Tepe Gryashan. Late Chalcolithic Pottery from the Region of Sanandaj, Western Iran
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This paper presents the first results of a study of pottery evidence from a new archaeological project being conducted at the site of Tepe Gryashan located in the province of Kurdistan, western Iran. The collected pottery, including Sprig ware-like sherds and Flint-scraped Coba bowls, are rare evidence of material culture contact with northern Mesopotamia from the early Late Chalcolithic period.
|Journal||Ash-sharq. Bulletin of the Ancient Near East. Archaeological, Historical and Societal Studies.|
|Number of pages||16|
|Publication status||Published - 2019|
- Faculty of Humanities