“Cyrus The Great” Monument In Sydney, Australia.
“Cyrus the Great” is believed to have lived from 600 BC to 530 BC.
The third photo shows the Cyrus Cylinder, which is presently located in the British Museum in London, England.
The Cyrus Cylinder or Cyrus Charter (Persian: استوانه کوروش) is an ancient clay cylinder, now broken into several pieces, on which is written a declaration in Akkadian cuneiform script in the name of Persia’s Achaemenid King Cyrus the Great. It dates from the 6th century BC and was discovered in the ruins of Babylon in Mesopotamia (modern Iraq) in 1879. It is currently in the possession of the British Museum, which sponsored the expedition that discovered the cylinder. It was created and used as a foundation deposit following the Persian conquest of Babylon in 539 BC, when the Neo-Babylonian Empire was invaded by Cyrus and incorporated into his Persian Empire. The text on the Cylinder praises Cyrus, sets out his genealogy and portrays him as a King from a line of Kings.
It is believed to be the first-ever documented evidence of the “Charter of Human Rights”.