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Relief Persian Archer- Left. 111 x 44 cm.

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Relief “Persian Archer” (Left). Reproduction of a relief made in molded marble (marble powder bonded with resins). The aging finish is done with patinas based on natural earth tones that give it the texture and appearance of an ancient sculpture embellished by the passage of time. Piece prepared to be hung on the wall.

Measurements: Height: 111 cm. Width: 44 cm. Depth: 3 cm.

Replicas of sculptures and reliefs, inspired by original pieces from museums. Ancient art of Mesopotamia. Handmade in Spain. Ideal for interior decoration (living rooms, lobbies, libraries, and offices) and for outdoors, terraces, and gardens, resistant to the elements.

Relief “Persian Archer” (Left). Reliefs inspired by the glazed brick murals from the so-called “Frieze of the Immortals,” found in the throne room of the royal palace of Susa (modern Shush, Iran), built by order of Darius I (522-486 BC). In the reliefs, the figures of soldiers and archers are represented in profile with forward-facing eyes, following the same pattern as Egyptian and Mesopotamian art. The original mural is made of glazed brick using dark colors that contrast with bright colors such as red and orange.

The Persian Empire was founded by King Cyrus the Great in the 6th century BC, becoming one of the most influential civilizations of antiquity. Its vast territory extended from Mesopotamia to the Mediterranean and to the Indus, encompassing unprecedented ethnic and cultural diversity. The Achaemenids implemented a centralized government and efficient administration that favored the management of a vast empire. The Persian Empire was known for its religious and political tolerance, allowing conquered peoples to retain their traditions and religious practices. Alexander the Great’s victory in the 4th century BC over the Persians marked the end of the Achaemenid dynasty, ushering in the Hellenistic rule of the Seleucid Empire, until the conquest of Persia by the Parthian king Arsaces in the 3rd century BC.

Decorating with reproductions of reliefs inspired by Mesopotamian art beautifies our homes and transports us to the mystery of ancient civilizations.

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