The “grandee” relief of Bahram II (c. 276-293) is a rock relief located at Naqsh-e Rustam.
On each side of the king, who is depicted with an oversized sword, figures face the king. On the left stand five figures, perhaps members of the king’s family (three having diadems, suggesting they were royalty). On the right stand three courtiers, one of which may be Kartir. This relief is to the immediate right of the investiture relief of Ardashir I, and partially replaces the much older relief that gives Naqsh-e Rustam its name.