In Iran, archaeologists have discovered more than 200 ancient relics and ruins of the buildings during excavations in the southeastern province of Kerman. Scientists believe the findings are proof that here lay the main route of human migration into Eastern Asia.
according to Tehran Times, the findings were made in the course of archaeological investigations in Koohbanan. In total there were found 205 relics and ruins of ancient buildings. This suggests that the region was not only historically well-known center for the production of vitriol.
the study showed that in the Paleolithic era there was a settlement. Archaeologist Alireza Sardari believes that it is in this place lay the main corridor for people travelling in Eastern Iran and Eastern Asia.
as for the finds, the archaeologists found destroyed buildings, mills, reservoirs, remains of villages and detached houses, towers, aqueducts, mines, stone tombs, and fortifications.
it is Noteworthy that they all belong to different periods of history. Some of the finds are dated to the Parthian period, while others belong to the dynasty of the Sassanids. Found and relics of early Islamic era.
of Particular interest to the scientists was an underground aqueduct. It turned out that in the region there was an extensive network of underground channels. Probably this caused the influx of population, resulting in beginning to grow the number of cities and villages, actively built temples, houses and bazaars.
by the Way, since February 2020 in Kerman working team led by Iranian archaeologist Nader of Alidad of Soleimani and German Professor Peter Pfalzner. Its purpose is to document evidence of previously excavated sites in the cities Jiroft, Kanudi, Anbarabad, Faryab and others.
Archaeologists also have to check launched in 2008 the hypothesis. Then Harvard Professor Peter Steinkeller said that Jiroft is the lost ancient city of Marhashi. Latest in written sources it is mentioned also as the Varash. It was a powerful city-state of the third Millennium BC.