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Iranian Archaeologists to present Jiroft Civilization Findings at International Conference

 

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 29 March 2004

 

 

An international conference on archaeology in the Middle East will take stock of the new findings made at the historical Jiroft area in south-eastern Iran.

Opening on Monday, the conference is scheduled to discuss other experts’ findings in historical sites across the Middle East as well as the condition of historical areas in Iraq. Head of the Jiroft area explorations team Dr Yousef Majidzadeh said the conference was among the major international get-togethers on archaeology many world renowned experts take part in.

“This is a suitable opportunity to raise the findings of the second season of explorations in the historical Jiroft area, particularly the discovery of a kind of orthography and a 2300 year old ziggurat,” Majidzadeh noted.

The Iranian delegation in the conference is comprised of some archaeologists as well as Jalil Golshan, an ICHO deputy director and Dr Masoud Azarnoush, head of the Archaeology Research Center.

 

 

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