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Cyrus The Great Human Rights Cylinder Sculpture
Having a Statue or Sculpture of Iran’s historical and cultural sites or Symbol of Iran, is a sign of our interest in our land. Although we live outside of Iran, we are proud of our identity and culture.
The Cyrus cylinder (British Museum, no. 90920; Walker, p. 158; Budge, pl. XL; Rawlinson, pl. 35) is a fragmentary clay cylinder with an Akkadian inscription of thirty-five lines discovered in a foundation deposit by A. H. Rassam during his excavations at the site of the Marduk temple in Babylon in 1879.
|Approximate weight||2100 Gram|
|Place of production||Iran|
|Material||Stone powder and resin, fiberglass, polyester|
|Handling time||7 Days|