Thursday, November 02, 2006

Parthian Faces


Parthians Faces Real : Eshgabad Museum. Turkeminsitan - Hellenstic Statue




Parthians Faces Fake : The National Museum of Iran, Tehran.

Parthian Face Fake: The face has a mongolian look. There were no Mongols in this region at that time in Persia. This shows how Azeri turks cooperate with Jews in order to manufacture a history for themselves in Iran. Azeris turks are foreign elements in Iran and are not related to the natives of Iran.

Metallic statue of a Parthian prince (thought to be Surena), AD 100, kept at The National Museum of Iran, Tehran.



Cyrus the Great Fake


This is Fake Cyrus the Great made by Jews. Note Cyrus the Great has a hooked nose and looks like an Azeri Turk. Cyrus the Great was half-persian and half-mede. There are no pictures from Cyrus the Great available. The fake Cyrus the Great does not look like Persian or Mede or Kurd. Azeris use this picture as their avatar on different forums because the fake Cyrus looks like Azeris. Compare the fake Cyrus the Great with the real Hellenstic statue above portraying Parthian Faces.

Cyrus the Great: Fake



Roxana Princess from Sogdia and the wife of Alexaner the Great: Fake

Fake: Note the big hooked nose. Also note the mongolian shaped eyes. It is very similar to the other fake Parthian face from Tehran Museum. It is trying to give the impression that Mongols lived in Central Asia at this time.

Fake: Roxana, Alexanders wife, princess from Sogdia :Persepolis (Archaeological museum, Tehran)


Fake: Darius the King of Persia in War with Alexander the Great



This is a hollywood closeup in ancient times. Darius has been defeated and pictures were taken at the time and displayed today on the internet. This picture is extensively used on anthropology forums to show how "ancient Persians" looke like.




Zartosh or Zoarastra: Fake

This is supposed to be Zoarastra the author of Gathas, oldest religion in the world. He does not look like either a Pashtoon or a Tajik or a Persian or a proto-aryan. He looks half Azeri Turk and half Jew. This is a fake drawing.

Zoarasthra: Ancient Persian religous founder: Fake



2 comments:

EXTREMEEMPEROR1 said...

I AM A PERSIAN AND KNOW MY HISTORY VERY WELL. THIS FOREIGN GUY IS FULL OF SHIT ABOUT IRAN. HE DOES NOT KNOW WHAT HE IS TALKING ABOUT.

Tony said...

That image you have of Darius, the King of Persia on his Chariot at the battle of Issus may be from a later period. But it is dated to about 50 AD or thereabouts. It comes from Pompey in Italy. The Romans would certainly have known what the Ancient Persians looked like as their main rivals were the Parthians of Persia.