2023-09-04

Persepolis-Chicago

Persepolis-Chicago

ranian documentary “Persepolis- Chicago” is about the adventures of the Achaemenid tablet fragments, which reveal the economic, social and religious history of the Achaemenid Empire in the fifth century BC. The tablets were discovered during the excavation of Persepolis, the ceremonial capital of the Persian Empire. About 90 years ago, archaeologists from the University of Chicago came to Iran to repair and study the inscriptions on some of these tablets.

This work was entered into The Archeology Channel International Film Festival (TAC) thanks to the efforts of IRIB Media Trade, and it has earned two awards: "Diploma of Honor for the Best Narrative" and "Diploma of Honor for the Best Inspirational Documentary".

The mission of this festival is to showcase the amazing diversity of cultures in the world, the past and present, and explore the current position of man in history and the contemporary world. This festival aims to promote and criticize the historical documentary genre and content producers in this field.

The Archeology Channel International Film Festival (Vine) was held from May 17 to 21 in Eugene, Oregon, USA.

The Persepolis-Chicago documentary is about the adventures of the Achaemenid tablets about 90 years ago, during which some American researchers from the University of Chicago came to Iran to restore and study the inscriptions engraved on a series of these tablets from Takht Jamshid and took them to America, but they were not returned.

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