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Bishapur - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Bishapur (Middle Persian: Bay-Šāpūr; Persian: بیشاپور ‎‎, Bishâpûr) was an ancient city in Iran on the ancient road between Persis and Elam.

Bishapur: History - Livius

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History Bishapur, "the beautiful [city] of Shapur", is situated south of modern Faliyan on the ancient road between Persis and Elam, which connected the Sasanian ...

Ancient City Bishapur panorama / virtual tour gallery

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Ancient City Bishapur. Bishapur, "the beautiful [city] of Shapur", as the name indicates was founded by king Shapur (241-272 AC). Like the bridge at Shushtar, it was ...

Bishapur | 786 IRAN ZIARAT 110

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This is 125kms west of Shiraz. Bradt says that the scenery is dramatic and to some extent it is. You drive on the side of one longish ‘mountain’ and see the ...

Bishapur (Shiraz, Iran): Address, Ancient Ruin Reviews ...

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Bishapur, Shiraz: See 44 reviews, articles, and 266 photos of Bishapur, ranked No.13 on TripAdvisor among 38 attractions in Shiraz.

Central Iran Gems - Bishapur - Tripod.com

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Ruins of Bishapur. The hill behind it was fortified, although there is little remaining evidence of walls and towers (inset) Bishapur was founded by Shapur, second ...

Bishapur Map | Iran Google Satellite Maps

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Bishapur google map. Satellite image of Bishapur, Iran and near destinations. Travel deals.

SHAPUR I AT BISHAPUR (RELIEF II) - Livius

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Bishapur: important Sasanian city in Iran, founded by king Shapur I, ... Shapur had already defeated a Roman army, which he had commemorated on the first relief.

Bishapur - WOW.com

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According to an inscription, the city itself was founded in 266 by Shapur I (241-272), who was the second Sassanid king and inflicted a triple defeat on the Romans ...

Shapur I - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Shapur I (Middle Persian: 𐭱𐭧𐭯𐭥𐭧𐭥𐭩; New Persian: شاپور), also known as Shapur I the Great, was the second shahanshah (king of kings) of the ...