Inscription stone fragments found in Persepolis

Published on February 10th, 2014 | by Admin



Fragments of stone bearing royal inscriptions have been found at the Palace of Xeres in Persepolis, Iran.

“The texts of the inscriptions were written by people with a high level of literacy, but the mistakes happened when the engravers cut the texts into the stones,” said Basello’s colleague, Adriano V. Rossi, during a seminar held in the Southern Iranian city of Shiraz.

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