Bronze Age wall discovered in northeast Iran — The Archaeology News Network

Vestiges of a massive wall have recently been unearthed by a team of international archaeologists conducting a stratigraphy survey across the Tape (Hill) Naderi in Shirvan, northeast Iran. Credit: Tehran Times“Based on archaeological evidence, the wall, which is over four meters in width, is most probably part of a defensive wall constructed in the Bronze…

via Bronze Age wall discovered in northeast Iran — The Archaeology News Network

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