Iranian Researchers Decipher Cuneiform Inscription

The software’s developer, elaborated on the cuneiform dictionary, saying, “The software is able to decipher and provide translation for the inscriptions which date far back to Achaemenid era into four languages of Persian, Kurdish, English and Arabic.”

Researchers of Islamic Azad University have managed to develop a spectacular software application which not only translates cuneiform inscriptions but provides the users with their pronunciations.

The Cyrus Cylinder
The Cyrus Cylinder

According to a report by Entekhab, as translated by IFP, Omid Amini Azar, the software’s developer, elaborated on the cuneiform dictionary, saying, “The software is able to decipher and provide translation for the inscriptions which date far back to Achaemenid era into four languages of Persian, Kurdish, English and Arabic.”

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Kul-e Farah is located near the city of Izeh in Khuzestan, southwest Iran.

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