Behistun

Some articles on behistun:

Kayhanshahr
... Sarpol-e Zahab Sonqor County Sonqor Satar Sights Kohneh Bridge Behistun Inscription Taq-e Bostan Temple of Anahita Dinavar Ganj Dareh Essaqwand Rock ...
Tlt - Speculation Regarding Other Ethnic Groups - Scythian / Cimmerian Theories
... The Behistun Inscription is often cited as a link between the deported Israelites, the Cimmerians and the Scythians (Saka) ... and the Sacae of the Behistun Rock, nearly two centuries later, as identical with the Beth-Khumree of Samaria, or the Ten Tribes of the House of Israel ... Adherents point out that the Behistun Inscription connects the people known in Old Persian and Elamite as Saka, Sacae or Scythian with the people known ...
Jeyhounabad
... Zahab Sonqor County Sonqor Satar Sights Kohneh Bridge Behistun Inscription Taq-e Bostan Temple of Anahita Dinavar Ganj Dareh Essaqwand Rock Tombs Sorkh Deh chamber tomb Malek Tomb ...
Ahnenerbe - Cancelled Expeditions - Behistun
... In 1938, Ahnenerbe president Walther Wüst proposed a trip to Iran to study the Behistun Inscription, which had been created by order of the Achaemenid Shah Darius I ...
Two House Theology - Missing Links
... Israel, including some Two House advocates, the Behistun Rock Inscription has provided an invaluable missing link, which adds credibility to where and who the Northern Kingdom Israelites were in the 5th ... George Rawlinson, Sir Henry Rawlinson's younger brother (translator of the Behistun Inscription), connected the Saka/Gimiri of the inscription with deported Israelites “We have reasonable grounds for regarding ... and the Sacae of the Behistun Rock, nearly two centuries later, as identical with the Beth-Khumree of Samaria, or the Ten Tribes of the House of Israel.” – George Rawlinson, note in his ...