Archaeological investigation at Mashhad Morghab, Fars Province, Iran, revealed relics and structures dated from Mesolithic, to Achaemenid era and Islamic era.
Archaeologists found evidence for industrial activities such as metalwork, glasswork and pottery in Tom Maroon, in Iran’s area of Persian Gulf. The site dates back from ancient Bronze Age up to the historic and Islamic periods.
Archaeologists discovered remains of buildings, pavements and rubble in the Chahar Bagh Abbasi street in Isfahan, Iran. The structures are dated from 16th to 20th century.
Archaeological investigation in the village of Natel Kenar Olia, by the city of Nour, northern Iran, resulted in numerous finds, among which are different architectural remains, including establishment of a castle, pottery dated to of the 3rd-4th centuries, and a glass seal with inscriptions in Kufic.
Iranian archaeologists discovered numerous ancient rock art sites across the country. Among the art are depictions of ancient hunters, tribal dances, cup marks, possible deities and beasts. But their date of creation is uncertain.
Excavations on a hill in Shazand, Markazi province, Iran, revealed remains of a settlement dating back 8000 years. The site contains relics from different periods, starting from the Neolithic.
A hoard of 12 century copper coins, containing 273 specimen was discovered during excavations near the village of Uzuntepe in Jalilabad region, south-eastern Azerbaijan. The coins date back to the rule of the Eldiguzid dynasty in 12th century AD.
Archaeologists from Kashan University conducted excavations at the site of Feizabad (Isfahan, Iran), an urban centre and settlement area during the Ilkahnid era (ca. 1256–1335 AD).
An interior cooling system of a house, dated to 7th-9th century has been found by Slovak archaeologists during excavations at the al-Kusur settlement on the Failaka Island in the Persian Gulf (Kuwait). Archaeologists from the Archaeological Instituteof the Slovak Academy of Sciences studied and documented the largest inhabitable settlement building at the site.