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Book Explores Urartuian Hieroglyphic Inscriptions

Book Explores Urartuian Hieroglyphic InscriptionsBook Explores Urartuian Hieroglyphic Inscriptions

Cultural Heritage and Tourism Research Center has released a book on research related to inscriptions from Urartu Civilization.
The book “Urartuian Hieroglyphic Inscriptions From Iran” has been authored by researcher Maryam Dara, ILNA reported.
Urartu, also known as the Kingdom of Urartu or the Kingdom of Van, was a civilization which developed in the Bronze and Iron Age of ancient Armenia, eastern Turkey, and northwestern Iran from the 9th century BCE. The first joint chapter of history between Iran and Armenia is said to have taken place in Urartu where Armenians aided and abetted Iranian tribes against Assyrians and Mannaeans.


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