Roşan Lezgîn

The word of “Zazana” in the Behistun Inscription

During his reign (549-485 B.C.), in Eastern Kurdistan Darius the Great, near the city of Kirmanshan, now called “Behistun”, wrote a text in ancient Persian in Ilami and Aqadi on a tablet. This word, which is now called “behistun” originally comes from the word “bagastana”. It means “place of God” in ancient languages. The Persian […]