The Language Exhibit used excerpts from royal inscriptions, administrative documents, and diverse religious texts to illustrate the major languages and scripts of Ancient Iran. Visitors were able to examine a replica of the famous Cyrus Cylinder, written in Babylonian language and script, as well as having their names written in Pahlavi (Middle Persian).

Left: Volunteer Dutton Crowley studies material at the Language table

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