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  • ISBN: 0873655451
  • Author: Fredrik Talmage Hiebert
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The Bronze Age khanates of Central Asia, Antiquity 68: 398–405. Moore, . Miller, . Agriculture and hording in the early oasis settlements of the Oxus Civilization, Antiquity 68: 418–27.

The Bronze Age khanates of Central Asia, Antiquity 68: 398–405. South and Central Asian elements at Tell Abraq (Emirate of Umm Wal-Qaiwain, United Arab Emirates), c. 2200 BC-AD 400, South Asian Archaeology (1993) 2: 615–28. A late third millennium graveyard at Gonur Tepe 1 (Murghab delta, Turkmenistan), South Asian Archaeology (1993) 2: 657–66.

The BMAC Oasis Culture: Period 2 (2000–1750 BCE). Cultural Continuity and Transformation. The Qala and the Khan.

Fredrik Talmage Hiebert. The BMAC Oasis Culture: Period 2 (2000–1750 BCE). Concordance of Figures.

Tel Yaqush-An Early Bronze Age Village in the Central Jordan Valley, Israel.

Origins of the Bronze Age Oasis Civilization in Central Asia. Fredrik Talmage Hiebert. Tel Yaqush-An Early Bronze Age Village in the Central Jordan Valley, Israel. Rotem et al. The Huqoq Excavation Project: 2014–2017 Interim Report.

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book by Fredrik T. Hiebert. More by Fredrik T. A Central Asian Village at the Dawn of Civilization, Excavations at Anau, Turkmenistan (University Museum Monograph, 116).

Oases in an otherwise desert region, settlements were situated along deltaic branches of the river or canals dug from those branches. Excavations at one of the largest and most complex of these sites, Gonur depe, have been ongoing for many years under the direction of Victor Sarianidi.

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The Murghad River delta, the site of ancient Margiana, was extensively settled during at least part of the Bronze Age, between 2200 and 1750 .

By (author) Fredrik Talmage Hiebert. The Murghad River delta, the site of ancient Margiana, was extensively settled during at least part of the Bronze Age, between 2200 and 1750 . Oases in an otherwise desert region, settlements were situated along deltaic branches of the river or canals dug from those branches.

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Origins of the bronze age oasis civilization in central Asia December 1995 · Antiquity.

materials and data on the results of new inquiries. Origins of the bronze age oasis civilization in central Asia December 1995 · Antiquity.

The Murghad River delta, the site of ancient Margiana, was extensively settled during at least part of the Bronze Age, between 2200 and 1750 B.C. Oases in an otherwise desert region, settlements were situated along deltaic branches of the river or canals dug from those branches. Excavations at one of the largest and most complex of these sites, Gonur depe, have been ongoing for many years under the direction of Victor Sarianidi. During the 1988-89 field season, Fred Hiebert excavated part of Gonur in collaboration with the Ministry of Culture of Turkmenistan and the Institute of Archaeology in Moscow.

Published here, the results provide a key to understanding the large corpus of material of the Bactro-Margiana Archaeological Complex extracted over the past 30 years from this and neighboring sites of the Oxus civilization.


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