Anubanini Inscription – Sar Pol-e-Zahab

Anubanini Inscription – Sar Pol-e-Zahab

In the vicinity of Sar Pol-e-Zahab, there is an Anubanini impression engraved in the breast of a rock. The same is alongside an inscription written in Akadi script and this relic is present even up to this date. The two embossments of this rock are related to 2800 years BC., engraved in the breast of the a mountain reaching an elevation of 35 m. high., and it is attributed to Semitic monarch known as “Anubanini”. The left foot of this impression has been put on a captive. Under this engraving the faces of 16 other captives under tragic conditions have been displayed.

An inscription revealing the victory of Anubanini can also be observed below the said effect.

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