Condition: This sculpture is in perfect condition.
Bronze Dimensions :
Height 15" X Width 15 1/2"
Weight :11 LBS
Inventory : 96YRD100410369
Cyrus the Great (580-529 BCE), a towering figure of history of mankind, was the first king in the world to be referred to as "The Great," was son of Cambyses the elder, the vessel Persian king of the Median Empire called Anšan and Mandana the Median princess, daughter of Astyages. His ancestors of the Achaemenid Dynasty for several generations had ruled the Persian kingdom of Anshan, in what is now Khuzestan province, in southwestern Iran. His name "Cyrus" (a transliteration of the Greek Kυρoς) is the Greek version of the Persian Koroush or Khorvash meaning: "Like the sun" in Persian khour means "sun" and vash is a suffix of similarity. He is cast using the ancient old "Lost Wax Method" stained in brown patina. 100% handmade and 100% bronze.