"Iranian and South Korean archeologists, who have started their researches on Paleolithic epoch sites of Gilan province, have succeeded in discovery animal remnants and stone tools belonging to 100,000 years ago in one of the caves.
Tehran, 8 August 2007 (CHN Foreign Desk) – In continuing their joint research in Paleolithic sites of Gilan province, a stone tool belonging to Moustrian people, more than 100,000 years ago, and remnants of animals dating back to the same epoch have been discovered.
Announcing this news, Mohammad Reza Bagherian, Iranian head of Iran-South Korea joint team told CHN: “During these researches, two rocky dwellings, two river terraces, and 13 caves have been excavated which have resulted in discovery the remnants of animal skeletons and stone tools belonging to 100,000 years ago in one of these caves. An animal tooth and part of its jaw have been discovered in the cave which according to Chi Dong Di, they must have dated back to Moustrian epoch, more than 100,000 years ago. He further concluded that the discovered stone instrument should have belonged to the same period as well.”
Iranian-South Korean joint team has finished the first season of their research project in cities of Roudbar, Deylaman Siahkal, Amlash, and Roudsar in Gilan province. (...)"
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