Belt Caves and Hutu

مهر 01, 1396
The cave is located in the village of "Trojan", five kilometers southwest of the city of Behshahr. This cave is located on the slopes of the Alborz Mountains and facing the sea, at the beginning of the entrance to Behshahr, and at a distance of fifty meters from its place, the cave of the belt. The cave was first discovered in 1949 by Professor Carleston, a professor at the University of Philadelphia. The results of the explorations and research carried out indicate that the lives of the first humans (in the Paleolithic, Medieval and Neolithic periods) are in the above cave.

The cave is famous for the discovery of human skeletons dating back to seventy thousand years. The most important of these discoveries is the skeletal body of a 16-year-old mother and her baby. The cave now has two doors at different heights and a ventilation hole in the ceiling. Part of the movie "Aphi" was created by Jamshid Aria (Jamshid Hashempour) in the cave.

The main effects of the cave include blacksmiths of flint, seaweed and deer bone called "Lagazar Gattoza", as well as the skeleton of three humans found in the belly cave, probably in 75,000 BC. After researching other experts carefully, Carleston came to the conclusion that during the middle part of the rock, the inhabitants of the cave lived their lives by hunting animals such as deer, gooseberries, sheep and wild goats. So that during the ancient Neolithic period they were able to domesticate animals such as goats and sheep and even cultivate them.
In general, the works found in the caverns of the belt and the Hutu complement each other.
This situation allows us to examine the delivery and evolution of mankind in the Mazandaran area from the freezing period to the present. The richness and breadth of the information from these caves is so low that it has been observed less frequently throughout Iran.
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