TEHRAN (IFP) -- An antiquity dating back to the 3rd millennium BC has been dug out in southeastern Iran.
The relic was unearthed in the town of Jiroft near the city of Kerman.
The antique object is a stone bowl measuring 8cm in height, with a diameter of 11cm.
Its originality has been confirmed by the Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts and Tourism Department of Jiroft.
Experts believe the relic is around 5 thousand years old and dates back to the Bronze Age.