Tepe Sialk

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  • 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.

  • A total of six clay vessels, which believed to date back to the fifth millennium BC, have recently been unearned in Moushelan Tepe, a significant archaeological site 65 km west of Tehran. 2020-05-20 21:25

    Seven-thousand-year-old clay vessels unearthed in Iran

    TEHRAN – A total of six clay vessels, which believed to date back to the fifth millennium BC, have recently been unearned in Moushelan Tepe, a significant archaeological site 65 km west of Tehran. 

  • Situated halfway between Kashan and Fin in Isfahan province, Tapeh Sialk has yielded interesting pottery pieces, metal tools and domestic implements made from stone, clay and bone that date from as early as the 4th millennium BC. 2019-11-27 21:26

    Louvre hosts conference devoted to Iran’s ancient Sialk hills

    TEHRAN – The Louvre on Monday hosted an international conference on Tapeh Sialk (“Sialk hills”), which is one of the oldest and richest archaeological sites in central Iran.