius and his son خشایارشا is quite clear that the first inscriptions left by Darius I and later the second inscription written by خشایارشا has been added to the granite.
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  • The sngnoshte are gnjnameh beautiful and spectacular, for those who are interested in ancient history, summa. Description the help boards, are very useful.
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