Tomb of two Elamite princesses

tomb-Elamite-princeseesShishegar, Arman. 2015. Tomb of the two Elamite princesses: Of the house of King Shutur-Nahunte son of Indada. Neo-Elamite period, phase IIIB (ca. 585–539 B.C.). Tehran: Pažuhešgāh-e Sāzmān-e Mirās̱-e Farhangi.

This book, published in Persian, is an archaeological report of a tomb excavated in the village of Jubaji,  south-east of Ramhormoz, on the eastern boundary of the province of Khuzestan, south-western Iran. In April 2007, during the digging of a water channel by Khuzestan Water and Power Authority, a subterranean Tombstone was discovered but unfortunately was almost entirely ruined. Later, an excavation team directed by Arman Shishegar was immediately dispatched to the site to carry out rescue excavation. The tomb was completely excavated in three months. The tomb belongs to two Elamite Princesses from the house of a Neo-Elamite king: Shutur-Nahunte son of Indada.

Šišegar, Ārmān. 1394 /2015. Āramgāh-e do bānuy-e ʿīlāmi az ḫāndān-e šutur nahunte, pesar-e indada (dore-ye ʿīlam-e no. marhale-ye 3b, ḥodud-e 585 tā 539 p.m). Tehran: Pažuhešgāh-e Sāzmān-e Mirās̱e Farhangi.

In Original:

شیشه‌گر، آرمان. ۱۳۹۴. آرامگاه دو بانوی عیلامی از خاندان شاه شوتور نهونته، پسر ایندد. دورهٔ عیلام نو، مرحلهٔ ۳ ب (حدود ۵۸۵ تا ۵۳۹ پ. م). تهران: پژوهشگاه میراث فرهنگی.