The section on evolution in Persia to Farahvar appears to be speculative, and the facts seem to contradict it. Please refer to "Treasury Relief" of Dariush which clearly shows both the winged disk (or sun) and the Farahvar. 126.96.36.199 (talk) 15:30, 19 November 2008 (UTC)
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From roughly 2000 BC, the symbol also appears in the Levant and Mesopotamia and Asia Minor. It appears in reliefs with Assyrian rulers and in Hieroglyphic Anatolian as a symbol for royalty and to depict the god Ashur, transcribed into Latin as SOL SUUS (literally, "his own self, the Sun", i.e., "His Majesty")