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Palace of Darius at Susa, (Louvre).

– Double bull-capital from the Apadana (audience chamber).

– Archers’ frieze (1), Glazed siliceous bricks, ca. 510 BCE.

-Archers’ frieze (2), Glazed siliceous bricks, ca. 510 BCE.

– Lion on a decorative panel made of molded bricks, ca. 510 BCE.

– Achaemenid sword pommel with double bull protome. White marble, 6th-5th centuries BCE.

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