Prehistoric tools found in northern Iran
29-Apr-2009 (3 comments)

Iranian archeologists have found about 30,000 Neolithic and Upper Paleolithic stone tools in a cave in northern Mazandaran Province. The team also found skeletal remains of Neolithic and Upper Paleolithic animals in the Kumishan cave along with earthenware and botanical samples.

recommended by Q


Anonymous Observer


by Anonymous Observer on

They are actually Imam-e-Zaman's long lost household belongings.  They will be finally united with their rightful owner by being thrown in the Jamkaran well in a grand ceremony attended by President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and millions of devout followers the 12th Imam. 


And Jews are already lining up to claim it...

by verytass on

And the Jews are already lining up in the courts to claim it. So they can destroy the civilization that save them.

Maryam Hojjat

IRI's Thieves have been.....

by Maryam Hojjat on

selling these artifacts to the forgien countries for millions.  IRAN has a lot of such a millioners by selling off IRANIANS heritages.


Down with IRI