EghtesadOnline: The second season of archaeological studies in the Jam region of Mahallat, Markazi province resulted in the discovery of an adobe architectural structure from the historical era, the Research Institute of Cultural Heritage and Tourism (RICHT) reported.
The structure consists of different pieces of simple and illustrated clay works, various stone tools, etc.
RICHT Public Relations Office quoted head of the team of the second season of archeological studies in the Jam region in Mahallat, Leila Bani Jamal as saying the project was implemented with an aim of completing information in the field of real limits, survey of the extent of the turbulence in the region and identifying the periods of settlement, IRNA reported.
The archaeologist said, “In this season of studies in the Jam region with the setting up of a workshop in the northeastern side of the region a part of an adobe architectural structure was emerged.”
According to her, the remains included two perpendicular adobe walls with the width of 100 and 150 cm that probably belonged to a greater architectural environment dating back to the historic era.
The head of the archeological team further remarked that among the items obtained in the two seasons of excavations of the region different samples and illustrated clay works, various stone tools and stones devices can be mentioned.
Bani Jamal, stressing that Jam region is one of the most important and largest regions in the southeast of Markazi Province, noted that settlement evidence exists in this region indicating the settlement from the stone copper, bronze, Parthian and the Sassanid eras.