The University Museum Excavations in Iran

Originally Published in 1971

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19311932 Tepe Hissar (Damghan), Director Erich F. Schmidt; with the Philadelphia Museum of Art and the American Institute for Persian
Art and Archaeology.
1931 Tureng Tepe, Director Frederick R. Wulsin; for the William R. Nelson Trust of Kansas City.
19341939 Rayy ( Rh ages ) and Cheshmeh Ali, Director Erich F. Schmidt; with the Boston Museum of Fine Arts and the Philadelphia Museum of Art.
19371939 Persepolis, Naqsh-i Rustem, Istakhr, and Tali Bakun, Director Erich F. Schmidt; with the Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago and the Boston Museum of Fine Arts.
1949 Bisitun, Belt, Khunik, and Tamtama Caves, Director Carleton S. Coon.
1951 Hotu and Belt Caves, Director Carleton S. Coon.
1956 Hasanlu Project, Director Robert H. Dyson, Jr.; with the Iranian Archaeological Service; also with the Metropolitan Museum of Art since 1959. Co-directors Vaughn E. Crawford (1959-1964) and Oscar White Muscatel (1966-1970).
1956 Tepe Hasanlu.
1961 Hajji Firuz, Dalma, Pisdeli Tepes, Codirector T. Cuyler Young, Jr. 1964 Ziwiye and Agrab Tepes.
19661968 Dinkha Tep.
1968 Hajji Firuz Tepe, Co-director Mary M. Voigt.
19681970 Se Girdan, Director Oscar White Muscarella.
1971 Qabr Sheykheyn, Director Henry T. Wright; Codirector Harvey Weiss; with the University of Michigan.
1971 Tepe Malyun, Director William M. Sumner; with the American Institute of Iranian Studies. *Still in progress.

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"The University Museum Excavations in Iran." Expedition Magazine 13, no. 3-4 (August, 1971): -. Accessed April 18, 2024. https://www.penn.museum/sites/expedition/the-university-museum-excavations-in-iran/


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