The most updated bibliography of Iran archeology and history has been published in 5 sections and 17 chapters by Iran National Museum.
According to ECI public relations quoting IBNA, speaking on the subject, Jebreil Nokandeh, director or Iran National Library, said: 'The book is a review of Iran's archeology and history since the settlement of the first human beings in Iran during Paleolithic era to the early Islamic period and each section has been written by nationally and internationally renowned professionals of that field.'
'The information provided in different sections of the book have been compiled based on the outcomes of the latest excavations, explorations and archeological and historical researches and thus, this book may be considered a primary and updated source of information on Iran's historical background. The book contains several maps of the location of the important archeological sites of different eras plus professional pictures of these sites and historical and pre-historical objects of Iran mainly belonging to the collections of Iran National Museum that have been previously displayed at the exhibition 'Iran the cradle of civilization' held in Netherlands and Spain', he continued.
According to Om ul-Banin Ghafoori, the head of the publications center of Iran National Museum, the book contains 5 sections and 17 chapters and has been published in 224 pages and 1000 copies. The book may be purchased from Iran National Museum store.