Satellite data, along with U.S. spy satellite and military drone images are being used by archaeologists to view remote sites in Afghanistan that are too dangerous for researchers to visit.
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.
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).