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Paleolithic, Parthian works discovered in southern Iran
Operations to determine the boundaries of the ancient Khorbas Cave on Qeshm Island, Hormuzgan Province, led to the discovery of artifacts dating back to the Paleolithic and Parthian periods.
Four Paleolithic periods identified in western Iran
Operations to widen Kermanshah-Kurdestan freeway in the west of Iran have led to the identification of four Paleolithic periods in the area, according to the website of the Research Institute of Iran's Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts and Tourism Organization.
Paleolithic vestiges found in western Iran
Salvage archeological explorations conducted on a 100-hectare Kalag region in Ilam have led to the discovery of works dating back to the Paleolithic, Bronze, the Parthian, the Sassanid and Islamic eras.
Neolithic, Paleolithic hand cuttings found in Iran’s southern cave
The first season of archeological explorations in Anjiri Cave in Marvdasht, southern Iranian province of Fars, ended with the discovery of stone hand cuttings dating back to the Neolithic and Paleolithic eras.
Paleolithic region of Semnan has a 63,000-year history
Results of chronology tests conducted in Mirak Paleolithic region of Semnan indicates that the oldest layers of this site date back to 63,000 years, said the head of an Iranian-French archeological team.
Paleolithic relics unearthed on Qeshm Island
Excavation work on demarcation of historical cave of Khorbas on Qeshm Island came across relics of mid-Paleolithic, stone work architecture, and late Islamic-era pottery.

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