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Hello. My name is Denis Arnaud, also known as Denis.arnaud on selected MediaWiki sites. I am 49 years of age, and now live in Essen, Germany. I work as a head of optimization and data engineering in the digital division of a world-wide logistics company.

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Naqsh-e Rostam is an ancient Persian necropolis located about 12 km (7.5 mi) northwest of Persepolis in Iran. The site includes rock reliefs from the Achaemenid and Sassanid periods, and four tombs of Achaemenid kings. The oldest relief, dating from around 1000 BC, is thought to be Elamite in origin. The tombs carved into the rock, as seen from left to right in this panoramic photograph, are thought to belong to Darius II (423–404 BC), Artaxerxes I (465–424 BC), Darius I (522–486 BC), and Xerxes I (486–465 BC), respectively. An inscription on the facade of Darius I's tomb mentions his conquests and achievements. In the far left of the image is the Cube of Zoroaster, belonging to the Achaemenid era (5th century BC); its purpose is unclear. Inscriptions on its walls in three languages have been described as the "most important historical documents from the Sassanian era".

Photograph credit: Diego Delso

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General statisticsEdit

User ID 121065
User groups extended confirmed user
Is administrator? 0
First edit 2006-12-19 18:08
Latest edit 2018-08-19 09:06
Live edits 3,760 (98.6%)
Deleted edits 54 (1.4%)
Total edits 3,814
Edits in the past 24 hours 7
Edits in the past 7 days 43
Edits in the past 30 days 90
Edits in the past 365 days 184
Average edits per day 0.9 (4,260 days)
Average edit size* 178.3 bytes

PagesEdit

Pages edited (total) 2,232
Average edits per page 1.709
Pages created 623 (27 since deleted)
Pages moved 145
Pages deleted 1

FilesEdit

Files uploaded 13
Files uploaded (Commons) 16

Edits (live)Edit

(Semi-)automated edits 376 (10%)
Edits with summaries 3,446 (91.6%)
Minor edits 3,146 (83.7%)
Small edits (<20 bytes)* 1,576 (41.9%)
Large edits (>1000 bytes)* 229 (6.1%)

ActionsEdit

Thank 23
Approve 0
Patrol 2
Accounts created 0

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Global edit counts (approximate)Edit

en.wikipedia.org 3,510
www.wikidata.org 109
fr.wikipedia.org 27
commons.wikimedia.org 20
uk.wikipedia.org 5
meta.wikimedia.org 4
es.wikipedia.org 4
ru.wikipedia.org 3
it.wikipedia.org 2
de.wikipedia.org 2

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