Department of Archaeology, Bu- Ali Sina University,
Hamedan, Hamadan, Iran
Esmail Hemati Azandaryani
Department of Archeology, Bu-Ali Sina University,
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In studying the human past, the country of Iran has good claim to host some of the most significant developments anywhere on the planet. The archaeology of Iran thus provides a uniquely rich complex of research arenas within which to approach significant episodes of the human past. The course covers the archaeology of Iran, in all its periods from early prehistoric to late Islamic, with active field and laboratory researches around the Iran.
1. To provide an introduction to the archaeology of Iran 2. To provide result of Archeological Excavations 3. To provide result of Archeological Surveys 4. To consider the nature and interpretation of archaeological and textual sources in approaching the archaeology of Iran