A stone of the Kalash Shin near the Kalushin Village in northeastern Iraq, about 200 meters from the Iranian border, and an important bilingual text has been carved out in Urartu and Assyrian languages (Akkadi). The estimated date of writing this text is around 800 BC!
The Assyrian side of the stone is severely damaged by repeated shooting by uninformed people, but the lines are still readable. On the back of the inscription, which is in Urartu, rubbing is seen on the rock.
Parsava Province was located in the west of Lake Urmia (Chichest), and in the sixth century BC a new government, called Khalidiyah, appeared and annexed the Parsova Provinces. King Khalidi shook the stone and placed it in the Klechin valley near the southwest near the border.