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Interpretation of the symbol of milk and cow

Interpretation of the symbol of milk and cow

One of the most beautiful faces of the Pentecost, which, incidentally, except one of two examples, is well preserved, is a symbolic scene of the battle of milk with the cow. This relatively large and repeatable role has undeniably confirmed a very important message that has been contributing to this emphasis. Graishman’s novel, the famous American archaeologist who came to Persia in the early years of the Pahlavi dynasty, has been widely referred to in Iranian archeology, believing that this role reflects the changing seasons, from the cold semester to half a year, and in other words, Is.

Grishman’s inference was derived from these assumptions that, firstly, he almost accepted that the philosophy of making the Pentecost was merely a celebration of Nowruz, and it was in the local order to accept the empires of the empire.

And secondly, the natives of Iran divided the year into two seasons, the warm season and the cold season. Indeed, the beliefs of native Iranians (and even females maybe?) Were that they would start with a moderate spring season and a cool season with autumnal moderation. The changes in nature from the long and shortened days of the day, the rise and fall of temperature, etc., which were well categorized in these two chapters, also made them more robust. But we know that, before the Achaemenids, the New Year began with autumnal moderation, and the Achaemenids began to mimic the Middle Eastern civilizations from the New Year’s Eve. But it is not clear, however, that the Achaemenid years have not been two seasons. Grishman, with these two assumptions and the notion of placing the cattle in the sign of the cold season and the milk for the warm season sign, concluded that the role of the milk overflow on the cattle is to show the end of the cold and the onset of heat.

The author, with great respect to the great professors, believes that the symbolic meaning of such a complex and repetitive role, with a strong emphasis on its appearance, should not merely suggest that the old year has come to an end! Let’s not forget that in the ancient world, these roles are spoken as the alphabet of oral culture. What, basically, most people can not read, were in communication with each other with visual culture or oral messages. This is why the video event is very common in the ancient world, especially among people who have not yet learned the line. The description of the conquests, wars, killing, captivity, drifts, and … all were narrated with the help of rock paintings or bas-reliefs. Therefore, the author believes that the pillars of the Pentecost are not a blind and feudal decoration for the promotion of other nations, which reveal the history, myths, culture and communication of the ancient tribes, and of course the people of that time have well understood the concept of these roles, and their place They found them, and even understanding the meanings of these roles was so obvious that no one has been able to record and describe them. And among them is the role of milk overflow on cattle.

In this role, the lion struck from the back of the cow’s waist, putting his two hands on his back and shoulders, and he seems to put his chin on the waist of the beast. There is no trace of violence, wounds and anger. The teeth of the milk are not visible and their claws are not drooping in the cow’s skin. Interestingly, the role of the lion in these sculptures is the only image of the whole shrine, and other than the role of the lion, the image of all human beings and animals, which is also another reason for the importance of this role. The cow is also raised in a special condition on the bop, looking at the back. It looks like it is happy with the occurrence of the occurrence! Not scared, she does not intend to deal with and even seems to smile!

The symbol of the battle of lion and cow is two symbols, on the edges of the stairs of the Apadana Palace (both the northern and eastern portico), the staircase of the Tachter Palace, the Hadish and the Shura, and is not repeated elsewhere. Therefore, the slogan that was taken from this role seems to have been more in the first years of the Achaemenid rule.

But a new commentary on this role: We know that the Medes were a dairy farmer, had a past life. This life is also well known in the names of these people. Cow is also one of the most important symbols of the pastoral life, and it is a holy beast in ancient religions such as Mehrrasty. His sacrifice was forbidden in Zoroastrian religion, and even at some intervals among the people of the subcontinent, he came to the border with holiness and question. It seems that this creature was a symbol for the people of Mad (and also the Brotherhood). On the other hand, the Parsahs, who began their lives on the Iranian plateau with the mercenary for the Urartu and the Medes, were one-sided or, at least, Semiashir (gills and stable villages), considered courage, tact, and leadership power as their ideal symbol, and the lion of this Characteristics were. It can be deduced from this introduction that the cow in this parabola symbolizes the Medes and the symbol of Persia. The milk was the symbol of the Achaemenids (this belief lasted until today and is considered to be the symbol of Iran in international forums) and was in the carvings above the cow, and only the whole face of the chest was and always played with the cow.

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