Kermanshah (IP) – The historical background of "Qabaq Tappeh" village in "Kuzaran" city of Kermanshah Province (western Iran) dates back to 2000 BC, and the existence of Assyrian memorial stone in some areas of Kuzaran proves its historical antiquity.

Iran PressIran News: According to the excavations that started two years ago in Qabaq Tappeh village, a carved stone was found which belonged to the Assyrian period and around the eighth century BC.

Archaeological excavations are currently underway in Qabaq Tappeh.

The Head of the Qabaq Tappeh archaeological group, Sajjad Alibeygi, said that according to new findings, there was an administrative, political, and military building in the area, which was built after the Assyrian conquest and occupation of the village.


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