Sassanid school in Bishapur

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In the courtyard of the citadel, there is a monument built in the style of Islamic schools.
This building, which is likely to be Sasanian and later changed in the Islamic period, belongs to the 4th century AH, the Al-Boyah period, in the central courtyard of this building there are pillars with inscriptions on the Kofi script. The existing inscriptions on the columns provide a great help to date it. On the bottom of the columns, there were probably wooden foundations that hold the roof of the building. The entrance of this school is in a special way so that it can not be stuck in a stomp.

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