Relief carving, ruins of the ancient Persian city of Persepolis, Iran, first half of 5th century BC. A detail of a relief carving on the staircase leading to the Tripylon at Persepolis, depicting a lion attacking a bull. The carving dates from the time of Xerxes I, whose father, Darius I, founded the city as capital of his empire.
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