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Fragments of a column base from Hamadan

The base of the column bears an inscription that records the rebuilding of a palace at Ectabana 'by the favour of Ahuramaza, Anahita and Mithra'.
Fragment of column base from Hamadan.

Fragment of column base from Hamadan.
The British Museum 

The New Mithraeum
15 Jun 2009
Updated on Sep 2023

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Weissbach-Bang, Altpers. Keilinschr., 46; MMM II 88 No. 2.

Thâtiy / Artakhshatrâ / KHSH / vazraka / KHSH / KHSH(yânâm...... ) Imam / Apadâna / vashn(â Auramazdâhâ / Anah/i/tahyâ / utâ / M/i/trahyâ / akunâ / m)âm Auramazdâ / Anah[i]ta / utâ / M[i]tra / mâ(m /patuv / hacâ / gastâ...... ut)â / imam / tya / akunâ / mâ…...

(Ainsi) parla Artaxerxes le grand roi, roi [des rois ...... ] J'ai bâti (?) cet Apadâna suivant la volonté [d'Ahuramazda, d'Anahita et de Mithra]. (Qu)'Ahuramazda, Anahita et Mithra me gardent du mal.... et ce que j'ai bâti, de peur que……