Lorestan Archaeology has new things to say. Archaeologists have discovered new traces from prehistoric times to the Islamic era on the Amrayi Aleshtar hill in Lorestan.
According to ISNA, quoting the public relations of the Cultural Heritage and Tourism Research Institute, Mehdi Heidari, the head of the Lorestan Archaeology board of the project, announced the project is to determine the area and propose ”Amrayi Alshtar” hill in Lorestan province.
On the subject of prehistoric and historical cultures examined by the Lorestan Archaeology Board, he said: “In this season, 16 trenches were created around the hill. Of these trenches, in 9 cases we encountered architectural remains and cultural artifacts, and in seven of the trenches, no cultural relics were observed.
The archaeologist said that among these trenches, cultural remains from the copper and stone, bronze, historical and Islamic periods were found, adding: “These measures lead to recognizing the dimensions and extent of Amrayi hill and, on the other hand, our better understanding of the archaeological situation of Amrayi hill and Alshtar plain is divided into different periods.
The head of Lorestan Archaeology board continued: “After the completion of this project, the condition of Amrayi hill was determined in terms of its extent and a technical map was presented that determines the area and area of the hill.”
Heidari said: “Studies on the discovered cultural findings are the beginning of further studies related to archeology and the cultural status of this ancient site in Aleshtar.”
Amrayi Hill, where artifacts from the prehistoric period of ancient Iran to the post-Islamic period have been found, is located in the village of Valiabad in the city of Aleshtar in Lorestan province. This work has been registered in the list of national works of Iran on the 10th of October 2001 with the number 4067. As 96 percent of human-like is unknown to us, any archaeological finding is helpful.