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17 January 2015
Discovery of 5000-year old archeological site in Iran

An archeological site dated to three millennia BCE has been identified and primary archeological examination conducted at Badoroud, a suburb of the city of Natanz, on the western edge of the central desert of Iran, in the north of Isfahan Province, between the Persian Gulf and the Caspian Sea.
     Hossein Yazdanmehr, head of the provincial Cultural Heritage Department, said preliminary studies show a high volume of surface remains such as clay works, tools such as clay trays for stripping grains, a metal cutting device, pottery kilns, and metal furnaces.

Edited from IRNA (11 January 2015)

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