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نویسندگان [English]چکیده [English]
We live in a world,that is based on these conflicts! This is contrary to the broad meaning of the rituals of ancient Persia, even though in Zoroastrianism this conflict(Spenta Mino and Ankrah Mino) have established the creations .lion and bull dispute, One of the oldest Iranian art motifs are used. The authors choose the Baisonghor’s Kalila wa Dimna and the scene at Persepolis:killing the bull by lion, And comparing them with one of the carvings remains of Mithraism, in which Mithras is killing the bull. The research Tries to find similarities between them, although there are differences according to their historical and geographical position .In this article, the data is collected form library and written documents and Internet sources. The study also crosses – Analytical, That Similarities and differences in the tables are designed and have also been studied in comparative perspective. In this article, after a brief description of Mithraism rituals, legends and myths and symbols as well as lion and bull, the image of fighting in Persepolis and Baisonghor’s Kelileh and Dimna is studied and compared with the ritual killing of cattle Mithraism. And finally, it concludes that: In this picture there are undeniable similarities. Although many books and articles have been written about the fighting scene in Persepolis and it’s similarities with Mithraism,The main difference between this research and other studies is finding possible Widespread implications the writing of Kalila wa Dimna to paint mythological concepts in conjunction to Timurid era.