This historical site of 'Arisman' with 6000 years of antiquity is located in the Arisman Village in the township of Natanz. The same comprises of three archeological vicinities and lie in the skirts of the Karkas Mountains and to the north of it. This area resembles a workshop or foundry with colossal furnaces for the smelting of metals and the making of moulds. Earthenware evidences reveal that these are relics of the 4th and 1st millennium BC.
Other remnants are a brick construction which was most probably a foundry, and a cemetery where an urn has been discovered.
The township of Natanz is situated to the northwest of Esfahan (Isfahan). To its north is Kashan, and to the east is Ardestan. This city dates to the pre-Islamic era, and came under the influence of the general conditions prevailing in Esfahan and Kashan ...
The ancient relics in the surrounding area of current Ray (Shahr-e-Rey) are remnants from the pre and post Islamic era. As an example we may point out the Tabrak Castle (Cheshmeh ...MORE
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