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Mirabad-e Emam Qoli: a newly discovered Sassanid-era fire temple in south-eastern Iran

  • Leyla Fazel (a1) and Yaghoub Mohammadifar (a1)
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In 2013, archaeological survey at the Bam World Heritage site of the eastern part of Kerman Province in Iran discovered the remains of a previously undocumented Sassanid fire temple.

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Christensen, A.E. 1999. Sassanid Persia. Tehran: Seda-ye Mo'aser.
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Moradi, Y. 2009. Mil-e Milgah Chahartaq: a Sassanid fire temple. Archeological Studie (Faculty of Literature and Humanities University of Tehran) 1: 155–83.
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Antiquity
  • ISSN: 0003-598X
  • EISSN: 1745-1744
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