Category: Iran

Nick Bartos 2 years ago
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When Ed Keall first visited Iran, at the age of 24, little did he realise…

Current World Archaeology 7 years ago
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Three opulent palaces sit within a stone's throw of each other, built when Persian kings…

Current World Archaeology 8 years ago
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The shallow waters of the inland sea known as the Persian Gulf might well hold…

Current World Archaeology 9 years ago
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Project aims to study development of mud-brick enclosures dating to the Early Islamic Period

Current World Archaeology 11 years ago
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The story of the red-brick Gorgan Wall. Snaking at least 195km from the Caspian Sea…

Current World Archaeology 11 years ago
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Ever since the 17th century, Mughal emperors have had a stronger hold on the world's…

Current World Archaeology 12 years ago
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Bisitun, site of a rock-cut relief that enabled the decipherment of cuneiform Babylonian has been…

Current World Archaeology 12 years ago
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Mark Horton writes from Iran where he explored the site of Siraf

Current World Archaeology 13 years ago
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The forgotten Achaumenid Empire is remembered in a new exhibition at the British Museum

Current World Archaeology 15 years ago
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Exclusive report on the effects of the devestating 26.12.2003 earthquake on the historical remains of…