50 ancient objects restored in Mazandaran

January 26, 2019

TEHRAN – A select of 50 historical objects have recently been restored by teams of cultural heritage experts and restorers in Iran’s Mazandaran province, CHTN reported.

“The objects are composed of magnificent bronze objects dating from Sassanid era (224 to 651), which were damaged over time,” Seifollah Farzaneh, the provincial tourism chief, said.

Cleansing, desalination and the removal of surface sediments, and strengthening were practiced as the extent of damages were initially assessed, he said.

The restored relics are now on show in a heritage museum in Sari, the capital of the northern province.

The Sassanid era is of very high importance in the Iranian history, under which Persian art and architecture experienced a general renaissance.

AFM/MQ/MG

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