Focus & Scope

 | Post date: 2023/11/13 | 
The Journal’s Beginning and History
The history of Iran boasts a rich culture and civilization, and it has always been a significant player in history. The aim of archaeology is to provide valuable insight into the history of Iran, its role, and mutual effects between Iran and neighboring areas. Nearly three decades have passed since the Iranian archaeological field experienced extensive movements and significant activities, resulting in a massive attendance of Iranian archaeologists. The professional and scientific journals publish some of these field findings. It is noteworthy that only a handful of journals covering archaeology and scientific research are available in Iran. Therefore, proper publication of field findings and interdisciplinary studies has been overlooked. It is noteworthy that only a handful of journals covering archaeology and scientific research are available in Iran. Archaeologists can achieve satisfaction by publishing scientific articles on their findings presented at research conferences. We are grateful to have achieved these goals and have taken further steps to promote the cultural heritage of ancient Iran. The journal of “Motaleat-e Bastanshenasi-e Parseh” received an official license from the Ministry of Culture and Islamic Guidance in summer of 2017. The journal received country Scientific Rank from Ministry of Science, Research and Technology in 2019. It is published quarterly, covering topics such as archeology, the history of Iranian art, comparative studies of Iranian art, and interdisciplinary studies. We hope this crucial undertaking will be accomplished through collaboration among researchers, authors, editorial board, and other colleagues, to solidify and advance the preeminent standing of this journal in the archaeological and scientific communities of the nation. In the near future, a scientific research license will be issued by the Ministry of Science, Research, and Technology and the endeavors of journal partners will yield additional fruitful outcomes. It should be noted that this journal was published in conjunction with the Cultural Heritage and Tourism Research Center, University of Bu-Ali Sina, University of Science and Culture, and Free University of Berlin. We aspire to a future in which Iran's archaeological knowledge achieves the greatest possible recognition. 

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