Iranian archaeologists have discovered pieces of Islamic pottery in Fars province, which have similar patterns to the prehistoric pottery remains of the territory. The decorated remains appeared during the fourth phase of excavation at the Madabad mound in the southern city of Marvdasht, IRNA reported.
“The new discoveries are especially important since they appear to belong to the Islamic period, but are similar to prehistoric pottery in terms of their design and mode of production.”Said the head of the archaeological team Madabad Ahmad Ali Asadi.
“The results show that the potters settled in the region and were not immigrants”Asadi added.
The Madabad mound was registered as a National Heritage of Iran in 1975.
Source: Press TV
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