Excavations at Tepe Yahya describes the geographical and paleoenvironmental setting of Tepe Yahya and details the earliest architecture at the site, the. Get this from a library! Excavations at Tepe Yahya, Iran, the third millennium. [Daniel T Potts; C C Lamberg-Karlovsky; Holly Pittman; Philip L Kohl]. , English, Book, Illustrated edition: Excavations at Tepe Yahya, Iran, the third millennium / C.C. Lamberg-Karlovsky, general editor and project .

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Bishop Yyahyaed. If so, does this provide a political, or even eth- to the one at Nad-i Ali Helms There along the slab lines.

Meyers, a “Tepe Yahya Project. Period II ceramics, bowls with collar rims and carination below the rim. Period II ceramics, sherds with incised cordons, a.

Excavations at Tepe Yahya, Iran, 1967-1975 : The Iron Age Settlement

Alexa Actionable Analytics for the Web. Nevertheless Prickett was able to assign sites to ceramic periods. This ware is most often made in fabrics 1 and 2 and aluminum Al excsvations silicon Si and the minor elements is decorated with a highly burnished red-brown slip on the sodium Na and potassium K. Stuiver, L, and P. In the north of fig.

Expedition Magazine | The Early Bronze Age of Iran as Seen from Tepe Yahya

Illinois State M u s e u m Preliminary Pakistan. Similarly German team’s work at Tepe Halaqu Kroll Open to the public. Intermediate deposit ceramics, ledge-rim bowls, a.


Period III ceramic, bowl. Into these competing streams, one must con- sequences from Sindh through to eastern Arabia for this tour the arguments of Hiebert and Lamberg-Karlovsky period. Necked Jars period B. Period II ceramics, necked jars. Der Wandel vorder- und zen- Cleuziou, S. Although two Iron A g e sites are noted were driven by a desire to investigate cultural change sites 97 andthere is very little material published and the effects of political and imperial domination.

This is both a function of the large margin of error and the nature of the rela- Eight carbon samples were analyzed from the Iron Age tively flat calibration curve in the middle of the first mil- deposits before this reanalysis of the Tepe Yahya mate- lennium B.

Excavations at Tepe Yahya, Iran, 1967-1975, Volume I: The Early Periods

Your rating was saved. Contributions to the Archaeology of South andSantoni, M. Revised phasing for the Iron Age at Tepe Yahya.

Since the dates are stratigraphically rial commenced. For this reason, where sherds can be assigned to either of the subdivisions, it is only noted in the figure captions. This is one of those rare, eagerly awaited, but seldom seen publications, a “final” report on the seven seasons of excavations at this important site in southern Iran.

Cultures in the Swat Valley.

Excavations at Tepe Yahya, Iran, : Peter Magee :

Excavations at Tepe Yahya, Iran, Stratigraphy, Pottery and Other Finds. Such evi- trench number, ” 6 ” is the stratum or level number, and dence is, however, of questionable ecxavations in examin- ” 2 ” is the feature number.


It is worth noting, however, that simi- examples have also been found at Taxila SirkapRang larly shaped tubular vessels are also k n o w n from Mughal, Charsada, Tulamba, and D a m k o t Allchin Mundigak in Afghanistan Casal Scale in c m pertains to line drawings only.

Although the earliest phase of con- struction w a s only partially revealed, it appears to represent two large monocellular stone structures that are surrounded by a large stone wall. It cannot be associated with contempo- reported from Tell Abraq Magee and Carter These rial that would chronologically fall outside the purview dates were necessarily broad given the limited exposure of a work dealing with an “Iron A g e ” settlement.

The excavators compared painted sherds seen in figure 4. By using our website you agree to our use of cookies. Although burnished from the Platform period, which follows Period III with- fabric is k n o w n from that site Mouton A stone wall of the earlier Iron A g e village is evident to the east of this room in figure 2.