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Ancient Village Found in Bushehr


27 February 2006




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LONDON, (CAIS) -- A number of ancient structures made of stone and mortar have been discovered near Pardis Mountain in the southern province of Bushehr, a researcher said.

Speaking to ISNA, Badie Dashti added that the underground historical site is located some 50 kilometers away from Pardis Mountain.

The buildings formed a section of an ancient village, she added. Remnants of the historical village, she noted, include columns and the collapsed ceilings of houses which lie one meter below the surface,“ Dashti said.

Referring to her findings in the historical site of Jaam, she further stated that she has also come across some artifacts at the summit of Pardis Mountain.

Drawing an analogy between the two areas, she said that the only difference is that the artifacts found in Jaam were buried while the latter is located above the heights.

She observed that the recently discovered area dates back to at least 20,000 years ago.

Dashti is a UK-based researcher and has been engaged in research works on the historical site of Jaam located in Siraf, northeastern Bushehr province, for ten years.




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