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LATEST ARCHAEOLOGICAL & CULTURAL NEWS OF IRAN & THE IRANIAN WORLD

 

February 2013

 

"The future belongs to the nation who appreciates her past."

 

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Please Note: With great regret we have to inform our news readers that from March 2009 all Iranian archaeologists' are ban on giving interviews. Therefore, all the archaeological related news from Iran is now under the Islamic Republic's censorship and we are unable to provide you with news-updates regularly as we did in the past.

 

 

 

28 February:

Iran's cultural heritage organisation, the greatest plague for Iranian heritage

 

26 February:

Sasanian palatial house discovered in Lorestan

 

08 February

Qom’s Parthian fire temple left at her own devices to be destroyed

 

07 February:

Literature on the Persian Empire examined at lecture

 

04 February:

Iranian archaeologists to return to the prehistoric Bam-e Qeshm Geopark

02 February:

ICHHTO to Deliver One Last Blow to the Already Suffered Sasanian City of Gundeshapur

 

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