Iran, Caucasus; Common heritage in spread of civilization
Tehran, The book Achaemenid Culture and Local Traditions in Anatolia, Southern Caucasus and Iran was unveiled at National Library of Iran by looking at a common heritage in the spread of Iranian civilization.
Achaemenid Culture and Local Traditions in Anatolia, Southern Caucasus and Iran, an archeological collection essays of Iranian writers and scholars from the Caucasian countries, was published thanks to the efforts of Skold Ivancic and Vakhtang Licheli, translated by Shahin Ariamanesh and published by Cultural Heritage Publishing House and Ariaramna.
Morteza Rezvanfar, a faculty member of Humanities Research Institute commented on the common works of Iran and the Caucasus, saying, Iran's civilization is far broader than current geographic location. In the North Caucasus region, there are villages speaking Pahlavi and there is a village called Persia.
Source: Islamic Republic News Agency IRNA