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Paléorient 40.2

Discipline : Archéologie / Préhistoire

Collection : Paléorient

Publication date : 08/01/2015

Auteurs : Cordonné par C. CHATAIGNER ET G. PALUMBI

ISBN : 978-2-271-08271-8

Format : 22.0 x 28.0 cm

Pagination : 264

Paléorient 40.2

The Kura-Araxes culture from the Caucasus to Iran, Anatolia and the Levant: Between unity and diversity

Cordonné par C. CHATAIGNER ET G. PALUMBI

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The Kura-Araxes culture, named after the two main rivers of the Southern Caucasus, spread from the second half of the 4th millennium over a vast area covering the Southern Caucasus, Eastern Anatolia and North-Western Iran. In the light of recent works carried out in these regions, this volume introduces new approaches and data to questions concerning the origin and expansion of this culture, by exploring elements of unity and diversity among the Kura-Araxes regional components as well as their interaction with other contemporary cultural phenomena.

In Memoriam
KLAUS SCHMIDT by H.G. GEBEL

Articles
G. PALUMBI and C. CHATAIGNER
Introduction

S.E. CONNOR and E.V. KVAVADZE
Environmental context of the Kura-Araxes culture

A. SAGONA
Rethinking the Kura-Araxes Genesis 

E. ROVA
The Kura-Araxes Culture in the Shida Kartli region of Georgia: An overview

R.S. BADALYAN
New data on the periodization and chronology of the Kura-Araxes culture in Armenia

P.L. KOHL and R.G. MAGOMEDOV
Early Bronze developments on the West Caspian Coastal Plain

B. LYONNET
The Early Bronze Age in Azerbaijan in the light of recent discoveries

C. MARRO, V. BAKHSHALIYEV and R. BERTHON
On the Genesis of the Kura-Araxes phenomenon: New evidence from Nakhchivan (Azerbaijan)

G.D. SUMMERS
The Early Trans-Caucasian Culture in Iran: Perspectives and problems

M. FRANGIPANE
After collapse: Continuity and Disruption in the settlement by Kura-Araxes-linked pastoral groups at Arslantepe-Malatya (Turkey). New data

R. GREENBERG, R. SHIMELMITZ and M. ISERLIS
New evidence for the Anatolian origins of ‘Khirbet Kerak Ware people’ at Tel Bet Yerah (Israel), ca 2800 BC

T.C. WILKINSON
The Early Transcaucasian phenomenon in structural-systemic perspective: Cuisine, craft and economy

M. POULMARC’H with L. PECQUEUR and B. JALILOV
An overview of Kura-Araxes funerary practices in the Southern Caucasus

G. PALUMBI and C. CHATAIGNER
The Kura-Araxes Culture from the Caucasus to Iran, Anatolia and the Levant: Between unity and diversity. A synthesis