Parse

Parse

Persepolis or Parseh was the name of the capital of the Norouz dynasty of Darius Shah, and remained in power until the end of the Achaemenid period. They came and were happy to bring gifts to the Shah. On the eastern wall of the Apadana there are engravings where you can see various nations under the Persian Empire as well as gifts. Scientists have found out what nationality they were 70 years ago with the same gifts.
Appadana is the name of a palace with 72 columns built by Darius the Great. And the purpose of building this palace was to celebrate Nowruz, and it continued until the Achaemenid dynasty. There is another important palace in the complex, built at the behest of Darius the Great's son, Khashayar Shah. The palace has a hundred columns that were surrounded by windows to direct light into the palace, as well as niches used as wall reinforcement structures.

The name Parseh derives from the Iranian name meaning Parsi city because it was attributed to the province of Pars. And the Greeks called it Persepolis, and the word is reflected in most European languages. In the Sassanid era, Parseh was called the column dam, but in contemporary Persian it was known as Persepolis or the palace of Persepolis. In Ferdowsi's Shahnameh, Jamshid was a fair and beautiful king who set up Nowruz and ruled Iran for hundreds of years. His orang or throne was large enough to carry the king. This belief became popular when hundreds of years had passed since Alexander's disgraceful invasion of Iran, where people would only pass by the ruins of a gleeful gamer and see the barracks where the monarch sits, so the name of this place was called Persepolis. It is believed that some people came to believe that Jamshid not only had a lot of wealth but also had a unicorn flying horse that would go to other states of the Empire at night and return to Persepolis again, but in fact the name Pars region was also the name of the province of Pars and the name of the country of Pars, but after the arrival of Iran to Iran for a reason (پ ) not using the local language, the Persian language and Persian province of Fars province became fars name.

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