Cyrus Cylinder Figurine Statue


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Having “Cyrus Cylinder” or other statues related to History of Iran, is a sign of our respect and love for the elders of our land, although if we live outside of Iran, because our culture depends on these elders.

  • Size: 23×10×14 cm
  • Material: Stone powder and resin, fiberglass, polyester
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Cyrus Human Rights Cylinder

Cyrus Human Rights Cylinder is a baked clay tablet written in 538 BC by the order of Cyrus the Great Achaemenid. The Cyrus Cylinder was discovered in 1858 at the Temple of Esgil in ancient Babylon and is housed in the British Museum in London. The cylinder consists of 45 lines, of which about 20 rows are completely broken and are not available today, and the first three rows are almost completely broken and unreadable. This document is widely regarded as the first Charter of Human Rights. In 1971, the United Nations published it in six official languages, and a copy of the cylinder is housed at the United Nations in New York City. If you are looking for ancient Persian statues, this “Human Rights Cylinder ” is a good choice.

Dimensions23×10×14 cm
Approximate weight3500 Gram
Place of productionIran
MaterialStone powder and resin, fiberglass, polyester
Handling time7 Days
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