By Mr.Ashayeri (JSI2340)
Ganjnameh petroglyphs are writings from the era of Darius the Great and Xerxes of the Achaemenid period, which were carved on one of the rocks of Alvand, 5 kilometers west of Hamedan and at the end of the Abbasabad Valley. The inscriptions are written in three columns of 20 lines each in ancient Persian, Elamite and New Babylonian languages. The ancient Persian text is placed on the left side of both tablets and has a width of 115 cm. The Elamite text is written in the middle of both inscriptions and the New Babylonian text is in the third column.