Relics and artifacts dating back to Sasanian era uncovered in Iraq

The Iraqi Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Antiquities announced yesterday, Monday, that it had uncovered relics of buildings and other artifacts dating back to the end of the Sasanian era and the inception of the Islamic era.

The ministry said in a statement, viewed by Shia Waves Agency, that “the Committee overseeing archeological missions in Iraq visited the site of Tel al-Badu in Holy Najaf, where the artifacts were discovered.”

The head of the committee Suhail al-Timimi said that “the artifacts found included glass vessels, flasks and jars made of pottery,” reiterating “the Committee’s instructions to continue searching for other archeological objects, expected to be in the same site.”

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