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Professor Michael Danti Discover Magazine Interview

April 14th, 2014 in Archaeology, Discovery, Faculty, Graduate Student, Iraq

All of Iraq is not created equal

— at least not for archaeologists. Its war-torn  northern region, known as Kurdistan, has been closed to digs for more than half a century. But the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) is now allowing a team led by Boston University archaeologist Michael Danti to search the mountainous area for artifacts.  Their continuing  efforts in the western Zagros Mountains, along the Turkish and Iranian  borders, likely represent the best chance yet to dig at the root of Kurdish origins.  Click here download PDF and read the rest.

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