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Private inscriptions are an important part of Corpus of Sassanid inscriptions that lasted until the first century AH. An important part of these inscriptions are the inscriptions that contain important information about the burial of Zoroastrianism in the late Sassanid era and the beginning of Islam in Iran. The majority of these inscriptions have been found in Fars; in addition to Fars in Yasuj, Xian China, Istanbul, these inscriptions have also been found. Some of these inscriptions are dated and have a definite temporal assignment. One of these important inscriptions is the Eqlid inscriptions, dating to the late Sassanid period, and contains important information about the late Sassanian dynasty and burial diversity. This inscription is the last historical inscription before the fall of the Sasanian. It is dated to the reign of Yazdgerd III, ie November 11th and 12th of the year 6th Yazdgerd's reign against February 638 AD. Keywords: Sasanian, Funerary inscription, Eqlid, Inscription, Burial.