Called the هۆرێن و شێخان; Arabic هورين- شيخان Horen w Shexan Relief after the nearby villages, or the Belula Pass Relief after the strait in which it is found.
These were first described by Sir Henry Rolenson in 1836. The drawings are thought to date back to Loloyans, who ruled during the third millennium BC. It includes a drawing of three people: one warrior and two captives. The warrior is shown holing a bow in his left hand, a spear in his right hand, and an axe hangs from his belt.