Rare archaeological site ‘carved map of Khoshk mountain’ unveiled in Garmian

The Garmian Archaeological Directorate has made a significant announcement about the unearthing of an archaeological gem named the carved map of Khoshk Mountain.

According to the announcement, the site is situated on Khoshk Mountain, within the territories of Maidan and Bamo districts under the Garmian Autonomous Administration.

Described as one of the most extraordinary and scarce findings in Kurdistan, this monument has not been documented in any historical accounts, whether old or new.

Experts have drawn parallels between this discovery and the excavations at Darband Gaura in Karadag, dating back approximately to 2100 BC.

Notably, the map itself showcases a warrior in a victorious stance, symbolizing his conquest over adversaries.