PESHAWAR: Archaeologists in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa have found 2,000 years-old historic metallic artefacts from Peshawar’s Hayatabad neighbourhood.
The Archeology Division of the College of Peshawar in collaboration with the Okay-P Archeology Division had been excavating the Hayatabad Part V web site for the final three years.
The artefacts found embrace utensils, instruments, and industrial gadgets. The stays had been traced again to the Sateen tribe, which dates again to the twondcentury BC.
The provincial authorities are reviewing the location for restoration and the choice to transform the location right into a museum will likely be taken at a later date.
Earlier this yr, Chinese language archaeologists uncovered artefacts courting way back to 1700 BC close to Khanpur. The invention instructed that there was a civilisation within the space lengthy earlier than the Gandhara civilisation.
The artefacts, together with pottery, stays of metallic instruments, and stone gadgets, level to a hyperlink with Harappa and Moen Jo Daro civilisations – the 2 cradles of Indus Valley civilisation.