The article included in the 9th International Conference of the Association of South Asian Archaeologist is dealing with a proposal of pottery typology of the materials coming from Dahan-e Ghulaman (Sistan, Iran), where worked the Italian Archaeological Mission in Iran by MAE, IsIAO and Università degli Studi di Napoli, l’Orientale in the 60s of the last Century. The ceramic assemblage presents different open and closed forms is framed inside the provenance according to the private and public buildings present in the settlement. Some typological variations are also documented in the assemblage from Building QN2 and Building QN3 unlikely from the assemblage of the private houses like QN4, QN6, QN7.

The most Frequent Pottery Types at Dahan-i Gholaman (Sistan) and Their Spatial Variability

GENITO, Bruno
1990

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The article included in the 9th International Conference of the Association of South Asian Archaeologist is dealing with a proposal of pottery typology of the materials coming from Dahan-e Ghulaman (Sistan, Iran), where worked the Italian Archaeological Mission in Iran by MAE, IsIAO and Università degli Studi di Napoli, l’Orientale in the 60s of the last Century. The ceramic assemblage presents different open and closed forms is framed inside the provenance according to the private and public buildings present in the settlement. Some typological variations are also documented in the assemblage from Building QN2 and Building QN3 unlikely from the assemblage of the private houses like QN4, QN6, QN7.
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