Discovering Ancient Maritime Treasures: Top 10 Shipwrecks
An Iranian archaeologist has accidentally discovered a bizarre object while diving into the coral seabed of the Persian Gulf in southern Iran. Initial estimates suggest the sunken object may have a spiritual significance as it bears religious shapes and motifs. “Coincidentally, while diving on the shores of the Persian Gulf near Qeshm Island, I found
Fishermen have recently discovered a historical anchor while amassing their nets on a Caspian seashore in northern Persia. “A historical anchor located in the bed of the Caspian Sea was trapped inside the net of fishermen near the shores of the city of Noor,” ISNA quoted Iranian archaeologist Ramin Adibi as saying on Wednesday.
A centuries-old shipwreck has recently been discovered off Iran’s coast in the Caspian Sea. “The remnants of a ship, which based on initial estimations date back to a time between the late Safavid era and early Qajar era, has been discovered off the coast of the Caspian Sea in Gilan province,” the deputy provincial tourism