Avan is a name repeatedly repeated by Elamites and Sumerians and Akkadians in the inscriptions. The Sumerian scribes introduced Avon as part of the Ilam, and called the city of “ar-u-ra-wa” as well as the city called “sog-cole-half” meaning Elamite Lightning Because the city has bitumen resources, which is probably near the present day Dehloran.
Although the precise location of the center of Awan is not known, the probability is on the present day Shushtar as well as Lorestan. According to the Akkadian and Sumerian inscriptions, the Avan dynasty ruled for 356 years, which established the rule of the 26th century BC and until 2230 BC persisted. From the lineage of this rule, a person named “Police.” Among the famous kings of this dynasty is the Poles, Lauh-Ases, Heyshp Roths I and II, and Paso-Cutique Inchoshinak.