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Ardashir I or Ardeshir I (Middle Persian:ArdashirPahlaviName.png, New Persian: اردشیر), also known as Ardashir the Unifier[3] (180–242 AD), was the founder of the Sasanian Empire.and Shapur I(شاپور يكم) IranologySociety.

Middle Persian Ardashir Pahlavi اردشیر aka Ardashir the Unifier AD founder of the Sasanian Empire & Shapur I شاپور يكم

Чаша серебряная, круглая, ложчатая. Конец VI - 1-я половина VII в. Государственный Эрмитаж

Чаша серебряная, круглая, ложчатая. Конец VI - 1-я половина VII в. Государственный Эрмитаж

Чаша серебряная, ложчатая - танцовщицы. VII-VIII в. Государственный Эрмитаж. Деталь

Чаша серебряная, ложчатая - танцовщицы. VII-VIII в. Государственный Эрмитаж. Деталь

Plate with pair of ibex and tree or vine Iran Sasanian period century AD silver and gilt Arthur Sackler Gallery 05 853

Plate with pair of ibex and tree or vine Iran Sasanian period century AD silver and gilt Arthur Sackler Gallery 05 853

بشقاب عهد ساسانیان  Sassanid plate depicting King Piroz during hunting

Sassanid plate depicting King Piroz during hunting - Peroz was the eighteenth king of the Sasanian Empire, who ruled from 459 to Peroz was the eldest son of Yazdegerd II

Ardashir I - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Ardashir I *the Unifier* Shahanshah, King of Kings of Iran. Reign, Declared himself as Shahanshah after defeating Artabanus IV of Parthia at the Battle of Hormizdegan. House of Sasan

بشقاب عهد ساسانیان  Silver dish shows Sassanid king fighting with lions  British Museum

بشقاب عهد ساسانیان Silver dish shows Sassanid king fighting with lions.

(the last Iranian empire before the rise of Islam - p.mc.n.) the Sasanian dynasty from 224 CE to 651 CEOsman Gazi: Sassanid Empire

(the last Iranian empire before the rise of Islam - p.) the Sasanian dynasty from 224 CE to 651 CEOsman Gazi: Sassanid Empire

Osman Gazi: Sassanid Empire (224 - 651 B.C.E)

Neo Persian Sasanian gilded silver plate: 'Triumph of Dionysos' late century AD.

A Sassanid king hunting rams, said to be from Qazvin, mid 5th - mid 6th century. Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

Plate with king hunting rams Period: Sasanian Date: ca. century Geography: Iran, said to be from Qazvin Culture: Sasanian Medium: Silver, mercury gilding, niello inlay Dimensions: H.

Elam: The Parthians and Black Sassanians Gold  plate depicting a Sassanian king  spearing a Roman

(Iran) The Parthians and Black Sassanians Gold plate depicting a Sassanian king spearing a Roman

Блюдо серебряное - орёл несёт женщину. Первая половина VII в. Государственный Эрмитаж

Блюдо серебряное - орёл несёт женщину. Первая половина VII в. Государственный Эрмитаж

Dish: Sassanian Iran. The Sassanian Empire or Sassanid Persian Empire also spelled Sasanid or Sasanian), known to its inhabitants as Ērānshahr and Ērān in Middle Persian and resulting in the New Persian terms Iranshahr and Iran, was the last pre-Islamic Iranian Empire, ruled by the Sasanian Dynasty from 224 CE to 651 CE.

Name: Dish: Eagle Bearing a Woman Place of creation: Iran Date: First half of the century Epoch. Period: Sassanid Dynasty Material: silver Technique: forged, pierced ground, chased, engraved and gilded Dimension: diam.

بشقاب نقره ی ساسانی با نقش دو اسب بالدار Silver plate - Sasanian - Pegasus Smithsonian Institution بشقاب با نقش دو اسب بالدار با حاشیه ای از برگ درختان جنس: نقره قدمت: دوره ی ساسانی محل نگهداری: موزه ی اسمیتسونیان

بشقاب نقره ی ساسانی با نقش دو اسب بالدار Silver plate - Sasanian - Pegasus Smithsonian Institution بشقاب با نقش دو اسب بالدار با حاشیه ای از برگ درختان جنس: نقره قدمت: دوره ی ساسانی محل نگهداری: موزه ی اسمیتسونیان

Coin of the Indo-Sassanid (early 4th century). The Vedic beliefs and practices of the pre-classical era were closely related to the hypothesised Proto-Indo-European religion, and the Indo-Iranian religion

Coin of the Indo-Sassanid (early century). The Vedic beliefs and practices of the pre-classical era were closely related to the hypothesised Proto-Indo-European religion, and the Indo-Iranian religion

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