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In 60 AH (680 AD), Hussein left Medina for Mecca with a small group of companions and family members to travel to Kufa.

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In 2006 the Iranian Cultural Heritage News Agency partnered with German Mining Museum in Bochum (Germany), in 2007 with University of Oxford and the Swiss University of Zurich for thorough investigations.A scientific long-term project was started, supported by Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG) and British funds.Four corpses, including a teenager and a woman, are kept at the Rakhtshuikhaneh Museum in Zanjan.Abbas debuted as a soldier in the Battle of Siffin, one of the main conflicts of the struggle between Abbas's father Ali and Muawiyah I, the governor of Syria, in 657 AD.Wearing the clothes of his father, who was known to be a great warrior, Abbas killed many enemy soldiers. Therefore, when Ali himself appeared on the battlefield, Muawiya's soldiers were astonished to see him and confused about the identity of the other soldier. With the help of Ubayd Allah, Yazid I conspires to kill Hussein by sending a letter to him in the name of people of Kufa (Iraq), inviting him to come to Kufa and guide them on the right path, an invitation that was accepted by Hussein; though most historians state that the letters were actually sent by the people of Kufa who later betrayed him when the body of Muslim ibin Akeel (Hussein's messenger to Kufa) was thrown from a building in the center of Kufa by Yazid's army while the people of Kufa stood silent.The Saltmen were discovered in the Chehrabad salt mines, located on the southern part of the Hamzehlu village, on the west side of the city of Zanjan, in the Zanjan Province in Iran.

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