Annual Symposium on the Iranian Architecture

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  • Archaeological survey confirms Iron Age site in northeast Iran  2020-02-22 19:31

    Archaeological survey confirms Iron Age site in northeast Iran 

    TEHRAN – Iranian archeologist Hassan Basafa said on Wednesday that further surveys confirms the previous notion that Seh Tappeh (meaning three hills), an archaeological site near Neyshabur city in northeast Iran, dates back to the Iron Age.

  • Discover Neanderthal tooth, Iron-Age funerary offerings at Tehran show 2020-02-19 20:50

    Discover Neanderthal tooth, Iron-Age funerary offerings at Tehran show

    TEHRAN – The National Museum of Iran in downtown Tehran is showcasing a collection of charming and exquisite delights of Iranian history in an exhibit that comprises photos and documents related to an enigmatic tooth which has been recently proved to belong to a Neanderthal child, as well as Iron-Age funerary offerings for the afterlife!

  • Tehran archaeology symposium to convene experts from around the globe 2020-02-03 10:18

    Tehran archaeology symposium to convene experts from around the globe

    TEHRAN – A number of international cultural heritage experts, historians and archaeologists have been invited to attend the 17th Annual Symposium on the Iranian Architecture, which will be held on February 18-19.