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Passargade the spacious capital of syrus “ the great “ ( 559-530 ) BC . lovated in the nourthern fars the fertile and well watered ( dashte – e – morghab ) .

Located 40 km to the northest of perspolis , and while the modern road takes 80 k.m to cover distance between the 2 cites .

It is best toimagine passargade as a group of garden & pavilions in a park .

Essentially a camp of nomads but made out of natural stones .

Statiscally , the audience hall , the residential palace , the garden pavilions , and the gate belong to the architectural tradition of Iranian nomads , who lived in large tents .

However , syrus used elements from other cultures as well : scluptures from the Assyrian palaces were used as model , works may have been done by stonemasons from Greek , lonia , hybrid demon Gurded the Gate .

The small tomb of syrus is situated a little to the southwest . it was venerated by later rules , Macedonian king alexander who ordered restorations in 324 BC .

Pasargade also includes audience , and private palace that only some magnificent ruins are remaning .

The site remained accupied after the end of achamenid empire .

There is some evidence for great fire on the citadel but the presence of coin hoards in the stratum of destruction suggest that the fire was caused by enemies .

There is no evidence for war in persis at that moment .

دیدگاه های ارسال شده توسط شما، پس از تایید مدیر سایت در وب سایت منتشر خواهد شد.
پیام هایی که حاوی تهمت یا افترا باشد منتشر نخواهد شد.
پیام هایی که به غیر از زبان فارسی یا غیر مرتبط با خبر باشد منتشر نخواهد شد.