Apadana


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Apadana

The hypostyle hall of Persian kings, such as that found at Persepolis, in Iran.

apadana

The columnar audience hall in a Persian palace.
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A Critical Edition, with Translation, of Selected Portions of the Pali Apadana.
For the complete text, see "Mahapajapatigotamitheriapadanam," in Apadana Buddhavamsa-Cariyapitaka, ed.
From these ruins, the Apadana Palace, at the main entrance, with 36 columns and three balconies (12 columns in each) in the North, South and Eastern sections of the palace have been remained.
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Last year, his company designed and produced a firewall system called Apadana, intended to protect web-based information from hackers.
Takht-e Jamshid Palace aACAo Apadana On top of the rocky mountain of Rahmat in the plain of Marvdasht, the ruins of Takht-e-Jamshid palace are pre-eminent.
The two Ekottarika-agama passages to be translated below are parallels to the stories of Bhadda Kaccana (32)--apparently an alternative name for Rahulamata and thus for Yasodhara (33)--and Bhadda Kapilam (34) found in the Apadana and Pali commentaries.
Jan Tavernier ("Iranians in Neo-Elamite Texts") has set out for the first time to list all the Iranian names and loanwords in the corpus of Neo-Elamite texts (299 from the Acropolis and 7 from the Apadana at Susa, 24 letters from Nineveh).
In response to the allegations of dismissal, Chitsaz wrote, "As you are very well aware, I have resigned from my post for the reason of ICHTO's negligence toward Susa heritage sites as well as ignoring my constant protest over the illegal construction of the Amirzargar Hotel, only 30 meters from the Apadana Palace, which has been constructed on the top of the Elamite and Achaemenid dynastic remains.
Apadana (Dariush) Palace This palace was constructed by the order of Darius (Dariush) the Achaemenian on the top of Elamite hillocks and is known as Dariush (Apadana) palace.
47), as parallel versions preserved in the Pali Apadana (partly also Nettippakarana), the Bhaisajyavastu of line Mulasarvastivada Vinaya, Turfan manuscripts, and translations into Tibetan and Chinese amply demonstrate (p.