Anthropological Museum of the Persian Gulf

Anthropological Museum of the Persian Gulf

The anthropological museum of the Persian Gulf is located in the city of Bandar Abbās (Hormozgān region) and was inaugurated in the Esfand month of the Solar HiGE 1386 as one of the largest anthropological museums in the south of the country.

The museum building, with the architecture of southern Iran, located in the historic area of ​​Berke Bārān, was built on three floors as follows:

-The land includes: the public space, the various services, the specialist library and a permanent exhibition.

Second anthropological section-which includes: the part of the traditional bazaar (which illustrates the conditions of the market and exchange in Hormozgān together with 11 wax statues), the liberation of the castle of Hormoz (in this part we can hear the sound of the clash of the swords, the muzzle-loading rifle, the cannon, the noise of the fighters in the battle scenario and five statues representing war scenes), the hunt and the hunters (in this part the sound of the sea waves and the gulls next to the ear to four statues with a boat and a 'boat on the sea and you can observe the activities of fishing and fishermen such as the construction of boats, lances (type of boat), the intertwining of networks etc ...).

Third floor - archaeological sections - which include: ancient and historical works and objects related to the prehistoric period; objects in terracotta, stone, metals like copper, bronze, iron related to the third millennium up to the first AD; historical period with objects in terracotta, stone and metal dating back to the Parthian and Sassanid period; Islamic period: objects in terracotta, metal, ceramics and wood dating back to different Islamic periods from the initial centuries up to the qajara period and the silver, nickel, bronze and copper coins related to the periods of the Seleucids, the Parties, the Sasanids, of the Umayyads, of the Ilkhanids, of the Timurids, of the Turkmen Āq Koyunlu, of the Safavids, of the Qajari and of the Pahlavi.

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