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Fallen window leads to big archeological find in Ireland
A medieval window found by a farmer in his field has been the key to discovering what is regarded by historians as ‘hugely significant’ remains of a Cistercian settlement in east Co Meath, Ireland, dating back to the 13th century.
Japan hosts Iran archeological seminar
The 18th Archeological Seminar on Iran was held with the participation of 80 Japanese researchers in Tokyo.
Unique kiln, pottery unearthed at Alborz archeological site
A unique kiln and pottery with stamped and rope decorations have been discovered during an archeological operation at Imamzadeh Qassem Mound in Iran’s Alborz Province situated in the northwest of Tehran.
Heatwave reveals hidden archeological sites across England
The summer heatwave has revealed new secrets of England’s buried history to archeologists surveying the countryside from the air, Historic England said.
UNESCO adds eight pre-Islamic Iranian archeological sites to World Heritage List
UNESCO on Saturday added eight pre-Islamic Iranian archeological sites to its World Heritage List, the UN agency announced at a meeting in the Bahraini capital.
Iranians’ trace discovered in Persian Gulf
Archeological activities on the Gel Pokhti Hill proved the presence of the Iranian people in the pre-historic up to the historic eras in the coastal areas and hinterland of the Persian Gulf.
Zoroastrian feast held at archeological site
Zoroastrian Gahanbar feast, or Azar Goshnasp (The Fire of the Warrior Kings), was held in Takht-e Soleyman, located in Takab in the northwestern Iranian province of West Azarbaijan.
Archeological map of Pasargad to be prepared
Drawing up an archeological map of Pasargad (Pasargadae) ― an ancient city dating back to the Achaemenid era, located about 70 kilometers (43 miles) from Persepolis ― is a major program which has recently been undertaken, said caretaker of Pasargad Cultural Heritage Base.
Iran, Germany to expand archeological cooperation
Head of Iran Cultural Heritage, Handcrafts and Tourism Organization's Research Center in a meeting with the chief of German Archaeological Institute discussed the expansion of cooperation in the archeological sector.
Archeological dig set to resume at Malcolm X home
Researchers are returning to the boyhood home of slain civil rights leader Malcolm X to resume an archeological dig.
'Stone age art' in Upper Franconian cave not an archeological sensation
The Mäanderhöhle cave near Bamberg was previously regarded as an archeological sensation. It was thought to contain some of the oldest cave art in Germany. However, Julia Blumenröther, a former student at Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, has demonstrated in her Master's thesis that the markings discovered inside the cave in 2005 are not fertility symbols carved by humans as previously thought. In fact, these lines occurred as a result of natural processes, the archeologist says.
100 ancient sites identified in Dehloran plain
Archeological studies in Dehloran plain, in the western province of Ilam led to the identification of 100 ancient sites, said director of the archeological group involved in the studies.
Iran, top in archeological ranking
Iran is a country of top archeological standing, observed Professor R. Peter Pfalzner, from the University of Tubingen.
Archeological pieces stolen by terrorists in Syria recovered
Syrian authorities seized some valuable archeological pieces in Hasaka Province, 710 kilometers northeast of the capital Damascus.

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