This relief is named after Belula Pass after the strait in which it is found, or other times after the هۆرێن و شێخان Horen and Shekhan (Arabic: هورين- شيخان) after nearby villages. These were first described by Sir Henry Rolenson in . The drawings are thought to date back to Loloyans, who ruled during the 3th MILL BCE. 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.