Archaeologists unearthed pottery dated to Sassanid era and early Islamic era at Bazeh Hoor, Mashhad, Iran.
Parts of an ancient paved road were discovered by archaeologists in the Bolhayat Strait region, Fars province, South Iran.
Excavations at Istanbul’s Avcılar district unearthed hundreds of unguentaria – small ceramic or glass bottles – containing traces of antidepressants and heart medications. The find was made at the site of ancient Greek city of Bathonea.
Early Medieval settlement at the present-day town of Agsu in Azerbaijan was unearthed by archaeologists. The town dated from 3rd to 4th century AD developed around a Sassanid period fortress walls.