New archaeological season commences at Iran's Laodicea Temple

June 28, 2020 - General

A new round of archaeological exploration has been commenced at the enigmatic Laodicea Temple in the city of Nahavand, west-central Hamedan province with the aim of uncovering more finds from the Seleucid era (312 BC-63 BC).

Credit: Tehran TimesThe project also aims at solving the problems of the residents of the districts near the site, who haven’t been allowed to construct buildings for over 50 years, ISNA quoted provincial tourism…

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