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Journal:   JOURNAL OF THE FACULTY OF LETTERS AND HUMANITIES (TEHRAN)   WINTER 2007 , Volume 57 , Number 180; Page(s) 47 To 65.
 
Paper: 

A PRELIMINARY REPORT ON THE RESULT OF AN INVESTIGATION INTO THE DISTRITBTION PATTERNS OF THE BRONZE AGE IN THE NAHAVAND PLAIN (GAMASIAB SPRING)

 
 
Author(s):  TALAEI HASAN, CHAICHI AMIR KHIZ A., SAEIDI HARSINI M.R.
 
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Abstract: 
Due to its coincidence with developments in the early urbanization era the Bronze Age has gained a special status in Iranian archaeological studies. The important point is that the influence or all these developments throughout the Iranian Plateau has not been the same despite the emergence or writing in Southwest Iran and we don't have much information about the impact or local or influential foreign cultures un this phenomenal. Thanks to their geographical situation and sufficient environmental resources. The central Zagros region and the Nahavand Plain arc considered a key element in studying the rout causes or the phenomenon. The Yanik culture has round its was into this area through Northwest Iran. But we are not aware or its geographical expansion as well as or its relation to Mesopotamia and Southwest Iran. The God in III culture which was named alter Godin Tappch an area in the Kangavar Plain has affected the central Zagros region immediately alter the Yanik culture and these influences have lasted for around one thousand years now. A survey conducted in the Nahavand Plain in 2005 showed that 16 of a total or 36 inspected sites. Dating back to the Chalcholithic up to the Islamic period represented the local characteristics or the Bronze Age. They have been classified as God in IV (early Bronze Age) and God in III (Middle and Late Bronze Age). Based on the common characteristics or the documents obtained. The present article deals with the local distribution patterns or the Bronze Age by analyzing the archaeological data.
 
Keyword(s): NAHAVAND GIAN GAMASIAB, THE BRONZE AGE, THE YANIK CULTURE GODIN GIAN
 
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