Eshkaft-e Salman (Tarisha Temple) has embraced the greatest cuneiform script of modern Ilam. Eshkaft-e Salman is located in the south of Izeh and includes four embossing from Elamite era and remains of a building of Atabakan. This place has been the temple of worshipping Tarisha, one of Elamite gods. Apart from inscriptions, this area includes a mineral spring and cave from the heart of a mountain. There are four embossing in Eshkaft-e Salman, two of which are inside the cave and the other two are outside the cave. The greatest cuneiform script of Elamite era exists in this cave that has been there since Elamite prince, the native king Ayapir or Ayatem. Presence of women along with men for the first time can be seen in the embossing of this cave.