Fifth and fourth millennium BC in north-western Iran: Dalma and Pisdeli revisited

Authors

  • Akbar Abedi Tabriz Islamic Art University
  • Behrooz Omrani ICHHTO of Tabriz
  • Azam Karimifar Islamic Azad University of Miyaneh

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.4312/dp.42.23

Keywords:

Dalma, Pisdeli, 14C, updated Chalcolithic chronological table, NW Iran

Abstract

This paper discusses the nature of Dalma and Pisdeli cultures, their regional and interregional interactions and expansions in 5th millennium BC. It discusses old and new excavations and surveys as well. According to the importance of the material from these periods found at newly-excavated sites such as Kul Tepe Jolfa, Dava Göz Khoy, Lavin Tepe, and Qosha Tepe, we briefly describe the main stratigraphic and material data from these sites. Old and new data from excavations and surveys eventually lead us to a new chronological table for the 5th millennium BC in north/western (NW) Iran. The implications of the finds are discussed along with their limitations and future research directions.

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Published

17. 12. 2015

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How to Cite

Fifth and fourth millennium BC in north-western Iran: Dalma and Pisdeli revisited. (2015). Documenta Praehistorica, 42, 321–338. https://doi.org/10.4312/dp.42.23

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