Parthian coffin burial discovered in southwest Iran


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An ancient coffin burial has been found in Jubji, a historical site in Iran’s southwestern Khuzestan province.

Parthian coffin burial discovered in southwest Iran
Credit: Mehir

Preliminary speculations suggest that the coffin may date back to the Parthian era (247 BC–224 CE).

A team of Iranian archaeologists discovered the object while conducting a rescue operation in Jubji, Mehr reported on Sunday.

Source: Tehran Times [December 06, 2018]



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