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Archaeologists have Identified Fifty Ancient Sites in Bushehr
05 December 2006
(CAIS) -- Fifty archaeological sites were identified in
southern Iranian province of Bushehr, reported the Aryan Heritage
News Agency (Khabrgozāri-e Miras-e Āriā) on Sunday
majority of the sites date back to the Sasanian dynasty (224-651 CE) and about
20 percent, to the Achaemenid dynastic era (550-330 BCE)", according
to Nasrollah Ebrahimi a senior archaeologist with Bushehr’ Cultural Heritage
and Tourism Organisation (BCHTO).
The archaeological research began in the city of Borāzjān and ended in Sa’adābād
near Dalki river. The research project has been done with the aim of preparing an
archaeological map of the region and identification of the historical and geographical locations in the
He added, ”we have discovered three fire temples and six water mils in Mohamadābād
region, which all identified as Sasanians, which will be excavated in the near future.”
Heritage New Agency (CHTN)
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