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The opposite side, on the other face is dated back to “Parthian (Elimaean)” period and shown an investiture scene of an Elimaean ruler by Mithrades I of Parthia. On a horse, Mithrades I and attendant following him are depicted in profile, which four standing men in right half of the relief are shown in a frontal position. (payam_lahemotlagh, Dec 2018)
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Khong-e Azhdar Rock Relief This rock relief which also is known as Khong-e Nowruzi has two opposite relief faces, is located in a village, called Khong-e Azhdar 15 kilomtere north of Izeh in Khuzestan province. The relief is faced to the village, dated back to “Old Elamite” depicts a procession in which a king is seated on a throne and seven Elamite figures are standing to his right. Above the scene is a rectangular panel having no figure or inscription. (payam_lahemotlagh, Dec 2018)