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vector map of Persian Empire
Ancient Empire of great Persia geographical line drawing in perspective on white background.
Ancient relief from Kalhu (Nimurid, Iraq) with Ashurnasirpal II king of Assyria on the throne with the Cup of sacrifice and is surrounded by a winged genius- patrons and courtiers
Persian frescoes. Travel of heroes. Ancient civilization murals. Seamless pattern. Ottoman Empire. Fairy tales and legends of the Middle East. Medieval miniature. Mughal art. Horsemen and oasis
Ottoman Empire. Battle scene. Fairy tales and legends of the Middle East. Medieval miniature. Mughal art. Persian frescoes. Ancient civilization murals
Medieval miniature. Mughal art. Persian frescoes. Travel of heroes. Ancient civilization murals. Ottoman Empire. Fairy tales and legends of the Middle East
Persepolis (Old Persian: Pārsa) was the ceremonial capital of the Achaemenid Empire (ca. 550–330 BCE). It is situated 60 km northeast of the city of Shiraz in Fars Province, Iran.
Thousand and One Nights. Ancient civilization murals. Ottoman Empire book miniature. Persian frescoes. Fairy tales and legends of the Middle East. Medieval miniature. Mughal art
vector map of Babylonian Empire for your design
The historical and ancient city of Persepolis, the capital of the powerful Achaemenid empire of Persia, located in the city of Shiraz in Iran, the ruined city of Persepolis
Ruins and bas reliefs carvings of ancient city Persepolis, Iran. Capital of the Achaemenid Empire. UNESCO World Heritage Site
Horsemen and oasis. Persian frescoes. Travel of heroes. Ancient civilization murals. Ottoman Empire. Fairy tales and legends of the Middle East. Medieval miniature. Mughal art
vector map of  Assyrian Empire
Two heads, Ancient bas-reliefs of Persepolis, Iran
Sumerian culture. King on chariot. Akkadian Empire. Mesopotamia. Middle East history. Ancient civilization art. Lion and warrior. Scene of fight
Original hand drawn map. The Achaemendid Empire in 522 - 486 B.C. This is referred to as the First Persian Empire. Under the rule of Darius 1  the empire was at its largest size by 486 .B.C.
Ruins of Apadana and Tachara Palace behind stairway with bas relief carvings in Persepolis UNESCO World Heritage Site against cloudy sunset sky in Shiraz city of Iran.
persian emperor king cyrus the great
Famous bas relief carving of a lion hunting a bull in Persepolis World Heritage Site, which used to decorate the wall of kingdom palace in Achaemenid Empire, 500 BC.
vector map of the Ancient Empires
Thousand and One Nights art. Ancient civilization murals. Middle East. Fairy tales and legends. Seamless patern. Persian frescoes. Medieval miniature. Mughal art. Ottoman Empire book miniature
Ancient relief from Kalhu (Nimurid, Iraq) with Ashurnasirpal II king of Assyria on the throne with the Cup of sacrifice and is surrounded by a winged genius- patrons and courtiers
Glazed brick tiles relief of Persian "Immortals" warriors of Achaemenid Empire from the Palace of Darius I in Susa, Iran
1846 Antique Map of the Empire of Alexander the Great
Ancient wall with bas-relief with assyrian warriors, Persepolis, Iran. UNESCO world heritage site. Horizontal background with embossed image persian bearded man. Mock up template. Copy space for text
Remains of the beautiful Tachara palace at the ruins of Persepolis, the ancient Persian capital near Shiraz in Iran
vector map of the Persian Empire
Grunge background with paper texture and lamassu - human-headed winged bull statue, Assyrian protective deity
Bass relief decoration in central part of Persepolis complex, next to Palace of 100 columns , Iran
POMPEII, ITALY - MAY 26:  Ancient roman mosaic of the Persian King Darius in the battle of Issus : May  26, 2013 in Pompeii, Italy
Persian soldier with white background
PERSEPOLIS SHIRAZ IRAN Famous colums of the ancient city of persepolis ( the capital of Achaemenid Empire ) in Persepolis in Shiraz in iran
Bass relief decoration in central part of Persepolis complex, next to Palace of 100 columns , Iran
A series of great warlords.Cyrus II the Great - the Persian king from the Achaemenid dynasty, who ruled in 559-530 BC. e. The son of Cambyses I and, possibly, Princess Mandana, daughter of King Medes
Pasargadae, Shiraz, Fars Province, Iran. Tomb of Cyrus the great
Ruins of Persepolis was the ceremonial capital of the Persian Empire during the Achaemenid dynasty, vintage line drawing or engraving illustration.
vector map of the Assyrian Empire
Stone bas-relief in ancient city Persepolis, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Iran
Guardians also known as the Immortals holding a spear, relief detail on the stairway facade of the Apadana at the old city Persepolis.
Ottoman Empire. Battle scene. Persian frescoes. Ancient civilization murals. Fairy tales and legends of the Middle East. Medieval miniature. Mughal art
An ancient relief on the wall of the ruined city of Persepolis. The Lion attacks the bull. This image symbolizes fertility of earth and cycles of year. Iran.
Persian frescoes. Soldiers and a caravan of camels. Long Journey. Ancient civilization murals. Ottoman Empire. Fairy tales and legends of the Middle East. Medieval miniature. Mughal art
A stone chip of guests who have come to congratulate the Achaemenid king. Fars, Shiraz, IRAN
The tomb of Cyrus the Great is the most important monument in Pasargad. Iran
Persepolis, The magnificent ruin of Persian, Achaemenid Empire, Iran
Original hand drawn map. The Achaemendid Empire in 522 - 486 B.C. This is referred to as the First Persian Empire. Under the rule of Darius 1  the empire was at its largest size by 486 .B.C.
Persepolis in northwest Shiraz, Iran.
Mughal Miniature Painting Of Mughal king
Figures on walls of ancient persian capital Persepolis in current Iran
African and Hawaii coat of arms collection (isolated on white background) / vintage illustration from Meyers Konversations-Lexikon 1897
Persepolis (UNESCO World heritage sites), ceremonial capital of the Acheamenid Empire, ancient Persian city. Iran
Turkish sultan holding staff icon
Standard of Cyrus the Great
Achaemenid Empire. Flag of the Persian Empire brush concept. Horizontal vector Illustration isolated on white background.
Persian Achaemenid soldier from 500 BC, belonging to ancient Achaemenian Empire which is mostly famous for its king, Cyrus the Great.
Stone bas-relief with ancient people holding food and edged weapons in Persepolis, Fars Province, Iran
Statue of Alexander The Great Riding on His Horse Isolated on White Background
Ruins, statues and murals of ancient persian city of Persepolis in Iran. Most famous remnants of the ancient Persian empire.
Ancient copper coin Persian times of the Golden Horde. Reverse. Isolated on white
Ruins of ancient Persepolis, Iran.
Isa Khan Tomb Enclosure, Humayun's Tomb Complex, New Delhi. India.
Original hand drawn map. The Rashidun Caliphate in 654 AD. This one of the first Islamic Caliphates. It was founded in 623 AD,
The tomb of Cyrus the Great is the most important monument in Pasargad. Iran
Leonidas monument in Thermopylae, Greece
Embossed bas relief carvings of servants bringing gifts to the king on the sidewall of stairs in front of Tachara Palace or Palace of Darius in Persepolis of Shiraz.
The Gate of All Nations in Persepolis, Iran
Original hand drawn map. Ayyubid Sultante in 1193 AD.
Gate of All Nations or Gate of Xerxes in the ruins of ancient Persepolis capital of Achaemenid Empire in Shiraz, Iran.
Fairy tales and legends of the Middle East. Ancient civilization murals. Thousand and One Nights concept. Persian frescoes. Medieval miniature. Mughal art. Ottoman Empire book miniature
Persepolis was the ceremonial capital of the Achaemenid Empire. It's situated 60 km northeast of the city of Shiraz in Fars Province, Iran.
Relief from Persepolis - persian sculpture / vintage illustration from Meyers Konversations-Lexikon 1897
Soldiers of historical empire with weapon in hands. Stone bas-relief in ancient city Persepolis, Iran. Capital of the Achaemenid Empire (550 - 330 BC). UNESCO declared Persepolis a World Heritage Site
Paradise garden. Fairy tales and legends of the Middle East. Ancient civilization murals. Ottoman Empire book miniature. Persian frescoes. Medieval miniature. Mughal art
The tomb of Cyrus the Great, Pasargad, Iran
Mir-i Arab Madrasah entrance, Historic centre of Bukhara, Uzbekistan (UNESCO World Heritage)

SHIRAZ, IRAN_1172022: Darius, relief from the Central Relief of the Northern Stairs of the Apadana, Persepolis, Darius the Great, was the third Persian King of the Achaemenid Empire.
Ruins of Bar-e Aam Palace at ancient Pasargadae - Iran
Ancient Persian Achaemenid soldiers from 500 BC illustration
Persepolis (Old Persian: Pārsa) was the ceremonial capital of the Achaemenid Empire (ca. 550–330 BCE). It is situated 60 km northeast of the city of Shiraz in Fars Province, Iran.
Fairy tales and legends of the Middle East. Paradise garden. Ottoman Empire book miniature. Persian frescoes. Medieval miniature. Mughal art. Ancient civilization murals
Persian Solider with spot light effect
Ancient persian relief of lion illustration
Thousand and One Nights concept. Persian frescoes. Medieval miniature. Mughal art. Ottoman Empire book miniature. Fairy tales and legends of the Middle East. Ancient civilization murals
Two-headed Griffin statue in Persepolis, Iran.
Medallion circular design. Vector illustration.
Turkish, Arabic, African, Islamic Ottoman Empire's era traditional seamless ceramic tile, vector floral pattern
Ruins, statues and murals of ancient persian city of Persepolis in Iran. Most famous remnants of the ancient Persian empire.
Persian Farvahar
Farohar - faravahar -Fravashi Iran Persian Empire Zoroastrianism Faravahar Symbol,.eps
Isa Khan Tomb Enclosure, Humayun's Tomb Complex, New Delhi. India.
Naqsh-e Rustam(Grave of king Daeiros carved) in Shiraz, Iran
Stone Carving of the Warriors in Persepolis
Vintage retro effect like filtered hipster style photo of Humayun Tomb, New Delhi, India
Fairy tales and legends of the Middle East. Ancient civilization murals. Seamless patern. Persian frescoes. Medieval miniature. Mughal art. Ottoman Empire book miniature
London, UK - 18th April 2022: Cast of a Persian Palace doorway in the British Museum, London. The door depicts King Xerxes of the Achaemenid royal family and figures in costime from the Persian Empire
Ancient wall with bas-relief with assyrian warriors, Persepolis, Iran. UNESCO world heritage site. Horizontal background with embossed image persian bearded man. Mock up template. Copy space for text
Ancient wall with bas-relief with assyrian warriors, Persepolis, Iran. Horizontal background with embossed image persian bearded mans. Mock up template. Copy space for text
Naqsh-e Rustam in Iran. It is located about 12 km northwest of Persepolis.
Ruins, statues and murals of ancient persian city of Persepolis in Iran. Most famous remnants of the ancient Persian empire
Horse statue of Persepolis, the ceremonial capital of the Achaemenid Empire. UNESCO World Heritage
Farohar - faravahar -Fravashi Iran Persian Empire Zoroastrianism Faravahar Symbol,.eps
Griffin statue in an ancient city of Persepolis
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