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The Archaeology Museum of Kerman is located in Harandi Garden and consists of 5 displays from the pre-Islamic to the Islamic eras. The first display houses artifacts found in Shahdad excavations such as clay, stone and metal vessels which date back to the 3rd and 4th millennia BC. The second display includes Jazmourian artifacts from the end of the 3rd millennium and beginning of the 2nd millennium BC. The third display includes Seleucid (312 –63 BC) to Parthian (247 BC–224 CE) era artifacts such as goblets, flasks, and ram and bull rhyta. The fourth display showcases decorated earthenware and small bronze animal statues found in Jiroft. The fifth display houses glazed vessels metal objects and stone inscription from various Islamic eras. 

Archaeology Museum

  • Address

    Fardowsi St., Harandi Garden