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the great hall in ancient Persian palaces

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A Study of the Apadana, including an edition and annotation and translation of the second, third and fourth chapters.
Davoodzadeh & Son, LLC, Apadana, Atlas Rug Corp.
The winery's stone columns, topped with two-headed bulls, were modeled after the 70-foot-tall columns used in the Apadana Palace in Persepolis.
In a deeply poignant scene in the Apadana,(1) an important text in Buddhist commentarial literature, the Buddha's widowed foster mother, the nun Mahapajapati Gotami, who (tradition maintains) was the first woman initiated into the Buddha's order, goes to her foster son to seek his permission to die.
The Most popular dishes are: | Kabseh Lamb from Lebanese restaurant Ugarit on Cross Church Street; | Koobideh (meat kebab) from Persian restaurant Apadana on Viaduct Street ; | Mixed Bento from Little Lotus Sushi in the Kingsgate Shopping Centre; | The Classic Burger from Ox & Bone at The Melting Pot, Firth Street; | Chicken Tikka Masala from Kashmiri restaurant Lala's in St George's Square.
47) However, the ruins described by the Muslim historian likely belong not to the Sasanian fire-temple, but to the Achaemenid platform of Persepolis, as can be deduced from his descriptions of typical Persepolitan columns and the "anthropomorphic reliefs" that seem to refer to the famous processions of tributary peoples from the apadana.
The South exit or gate connects to the Apadana Palace.
also Appleton on the consistency in sex across lives in Apadana narrations ("Footsteps" 43f).
Darius the Great then erected a grand palace known as Apadana there in 521 BC.
But the plants are wearing breaking up the stone stairways at the palaces of Sad-Sotun and Apadana in Persepolis.
OPENED two years ago, Apadana has brought a unique taste of Middle Eastern cuisine to Huddersfield.
Apadana Palace consists of a pavilion, haramsara (a section for court ladies), gateway, entertainment hall and three central courtyards.
For a discussion on the consistency in sex across lives in the Apadana see Appleton ("Footsteps" 43-44) and also the remarks in Analayo ("Princess" 103).
Dietrich Huff's "Uberlegungen zu Funktion, Genese und Nachfolge des Apadana" aims first to analyze the (so-called) Apadana and to show the functional affiliation of the building to the enduring Iranian tradition of palaces, and then to discuss the relationship between the architecture of the Apadana and its function.