Taq Bostan or Taq-e Bostan (Kurdish: Taq wa San “arch of stone”) is a site with a series of stone paintings and writings from the era of Sassanid Empire of Persia.This complex made in third century A.D that has so many historical and article value.
It is located in the heart of the Zagros mountains, where it has endured almost 1,700 years of wind and rain. Originally, several sources were visible next to and below the reliefs and arches, some of which are now covered.
Some scene of coronation of Ardeshir II. Shapoor I and III carved some inscription in It. Existing Rivers and mountains made this place to a great alameda for visitors since old times.
This is the most illustrious painting on the Bostan are beside the little arch.
Beside the right little patio. There is an inscription that shows the scene of coronation Ardeshir II. The ninth Sassani kingdom.in this scene Sassani king is standing With three-quarter face and full body in the middle of scene. His left hand of the handle of sword and his right hand getting the ring with ribbon from AHURA MAZA wile Zartosht so called Mitra in a flash of lights. In the left side is behind him.. Under second Ardeshir’s feet is king rooms. Jolian that was captured in battle. Sasani king had big eyes and great eyebrow his frizzy bread and hairs were long until shoulders .he had earrings in his ears, necklace on neck and wrestle on wrist. His earrings are circular that balls are hanging. And his necklace made of a line of big pearl bead.