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LATEST ARCHAEOLOGICAL & CULTURAL NEWS OF IRAN & THE IRANIAN WORLD

 

Photo Report: Tappeh Sialk's Northern Mound

 

18 April 2008

 

 

LONDON, (CAIS) -- Archaeologists from Iran, Britain, France, Germany, and Italy have been studying the Tappeh Sialk's northern mound for past two weeks.

 

Director of excavation: Dr Hassan Fazel Nashli

Location: Tappeh-ye Shomali (Northern mound), Silak (also Siyalk) - in the southwest of Kashan, on the way to Fin - Esfahan Province.

Distance between two major mounds: 600 metres.

Period: Neolithic

Dated to: 6,000 BCE

 

Pictures courtesy of: Mr Ahamd Pishkar

 

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