Achaemenid Architecture

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Achaemenids (Persepolis) - a 1884's reconstruction drawing of the Apadana's roof by Chipiez. Asia

Apadana is a large hypostyle hall in Persepolis, Iran. It belongs to the oldest building phase of the city of Persepolis, in the first half of the 6th century BC, as part of the original design by Darius the Great. Its construction was completed by Xerxes I. Modern scholarship "demonstrates the metaphorical nature of the Apadana reliefs as idealised social orders".[1]

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