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Discoverers of Ancient Artifacts in Private Properties Get Rewarded

 

 

 

16 July 2003


If someone discovers an ancient Iranian artifact in their private property and hands it over to Iran's Cultural Heritage Organization, the person will get rewarded, Cultural Properties Department of the Museums of Cultural Heritage Organization, announced.

"If someone accidentally finds a historical work in his private property and hands it over to the Cultural Heritage Organization, he will get paid," the Head of Cultural Properties Department of the Museums of Cultural Heritage Organization Masoumeh Mossala announced.

The reward depends on the discovery. For the found golden or silver objects a reward worth two times the weight of the object will be given to the finder.

The person will be paid only if it is proven that the historical work has been unearthed as a result of accidental and not illegal digging, Mossala said.

According to Iran's Cultural Heritage Organization law and the international regulations, the discovered artifacts will be then considered antique if they age 100 years or more.

 

 

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