Les cultures à céramique modelée peinte de l’âge du Fer ancien : quelques pistes de réflexion d’après les exemples de Koktepe, Dzharkutan (Ouzbékistan) et Ulug-depe (Turkménistan)

Abstract : Known after nearly a century of Soviet research, the Early Iron Age “handmade painted ware cultures” which occupied southern Central Asia during the second half of the 2nd millennium BC have been studied in depth for twenty years by French teams working in Central Asia. Excavations in Koktepe by the MAFOuz of Sogdiana and in Dzharkutan by the MAFOuz–Protohistory in Uzbekistan, as well as excavations in Ulug depe in Turkmenistan by the MAFTur, have uncovered a number of buildings and material culture assemblages. While this period still remains one of the most problematic in Central Asian Protohistory, data from these sites, which are quite different from one another but complementary, shed new light on the major cultural and socioeconomic transformations of the Early Iron Age.
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Johanna Lhuillier, Julio Bendezu-Sarmiento, Olivier Lecomte, Claude Rapin. Les cultures à céramique modelée peinte de l’âge du Fer ancien : quelques pistes de réflexion d’après les exemples de Koktepe, Dzharkutan (Ouzbékistan) et Ulug-depe (Turkménistan). Cahiers d'Asie centrale, Éditions De Boccard, 2013, L’archéologie française en Asie centrale. Nouvelles recherches et enjeux socioculturels, pp.357-372. ⟨halshs-01111846⟩

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