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New findings of Iranian archaeologists:

The Jiroft Halil River dates back to Paleolithic

The Jiroft Halil River dates back to Paleolithic
The first achievements of the Jiroft Paleolithic study, which was carried out in order to complete the archeological map of Iran, indicate the existence of Middle Paleolithic and probably Old Paleolithic settlements in the Halilrood basin.
According to the ECO Cultural Institute, quoting the Public Relations of the Cultural Heritage and Tourism Research Institute, Salman Anjumrooz, head of the Archaeological Board in the area, said: The purpose of assessing the distribution of human groups during the Pleistocene (2) from the southern parts of the Persian Gulf to the Iranian plateau is ongoing.
He added: "This study is the first fully specialized Paleolithic study to identify Paleolithic sites in southeastern Iran, which is about 50 years after the first studies conducted in this area of Iran."
According to the archaeologist, the first achievements of this study are the identification of Lavalva technologies, two-dimensional industries and instrument blades in the identified areas in the northern highlands and western foothills of Jiroft and indicate the existence of Middle Paleolithic and probably Old Paleolithic settlements in Halilrood basin.
 

 

 

 

Aug 17, 2021 10:05
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