excavations at Tall-e Geser and regional survey of the Ram Hormuz area
Description matérielle : 1 vol. (xl-324 p.-199 p. de pl.)
Description : Note : After a decade-long hiatus in the years of World War II, archaeological fieldwork was resumed in Iran in 1948. In that year, the Oriental Institute returned to its long tradition of archaeological research by sending Donald McCown to the lowlands of southwestern Iran to conduct a series of surface surveys to find a multi-period site for excavation. For his survey, McCown chose the Ram Hormuz region, southeast of lowland Susiana and the region south and east of the provincial town of Ahvaz down to the Persian Gulf. McCown recorded 118 sites in the Ram Hormuz and Ahvaz areas and eventually chose for excavation the large prehistoric mound complex Tall-e Geser. In Part 1 of this two-part volume, Abbas Alizadeh and colleagues have undertaken a final publication of the site. -- publisher's description
Bibliogr. p. xxix-xxxix. Index
Édition : Chicago (Ill.) : The Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago , cop. 2014
Auteur du texte : Abbas Alizadeh, Mehdi Omidfar
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