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The Southern Caucasus in Prehistory
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The Southern Caucasus in Prehistory
Stages of Cultural and Socioeconomic Development from the Eighth to the Second Millennium B.C.

K. Kh. Kushnareva. Translated by H. N. Michael

296 pages | 8 1/2 x 11 | 73 illus.
Cloth 1997 | ISBN 9780924171505 | $65.00s | Outside the Americas £52.00
Distributed for the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology

The Southern Caucasus in Prehistory is a major contribution to the archaeological literature of this part of the world. Written by one of the most important figures in Russian archaeology and meticulously translated, it summarizes the findings of the extensive archaeological excavations of the late 1980s at the important sites that have illuminated the Transcaucasian cultures of the Neolithic, Eneolithic, Early and Middle Bronze Ages.

Because the Transcaucasus was located at the crossroads between the Middle East and the Near East, the book will be of interest to scholars of the cultures of those regions, as well as to those pursuing research in the Transcaucasus proper.

University Museum Monograph, 99

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