I Am an Iranian Daughter

Iran`s Historical Monuments,Iranian`s ceremonies,and some times my Thoughts, Diary...

Monday, April 06, 2009

My promise

As I promise you, it is time to talk a little about ancient Iran museum.
The above picture shows some statue of the animals which belongs to 4000 years ago.

one of the interesting and wonderful thing in ancient Iran museum is the corps of the head and left foot of a noble man which is refer to 1700 years ago. He fell into the salt mine in Zanjan (one of the western provinces of Iran) and died. Scientists work on it and by using the Carbon 14 test estimated his age 37. Because of the earring on his left ear which was the symbol of nobility among people at that time they understand that he was from a noble family.

One of the most interesting thing I ve seen there was the woman statue. It belongs to 7000 years ago. I could not find its photo in Google just I could find the above picture. The statue I saw is similar to this but in some details, such as the long hat and the dot on the cheek were not for the one I saw. I suppose that it is the Goddess of productivity.

They are some other thing you can find there.

Also you can see some part of Persepolise in ancient Iran museum.
Nest time I will write about the story about one of the persepolise wall picture.


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At 12:25 AM , Blogger meisam said...

salam:D ishala ke haleton khobo khosho sare halo top bashin,man meysamam az pakistan yani inja alan dars mikhonam ishala ye 20 30 roz dige in term univ tamom she miam iran;)
khastam beporsam mishe neveshtehaye blogetono bedozdam?:D goftam ejaze begiram bad bedozdam;)
khastam mail bezanam mailetono peida nakardam sorry!

At 12:39 AM , Blogger meisam said...

aha sorry yadam raft mailamo bezaram:D
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At 5:17 PM , Anonymous Erika Daem said...

Dear Eftekhar,
My name is Erika DAEM. I am from Belgium. By coincidence I saw your profile in this blog and I would like to get in touch with you as I have some concrete questions about coming to Isfahan to study Persian at university. As you teach Persian language course to foreigners I guess you can help me with finding some answers to my questions... I would like to start the course in September/October 2009 and I am trying to find a host family in Isfahan where I can stay for half a year while I am taking classes. I also think it would be nice to meet you once I am there, so I am looking forward to hearing from you...


At 5:48 AM , Anonymous Al said...

Interesting blog

At 4:59 PM , Blogger laura said...

The head and corpse are very interesting!!
I was just in Iran in April. I absolutely loved it. It is such a beautiful country and all of the people I met were absolutely wonderful. Unfortunately I didn't have enough time to see everything I wanted to see (including the museums) so I missed out on quite a bit. I'll just have to go again to see the rest. :)

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At 5:31 PM , Anonymous kate said...

Thank you for sharing a bit of your country's history!

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