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Determines Qoli Darvish Age
24 December 2007
(CAIS) -- British scientists believe Qoli Darvish historic site in Iran dates back
to about 3000BCE to the early Bronze Age era.
Oxford University researchers determined the exact date of the site by studying
22 lab samples sent by Iranian archaeologists.
Former archaeological evidence supported the theory that the site had been a
bustling metropolis in the Iron Age, with all political, religious and
The Qoli Darvish historic mound is located near the city of Qom and is
considered one of the most important sites in the Central Iranian Plateau.
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