Median antiquities unearthed in Hamedan 

November 29, 2017 - 11:23

During a road construction project a collection of antiquities dating back to Median era (8th to 7th centuries BC) were found in the city of Hamedan, western Iran, on Tuesday.  The antiquities including centuries-old tools and potteries are believed to be the remains of the ancient city of Ecbatana. Additionally, two stone coffins dating back to Sassanid era (224 to 651 AD) were discovered in the area.Excavations to find more relics are still ongoing. Tasnim / Abdolrahman Rafati

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