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tags: archaeology, China, Isfahan Province
An archeological site with an age of three millennia BC has been identified and undergone primary archeological examination in the city of Nataz, Isfahan Province.
Head of the Cultural Heritage Department of Isfahan Hossein Yazdanmehr said according to a report by a group of fans of cultural heritage of Badoroud city field examination has been conducted in the area and on the basis of primary data the site dates back to three millennia BC (five thousand years ago) wherein remains of some recent eras are visible.
He said preliminary studies show a high volume of surface remains such as clay works, tools such as clay trays for stripping grains, metal cutting device, and pottery baking and metal furnaces.
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