Relief of the Persian king Xerxes (485-465 BC) in the doorway of his palace at Persepolis, modern-day Iran. The bearers of the parasol and the towel-and flywhisk symbolize the royalty and power of the monarch.
Photo courtesy and taken by Jona Lendering, via the Wiki Commons

Relief of the Persian king Xerxes (485-465 BC) in the doorway of his palace at Persepolis, modern-day Iran. The bearers of the parasol and the towel-and flywhisk symbolize the royalty and power of the monarch.

Photo courtesy and taken by Jona Lendering, via the Wiki Commons

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