عنوان مقاله [English]
This essay is on exploring and reading two newly discovered Elamite bricks that were accidentally discovered by the authors in the spring of 2019 at the ancient hilltops of Dehno and Choghazanbil. The bricks are currently held in the World Heritage base. The first inscribed brick is written in Akkadian language but its writing system is the Middle Elamite and after more assessments, it was found that it belongs to the “Igi-hatet” king of the Middle Elam era (classical) this brick is similar to all the brickworks found in the Dehno Khuzestan plateau. This brick inscription refers to the rebuilding of the temple of Goddess Manzat by “Igi-hatet”. The second brick found at Choghazanbil, and based on the epigraphy and stylistic we assume that it belongs to “Untash-Napirisha”, it is written in Middle Elamite script and language and refers to the construction of a high temple. Both bricks have been broken and badly damaged, and belong to the damaged and incomplete fragments.