Abbas Alizadeh

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Abbas Alizadeh (born 1951) is an Iranologist and Persian archaeologist. Alizadeh is a senior research associate at the Oriental Institute of The University of Chicago, who works with the Iranian Prehistoric Project. He has supervised foreign teams of archaeologists working throughout Iran.

He is known for his investigations of Chogha Bonut.[1]

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  1. ^ Mullen, William. PERSIAN CITY'S RUINS, RICHES FIND A HOME IN CHICAGO, Chicago Tribune, September 9, 2000

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