Monday, July 20, 2020

New in Arta: The Borazjan Monuments: A Synthesis of Past and Recent Works

The Borazjan Monuments: A Synthesis of Past and Recent Works
Zohreh Zehbari - Deutsches Archäologisches Institut (DAI), Berlin
Arta 2020.002
Since the 1970s, three Achaemenid monuments have been excavated at the sites of Charkhab, Bardak-e Siah and Sang-e Siah in the area of Borazjan, the capital city of Dashtestan, the largest county of Bushehr province in southern Iran. In this paper, the architecture of these monu-mental structures and other finds at the three sites are examined, with particular attention to chronology.

Achaemenid Research on Texts and Archaeology

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