Rock reliefs are amongst the most important cultural monuments of the Middle East. Ancient Near Eastern rulers installed them at mountain passes and rivers to illustrate their claims of dominance over these remote regions. In Persia, well-known examples include those from Iranian Fars, Khuzestan and Luristan that date to the Elamian, Achaemenid, Parthian and Sasanid periods. Further to the north in the Kurdish Zagros mountains are the oldest rock reliefs carved during the 3rd and 2nd millennia BC. Later examples from this region are Neo-Assyrian monuments of the 8th and 7th centuries BC, that include the large complexes at Bawian and Maltai in the Iraqi-Kurdish province of Duhok.
A unique mud whistle of slemani Museum, this specie is very unique and found in Zewe village – at the near of Peramagroon mountain
In the years 2017 we have the 8961 peoples diffrent type personal visit to slemany meusem .
we would like to express our deep gratitude to Mr.Shalaw Ahmad Aziz for donating ancient of the Dish pottery reign of parthina to Slemani Musem
we would like to express our deep gratitude to Mr.Rebaz Abdulla Hama Amin for donating ancient of the Metal sword reign of parthina to Slemani Musem
Visit Their Excellencies Paul Watzlavic, Counselor for Public Affairs
we would like to express our deep gratitude to both Mr.Ali Khasraw Ali and Mr.Krmanj Mustafa Rahman for donating ancient of the reign of parthina to Slemani Musem.
On 18/5/2017 slemani museum celebrated the International Musum day. official thanks were presented to those personali...
On 18/5/2014 was celebrated the International Musum day. A new exibition with objects collected around Sulaymaniah city was setup and official thanks ...