The state of Urartu, located near Lake Van, reached its peak in 750 BC. e. It was conquered and plundered by the Assyrian king Sargon II (722-705 gg. BC. E.) And probably tribes move north and ravage the country. Since there is a significant gap in time between the period of the rise of Persepolis and Urartu, the impact of the latter on the Persepolis seems unlikely. Although little remained of the Indian construction period, it is believed that they had a strong influence on the architecture of the Achaemenid period. This assumption, of course, needs to be tested, for new digs in Iran have given us the opportunity to see the settlement of the Indians. Their buildings are more like construction of Cyrus in Pasargadae.