A stone grave yard dating back to the Parthian Empire, 247 years B.C. , was discovered in Falavarjan district of Isfahan province in Iran.
Hafiz Karimian, the head of the Cultural Heritage and Tourism office in Falavarjan added that the graves are spread in a 168 acre of land and so far 400 hundred graves are counted by archaeological office.
Karimian added that the graves are all constructed by stones in two different heights of 70 to 130 centimeters, and the paperwork is underway to register the grave yard as a national cultural heritage of Iran.
With the discovery the hopes are high that many mysteries of the Parthian life would unfold to historians. The entrance of the graves is East ward while the floor of the graves is made of large pieces of stone.
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