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Cultural development in the Kur River basin, Iran

William Marvin Sumner

Cultural development in the Kur River basin, Iran

an archaeological analysis of settlement patterns

by William Marvin Sumner

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Published by University Microfilms International in Ann Arbor .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Environmental archaeology -- Iran,
  • Kur River (Iran),
  • Iran -- Antiquities

  • Edition Notes

    StatementWilliam Marvin Sumner.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDS324.K87 S94 1972a
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxiii, 296 leaves :
    Number of Pages296
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14737171M

    The evolution of river basins and development of major river valleys are a result of these geological processes. Turkey, because of its complex geologic, geomorphic, and climatic settings, has many rivers that enter the surrounding seas and neighboring countries of Iraq, Iran, and Armenia. Coordinates. Dzungaria (/(d) z ʊ ŋ ˈ ɡ ɛər i ə /; also spelled Zungaria, Dzungharia,Zungharia, Dzhungaria, Zhungaria, Djungaria, Jungaria or Songaria) is a geographical region in northwest China corresponding to the northern half of Xinjiang, also known as Beijiang (Chinese: 北疆; pinyin: Běijiāng; lit.: 'Northern Xinjiang'). Bounded by the Tian Shan mountain range to the south and Literal meaning: Northern Xinjiang.

    The river basins and rivers of Afghanistan rise in the high Hindu Kush, mainly in the central highlands and northeast high mountains. Climate controls of river flow are determined particularly by winter snows in much of the middle and higher altitude area, but also by the summer monsoon in the east. a “The Kur River Basin in the Proto-Elamite Era – Surface Survey, Settlement Patterns, and the Appearance of Full-Time Transhumant Pastoral Nomadism.” In Cameron Petrie, ed., Ancient Iran .

    Development of ceramic production in the Kur River Basin (Fars, Iran) during the Neolithic. A compositional and technological approach using X-ray fluorescence spectroscopy and thin section. The river flows in Russia through forests, forest-steppes and of the twenty largest cities of Russia, including the capital, Moscow, are located in the Volga's drainage basin.. Some of the largest reservoirs in the world are located along the Volga. The river has a symbolic meaning in Russian culture and is often referred to as Волга-матушка Volga-Matushka (Mother ⁃ coordinates: 57°9′N 32°36′E / °N °E.


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Cultural development in the Kur River basin, Iran by William Marvin Sumner Download PDF EPUB FB2

Cultural Development in the Kur River Basin, Iran: An Archaeological Analysis of Setlement Patterns William M. Sumner University of Pennsylvania., - Excavations (Archaeology) - pages. Development of ceramic production in the Kur River Basin (Fars, Iran) during the Neolithic.

A compositional and technological approach using X-ray fluorescence spectroscopy and thin section petrography | SpringerLink. This study aims to characterize the Neolithic ceramics (Mushki, Bashi, and Jari wares) of the Kur River Basin and reconstruct the origin of the raw materials and Cited by: 4.

cultural development in the kur river basin, iran. an archaeological analysis of settlement patternsAuthor: WILLIAM MARVIN SUMNER. the development of pre-state societies in the highlands. We are becoming increasingly aware, however, of the regional context in which Tall-e Bakun A sat.

It is significant that three other fifth millennium B.C. sites in the Kur River Basin are each three times larger File Size: 2MB. Development of ceramic production in the Kur River Basin (Fars, Iran) during the Neolithic: a compositional and technological approach using X-ray fluorescence spectroscopy and thin section petrography Possum Pincé (UGent), Dennis Braekmans, Negar Abdali, Ella De Pauw (UGent), Sheler Amelirad and Peter Vandenabeele (UGent).

Rather quickly, elements of Kura–Araxes culture started to proceed westward to the Erzurum plain, southwest to Cilicia, and to the southeast into the area of Lake Van, and below the Urmia basin in Iran, such as to Godin Tepe. Finally, it proceeded into the present-day Syria (Amuq valley), and as far as phical range: South Caucasus, Armenian.

CHALCOLITHIC ERA in Persia. Chalcolithic (stages” (Paleolithic, Mesolithic, Neolithic, Bronze, and Cultural development in the Kur River basin Ages) and used by students of western European prehistory (E.

Henrickson, pp. The Participatory Technology Development (PTD) project, a component of PN24 ‘Livelihood Resilience in Dry Areas’ which is a project of the CGIAR Challenge Program on Water and Food, was extensively documented in the book, “Gathering Wisdom from the Field: Participatory Technology Development in Upper Karkheh River Basin, Iran.” The book outlines how the research paradigm in Iran Author: Julian Gonsalves.

people this river refers to «Mother Kur». A Kura River main tributary is Aras. The Aras River also originates in eastern Turkey in Erzurum province. It flows along the Turkey-Armenia border, along the Iran-Armenia border, along the Iran-Azerbaijan border, before flowing into Azerbaijan where it joins the Kura near the Caspian.

William M. Sumner, “Cultural Development in the Kor River Basin, Iran: An Archaeological Analysis of Settlement Patterns,” Ph.D. diss., University of Pennsylvania, Idem, “Malyan,” Iran.

rer. nat. Contact. About. A New Discovered Neolithic Site in the Kur River Basin of Fars Province, Iran. Chapter. The Long-Term Landscape and Resource Development at the Aceramic. Culture How Iran became a cradle of civilization. Ancient Persians were visually oriented and close to nature.

Artifacts that only narrowly escaped theft are now on show for the first time outside. Kor River (also Kur River) is located in the Fars Province of Iran.

The sources of the river are mostly in the Zagros Mountains near Mount Dena. It flows into the Bakhtegan Lake, which is a salt lake. The increased salinity level of the lake is due to the decrease in river flow.⁃ location: Zagros Mountains.

BRONZE AGE, in Iranian archeology a term used informally for the period from the rise of trading towns in Iran, ca. B.C., to the beginning of the Iron Age, ca.

was originally adopted as part of a chronological system based on assumptions about successive changes in the use of raw materials for tool manufacture, but, along with Iron Age and other comparable terms, it. The Kura (Turkish: Kura; Azerbaijani: Kür; Georgian: მტკვარი, Mt’k’vari; Armenian: Կուր, Kur; Ancient Greek: Κῦρος, Cyrus; Kurdish: rûbara kur ‎) is an east-flowing river south of the Greater Caucasus Mountains which drains the southern slopes of the Greater Caucasus east into the Caspian y: Turkey, Georgia, Azerbaijan.

I am currently working as Deputy for Cultural Affairs at National Museum of Iran and head of Paleolithic Department at the museum. In the same time, I am serving as member of research council of. The spheres of economic and cultural development in the territories of Azerbaijan gradually expanded towards the end of the 4th and the beginning of 3rd millennia BC, which led to the formation and spread of Kur-Araz culture in different regions of North and South Caucasus asFile Size: 1MB.

Bibliography. Development of ceramic production in the Kur River Basin (Fars, Iran) during the Neolithic: a compositional and technological approach using X-ray fluorescence spectroscopy and thin section petrography () Possum Pincé (UGent), Dennis Braekmans, Negar Abdali, Ella De Pauw (UGent), Sheler Amelirad, Peter Vandenabeele (UGent).

1 River Basin Trajectories: an Inquiry into Changing Waterscapes 1 Esfahan and the Zayandeh Rud River Basin, Iran François Molle, Iran Ghazi and Hammond Murray-Rust linkages between irrigation systems and the behaviour and management of river basins.

School of Development Studies, University of East Anglia, Norwich NR4 7TJ, UK. E-mail. discussed by American archaeologists working in Iran was the development of complex societies and the origins of the state. With its long cultural sequence, the KUr river basin provided data for evaluating that question, as well as data concerning the somewhat less popular subject of sub­ sequent cycles of development and collapse.

Sumner's. First in a series, this volume examines excavation at a small outlying mound, TUV, of Tal-e Malyan, a large urban site in the Kur River basin of highland Iran.

Portions of three building levels occupied during the late fourth millennium B.C. (Banesh Phase) were discovered.Ceramic material from the surface and excavations is similar to material from well dated sites in the highland Kur River Basin and indicate that the site was occupied during the fifth millennium B.Archaeologists describe one of the earliest cultural phases in Iran as the Banesh period.

It is dated in BC. Banesh is the typesite for this period. In the Early Banesh phase, around BC, Proto-Elamite culture emerged in the Kur River (or Kor River) y: Iran.