Naqsh-i Barjastah-i Timur
Pul-i Abginah, Iran
A rock relief dating to the latter part of the reign of Qajar Fath-Ali Shah is carved onto a rock face along the side of the main road leading through Pul-i Aginah, a village to the south of Kazirun. A chronogram on the relief dates the image to 1829-1830/1245 AH. The relief depicts Timur Mirza, here referred to as Timur Shah, seated on a throne with a pet lion. To his right and left are attendants. 


Luft, J. P. "The Qajar Rock Reliefs." Iranian Studies 34, 1-4 (2001): 31-39.

IranShahrPedia: Encyclopedia of Iranian Architectural History entry:
Archived site (Jan 13, 2020):

Registration number in Fihrist-i Asar-i Milli-i Iran: 19314. Date of registration: 01/05/1384 (Solar Hijri).

منابع فارسى

: دانشنامۀ تاریخ معماری و شهرسازی ایران ‌شهر

شمارہ ثبت در فہرست آثار ملی ایران: ۱۹۳۱۶. تاريخ ثبت: ۱۳۸۶/۰۵/۰۱ 

Pul-i Abginah, Iran
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1829-1830/1245 AH
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نقش برجسته پل آبگینه
Naqsh-i Barjastah-i Pul-i Abginah
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public monuments