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  • Ancient decorated potteries unearthed in eastern Iran 2020-10-21 20:00

    Ancient decorated potteries unearthed in eastern Iran

    TEHRAN – A number of ancient potteries bearing geometric patterns and symbols have recently been unearthed during an archaeological survey at Gabri archaeological site in Sarbisheh county, eastern South Khorasan province.

  • Millennia-old tomb, skeleton and spearhead unearthed in western Iran 2020-09-26 20:36

    Millennia-old tomb, skeleton and spearhead unearthed in western Iran

    TEHRAN – A team of Iranian archaeologists has discovered an ancient human skeleton with a spearhead beneath its ribs in a tomb chamber in a rural area, western Kordestan province.

  • Islamic-era tomb-chamber, skeleton discovered in northwest Iran 2020-09-20 23:19

    Islamic-era tomb-chamber, skeleton discovered in northwest Iran

    TEHRAN – A human skeleton has recently been discovered by a team of archaeologists while conducting a demarcation survey across Geoy Tepe in northwest Iran.

  • Deformed skull of ancient human unearthed in Isfahan 2020-09-12 19:48

    Deformed skull of ancient human unearthed in Isfahan

    TEHRAN – Iranian archaeologists have recently unearthed a deformed skull of an ancient human in a prehistorical mount in the central city of Isfahan.

  •  Third Parthian skeleton unearthed in Isfahan 2020-09-08 21:30

     Third Parthian skeleton unearthed in Isfahan

    TEHRAN – Iranian archaeologists have discovered the remains of an ancient human in a prehistorical mount in Isfahan, central Iran, saying that is “the third Parthian skeleton” being unearthed there over the past couple of weeks.

  • ‘Half the world’ Isfahan to embrace another tourism hub 2020-08-17 19:30

    ‘Half the world’ Isfahan to embrace another tourism hub

    TEHRAN – Tepe Ashraf, the sole archaeological hill in Isfahan, which has recently yielded significant evidence of ancient life in the central Iranian city, will be turning into a new tourism destination particularly for researchers, history buffs and people interested in archaeology.

  •  A view of the Gold Bowl of Hasanlu, ca. 900 BC 2020-08-14 21:54

    By Afshin Majlesi

    The absolutely magnificent ‘Gold Bowl of Hasanlu’: Sixty-three years later

    TEHRAN – Sixty-three years ago, an Iranian man, named Emamqoli Mohammadi Hasanluei, unearthed a millennia-old gold bowl in the debris of a burned building, part of the major architectural complex at Teppe Hasanlu near the city of Naghadeh in the northwestern province of West Azarbaijan, a short distance south of Lake Urmia.

  • Skeleton of another ‘Parthian lady’ discovered in Isfahan 2020-08-11 19:30

    Skeleton of another ‘Parthian lady’ discovered in Isfahan

    TEHRAN – A team of Iranian archaeologists has found what they say is the skeleton of the second Parthian-era (247 BC – 224 CE) lady at the ancient Tepe Ashraf in Isfahan, hoping new range of discoveries offer novel clues about the history of the central Iranian city.

  • Ancient human skeleton unearthed in Isfahan 2020-07-25 18:17

    Ancient human skeleton unearthed in Isfahan

    TEHRAN – The remains of an ancient person, believed to date back to the Parthian era (247 BC – 224 CE), has been discovered during an archaeological season which is underway at Tepe Ashraf, the sole archaeological hill in Isfahan, central Iran.

  • Ancient horse remains discovered in central Iran 2020-07-02 00:15

    Ancient horse remains discovered in central Iran

    TEHRAN – An ancient burial containing the remains of a horse -- estimated to be four years old -- has been discovered by archaeologists in Tepe Ashraf, the sole archaeological hill in Isfahan, central Iran.

  • Achaemenid clay tablets, Iron Age relics, and skeleton to go on show at Qazvin museum 2020-06-21 20:00

    Achaemenid clay tablets, Iron Age relics, and skeleton to go on show at Qazvin museum

    TEHRAN – A batch of recovered Achaemenid-era (550-330 BC) clay tablets, which were on loan from Iran to the Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago since 1935, along with an Iron Age collection composed of a human skeleton and burial relics, will be displayed at a museum in the city of Qazvin.

  • Flash floods unearth human skeletons dating to later Islamic times 2020-05-09 20:30

    Flash floods unearth human skeletons dating to later Islamic times

    TEHRAN – Two human skeletons, which have newly been discovered in Iran’s northern Golestan Province, are estimated to date from the later Islamic times, CHTN reported on Friday.

  • Cave bearing ancient human skeletons discovered near Tehran 2019-10-16 19:21

    Cave bearing ancient human skeletons discovered near Tehran

    TEHRAN – Iranian archaeologists have recently discovered remains of human skeletons reportedly dating back to ancient era in a cave in Lavasan region near Tehran.

  • running 2019-08-07 11:48

    New device helps running with less pain

    TEHRAN- Researchers at Tehran University of Medical Science have designed a new device that can help people run or walk long distances with consuming less energy and feeling less pain or tiredness.

  • Ancient teenage girl’s skeleton discovered in northern Iran 2019-02-17 09:20

    Ancient teenage girl’s skeleton discovered in northern Iran

    TEHRAN – The skeleton of a teenage girl, dating back to 3000-5000 years ago, has been unearthed by an Iranian archaeological team in Bozrudpey, Babol county, northern province of Mazandaran, CHTN reported on Saturday.

  • Bronze-Age skeleton, objects unearthed 2019-02-02 21:34

    Bronze-Age skeleton, objects unearthed

    TEHRAN - A human skeleton and related objects, dating from the Bronze Age (c. 3300–1200 BC), have recently been unearthed in Bandpey rural area, Mazandaran province, northern Iran.

  • Iron-Age skeleton, objects unearthed in Gilan 2019-01-16 19:06

    Iron-Age skeleton, objects unearthed in Gilan

    TEHRAN – A human skeleton and objects, dating from the Iron Age, have recently been unearthed from an ancient graveyard in Rostamabad, Gilan province, northern Iran.