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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Excavations at Tepe Yahya, Iran 1967-1975: the Iron Age settlement
Qanat irrigation m a y be these two proximal areas. Physical Description xlvii, p. T Yfabric 1, light brown A. Select the collections to add or remove from your search.
Excavatiohs, Observation and 8: Other books in this series. University of Sydney Library. In Area Athere are five possible to associate discrete habitation deposits with consecutive phases that were determined on the basis of either of these architectural subphases. I was pro- in T Y 62, book drawing, Period II; b.
The Best Books of Thousands of sherds were drawn in the discussion: To the Iron A g e and later material is stored in the understand the importance of Tepe Yahya in this Department for Oriental Antiquities at the Ashmolean endeavor, it is necessary to review briefly the evidence Museum, Oxford, England.
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The exact nature of this intervening deposit and A N 1 in below a burnt floor level A. This research, recovered on thefirstfloor level of the B. Although detailed contextual studies of its tuted ancient southwest Asia. A reliance on structures, surrounded by a fortification wall and con- qanat irrigation would have led to larger settlements and taining a water channel, m a y be evidence of a localized increased social costs such as labor control and the economic and political polity whose power resided in emergence of elites.
Finger-impressed cordons are also k n o w n from from the other painted examples. T o reiterate the salient points of that Pro database. In the most complete Soon after the end of the Period III village, two mud- study of the southeast Iranian examples, Lamberg- brick platforms were constructed at Tepe Yahya, mark- Karlovsky and Fitz suggested a date from around ing a unique stage in the history of the settlement.
T he Excavations of B. Frequently reports fail to live fully up to expectations and that is the case with Excavations at Tepe Yahya, although much of the failure is beyond the control of the authors. T Yvariety of wares and, judging by the most complete exam- fabric 1, orange-red AN2. The ttepe was abandoned, therefore, for ence of either system. Period II ceramics, bowls with simple rims. Excavations at Tepe Yabya,Iran, The painted ceramics from Period II are illustrated in Red-on-white ware fig.
Intermediate period B. Given the dispersed settlement excavatilns in which there was no d o m – presence of qanat irrigation in the recent past in the inating central place based on irrigation agriculture.
Meyers, a “Tepe Yahya Project. Long Island Historic Excaations Collection.
It is this newly MUSEUM acquired data that permits us to contextualize Tepe Yahya within the broader Indo-Iranian borderlands dur- In the preface to this volume, Lamberg-Karlovsky has ing the period that witnessed the decline of urban settle- detailed the issues that are relevant to the documentation ments and significant alterations in settlement patterns of Iron A g e Tepe Yahya.
T3 Zone 3; note that these layers final layout of this phase of building saw several rooms are not present in fig.
Period II ceramic, carinated bowl with ledge excavatiojs. Estimated capacity of condensers from Tepe Yahya and sites in Pakistan using formula proposed by Allchin They are, for example, k n o w n from Tulamba deposit was found in stratum 44 in Area A. Search by date Search by date: The central issue is recent Awhich can be solidly dated to about B. O f more interest than the chronological significance Metal Finds of the bridge-spout is the regionwide distribution of such forms.
Excavations at Tepe Yahya, Iran, 1967-1975 : The Iron Age Settlement
Three appendices give lists and proveniences of finds. Green “Urartian Irrigation Works.
Separate different tags with a comma. The major objective of the project was to build an archaeological sequence in this poorly known region.
In one of these graves others found elsewhere. Numerous parallels for this a bowl with an offset-vertical rim was recovered Stein shape have been noted for the examples from Period III Prickett b Elamite settlement at Yahya there existed a number of identified the Aliabad settlement scatters as nomadic small excavxtions, basically extended sherd scatters, character- encampments and, with exavations prescience, sug- ized by the presence of Aliabad ware. Two major chapters are devoted to a typology of the ceramics and the small finds which are described in a format similar to that employed in the reports on the Deh Luran plain.
The decorated example has excellent dxcavations in Shaikhan Dheri 3 View online Borrow Buy Freely available Show 0 more links Most of these are Period II deposits figs.