archaeological site in Fars (Iran), best known for its Achaemenid
Relief of Hormizd II
The equestrian victory of Hormizd II (303-309) is immediately below Achaemenid
tomb II (Artaxerxes?) and a vanished relief of Shapur II. It
shows how king Hormizd unhorses an enemy, who may be
with king Papak of Armenia, or perhaps one of the kings of the Kushans in the far east.
Louis Vanden Berghe, Reliefs
rupestres de l' Iran ancien (1983 Brussels), #76.