Tehran, Jan 18, IRNA – Head of an archeology group said based on the remains discovered in the site such as the furnace for clay baking it has been revealed that Iranians generated energy from animal fertilizer some five thousand years ago.
Head of the archeology group at Tappeh Dasht, north of Sistan and
Baluchestan Province, Mehdi Mortazavi said Tappeh Dasht is a workshop
for producing clay in a 5.7-hectare area, 3 km from southwest of the
Burnt City in north of Sistan and Baluchestan province.
to the preliminary excavations, its antiquity dates back to the second
era of inhabitance in the Burnt City, that is to say 2,800 years B.C. [...] irna.ir/