Achaemenid Royal Inscriptions: collection of Old Persian cuneiform texts from the sixth, fifth, and fourth centuries BCE, left by the Achaemenid kings on their official monuments.
XPm, inscription on column bases from Persepolis
This inscription can be read on many fragments from the Palace of Xerxes and the Queen's Quarters, and it is difficult to find out if they belong to XPm or represent the identical last line of XPj. It is written in Old Persian, Elamite, and Babylonian.
- thâtiy \ Xšayâršâ \ XŠ \ imam \ taçaram \ adam \ akunavam
King Xerxes says: I built this palace.
- Pierre Lecoq, Les inscriptions de la Perse achéménide (1997 Paris)