Teppe Hasanlu or Tappeh Hassanlu is an archeological site of an ancient city located in northwest Iran (in the province of West Azerbaijan), a short distance south of Lake Urmia. The nature of its destruction at the end of the 9th century BC essentially froze one layer of the city in time, providing researchers with extremely well preserved buildings, artifacts, and skeletal remains from the victims and enemy combatants of the attack.
The Iron Age levels have been the most thoroughly investigated at Hasanlu. The remnants of material culture recovered there, especially the artifacts found inside the burned citadel buildings of Hasanlu IVB, includes thousands of ceramic, iron, bronze, stone, glass, ivory, and gold artifacts. The cemetery to the north of the citadel used during periods IV and V yielded hundreds of artifacts as well. Furthermore, the nature of the site's destruction, in which buildings, artifacts, and some 240 inhabitants were entombed in the collapsed, fiery debris, has afforded a unique opportunity to excavate a particular moment in history, revealing valuable information about the everyday life and customs of the area.
The site was inhabited fairly continuously
from the 6th millennium BC to the 3rd century AD. It is famous for the "Gold Bowl" found by a team from the University of Pennsylvania led by Robert Dyson.
Hasanlu hill in tinsel town is located 7 km from the ancient hills, one of which dates back more than six millennia BC appears Hasanlu Hills with an area of 30 hectares and a height of 20 m at 7 km North East of the city in West Azerbaijan province and is located near the village of Le faith. Large golden trophy Hasanlu which is related to the Manayy been discovered in the hills. The exploration is done and out of the territory of ancient works of female ornaments, decorative sculptures, bronze and iron daggers and Dshnhhay been discovered. God, the god of the earth and the sun god, as well as the high priest Cup and several other of the most striking examples of the art of its time, this tournament is now in the National Museum of Iran. Hasanlu castle and its defensive wall: All around the castle wall to a diameter of 3 m and a height of 7 feet was engulfed. At a distance of 30 m from the rampart of the castle, square towers of 10 × 10 m was built. Hasanlu castle courtyard in the center of a regular polygon is made. All around the courtyard, hypostyle halls, rooms large and small, are long Ayvanhay. At the southern end of the courtyard is the altar at the northern end of a stone tablet with a height of three meters and without any visible signs. Related buildings in the central courtyard: In Southeast Forum with a large central courtyard has unearthed a warehouse. The Great Hall several Khmrhhay found
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