Iranian Arquelogos located two-meter giant Tomb

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In addition to the body, the excavation team discovered a large number of objects, such as dishes, ceramic bowls, pots and other utensils of great historical significance. | Photo: Sputnik Novosti

A group of archaeologists found a tomb in Iran, where they discovered the remains of a human being, whose height could be determined more than two meters.
The remains were located in the province Iranian of Lorestan and date of thousand 500 years approximately. According to studies, it could belong to someone who lived in the time of the Sassanid Empire, the second Persian Empire, which dominated Iran and other territories over the years 224 to 651 B.c. > 12 important archaeological discoveries in the history of the head of the excavation, the Ata Hasanpour archaeologist team, was responsible for the announcement of the discovery.
“In the North of the area of Chia Sabz found the tomb of a man of advanced age about two meters in height from 1400 to 1800 years of antiquity consisting of four walls of clay, covered with a large stone slab”, said.

کشف اجساد ۱۸۰۰ ساله در لرستان / ببینید https://t.co/43HLMWNx73 pic.twitter.com/JtmFEGRCaD – airjet (@airjet19) 2 February 2017 the Tomb measures two meters and 25 centimeters long, which makes it possible to deduce that the buried person exceeded the height of two meters.
Also, were found a large number of objects that represent a treasure trove of great historical importance, which dates back to thousands of years.
The treasure includes dishes, ceramic bowls, painted vases, stamped decorations, coins and stone tools. Investigations suggest that objects date back to the time of the Achaemenid Empire (330-550 b.c.) and are the first who located in Lorestan province.
During the excavation, the archaeologists found two columns, which believe that they are part of an ancient ceremonial room.
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