In the study of the history, culture and art of the peoples who once lived in the territory of ancient Parthia, scientific studies related to certain areas of expertise, especially pottery, are of great importance. Pottery plays an important role in the history of the Parthian state. In Turkmen ancestors, craftsmanship is the most sacred profession and requires strict honesty. Jewellers, blacksmiths, and potters were also in the service of the year and were praised people. The historical findings found as a result of excavations in Nisa Castle show that it had trade and cultural relations with the whole world. The Parthian kingdom, which was once famous in our land, left huge monuments. Those monuments have reached great heights and testify to the prosperity of our region. Along with ancient Nisa, Merv and Konya, it is recognized as a treasure of the whole humanity, which proves that the Turkmen people have made a huge contribution to the world civilization's treasure. In 2007, Ancient Nisa was included in the UNESCO World Heritage List. Artifacts found in Nisa include artefacts made of marble, gold, silver, bronze, glass, ceramics and rock crystal. May the soul of the Honorable President, who makes tireless efforts to pass on our material and cultural heritage inherited from centuries to our young generations, live long and prosper!