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Tuesday, January 04, 2011

IJnsere Implementation showed, that tin Rn
Eurasia already early an important role
played, namely from the late 3. or beginning one
2. Jt.v. Chr., as the bearers of her
Okunev culture and the Sejma Turbino circle
for the first time tin bronze produced. Probably
already a little earlier, in the second half
of 3. Jt.v. Chr., the tin bronze won in
Mesopotamia and in Anatolia in meaning,
although it now and then still older ones
Documents might have given. In Südturkmenistan
if tin bronze steps for the first time in
Namazga to fV connections on, what to her
the first half and the middle of the 3rd mill. B.C.
and with it in Südsibirien still to the Aneolithikum
(Afanas'evo culture) corresponds; to
of that time there remains in the foothills Kopet-
Mountains, however, still completely isolates. Really
knowingly tin bronze becomes there only from period
NamazgaVTr, in possibly with Akkad-
Time in Mesopotamia to rymchronisieren
is. The springs of this earliest tin
of the second half of the 3rd mill. B.C. are currently
not yet found. Where from
the Okunev culture and the Sejma Turbino
Circle covered her tin, must also stay open.
Probably is from the exploitation local
To go out occurence, although
she cannot be proved yet. Only
for the next middle Bronze Age
of the first half of the 2nd mill. B.C. we know,
that the bearers of the Andronovo-Fedorovkaund
TazabagJab culture not only in numerous ones
To places on a large scale copper ore
promoted, but also won tin.
For the districts in the upper Irty5 in
in any case, today's Ostkazachstan this is
very probably, and for the beds
in the Zeravian valley succeeded us for the first time
for this time the direct proof mittelbronzezeitlichen
Of tin ore mining.
Which space with the tin from Karnab,
Lapas, Öangali and MuSiston was supplied,
is still unsolved currently. In any case
come up to now from Sapalli and DZarkutan
to beprobten tin bronze not from
the Lageistätten of the Zeravlan-Tales72, although
in the mining or metallurgist settlement
from Karnab-Siökonöi some import findings
(Ceramic shard, stone vessel fragment)
from the baktrischen space are given, what
on far-reaching distant relations close
leaves. Whether Medium Asian tin even Mesopotamia
and Anatolia reaches or
could have supplied, seems currently
hardly foreseeable and wrirde other analytic ones
Investigations assume. There
direct contacts between Andronovo-
To exclude culture and front East
are, the way to Medium Asian ones would be able
Of tin to the west - he really had to go
have gone there - anyway
only, intertrader" has occurred,
what is conceivable though, to itself currently, however
closer does allow to book.
7N Tu slag places and pits were discovered with geologic prospectus ions and within the scope of the project
, preislamic tin production in Central Asia" imJahre in 1999 from us visited and committed; besides
to achieved results should be presented in a separate report.
71 Chernykh 1s92,179.
72 friendly tips E. Pernicka; see moreover E. Pernicka undJ. Lutz in: The tin of the Bronze Age in Central Asia
II (in preparation).
From Hermann Parzinger, Ernst Pernicka and Gerd Weisserber
The search for the Medium Asian tin
and his meaning for the Bronze Age
of the close and the Middle East this was
Aim of the common research strains
within the scope of that of Volkswagen
Endowment of promoted project,] orislamische
Tin production in Central Asia",
this was carried out from 1997 to 1999.
Besides, the lagerstättenkundliche potential had to go
of the known districts on the one hand urn
Karnab, Lapas and Öangali in Uzbekistan
and, on the other hand, from Muiiston and Takfon
in TadZikistan in view of the early one
Exploitation of the tin occurence examines
In Karnab, Lapas and Öangali
(Uzbekistan) as well as in MuSiston (TadLikistan)
if excavations became in well-chosen
To shafts carried out. Ceramic findings
and lac data pointed, that the dismantling
Of tin ore in all these districts at the moment
the Andronovo-Tazabag J from culture occurred,
i.e. in the first half of 2. Jt.v. Chr.,
what to the middle Bronze Age in Siberia as well as
the late Bronze Age in Südturkmenistan
and Baktrien corresponds. It concerns
on this occasion, around oldest up to now confessed
and dependably to passé tin mines
Eurasiensl. In Karnab only one pit was able
up to the sole in 17.50 m Teufe exposed
become, with the other there stood the ground-water level
with 9.50 m under the surface
in. With the waste dump material were thousands
from stone hammers with countless ones
of her chipped off remains as well as
several dateable Andronovo - 'Iazabag' jab-
Shards in the Verfüllung of the old ones
Shafts get.
The investigation of the pits allowed
important observations to the production technology.
With Quzrz as a lode rock
and granite as a surrounding Nebengestein
if the prehistoric miners saw themselves
in Karnab as well as in Cangali already
in the surface with very hard rocks
confronts if they reach to the ore
wanted. In karstigen Lapas, where in one
Cave from the lime ore was diminished,
if the technology was apparently similar, if
one from numerous discovered there
To groove hammers goes out. Around in Karnab in
To win vein Teufe, one turned
the method of the fire putting in. Just
Granite is able on account of his crystalline ones
Structure well with heat worked on, i.e. crumbly
are made.
Probably one had the won one
Ore in the pit by means of blow balls
chops up and händisch or by means of washing
concentrates. Though became in the miner's settlement
from Karnab-Siökonöi metal
processed, however, slags, on the reduction
from tin ores could decrease,
if we did not discover. At least with
of the today's growth situation would be a smelting
only by wooden import been possible.
How the vegetation looked at the Bronze Age,
it is widely unknown. Fact is
but, that today the scenery stamping ones
and above all most archaeological ones
Reports covering loess only
after the Bronze Age was applied.
Therefore, smelting remains may overcast
The question after the meaning of the mining
from Karnab is able not overestimated
become. A Klopfstein from the nearby ones
simultaneous settlement from Karnab-
Siökonöi contained 0.78Vo tin; such the poor
Ore was not apparently processed.
1 A detailed publication within the scope of the project carried out montanarchäologischen,
lagerstättenkundlichen and archäometallurgischen works in the second tape of the final publication is in preparation:
The tin of the Bronze Age in Central Asia II.
298 tins of the Bronze Age in Central Asia I
However, openly remains, how the prehistoric ones
Miners this could judge.
That it also substantially richer arch parts
has given, already in more prehistoric
Time were diminished completely, one points
Reading finding in close vicinity from pit
6/7with Karnab which contained nearly 22% of tin.
If one calculates the arch salary of the pit 6/1
high, under acceptance of the still measurable ones there
To tin salary of approx. 2Vo and one
Way strength of 10 cm, so this pit building has
from 30-m length and 15-m depth
about 1 tonne of tin delivered. How her unusual one
Narrowness in comparison to him
however, to other mines points, it belongs
to the poorer and smaller pits. Where
Way widths of more than 7-2 Rn seem,
have to go from a multiple of the metal salary
are gone out. In view of
of the countless mines in Karnab lets itself
estimate, that the district during them
Duration of his exploitation probably more than 500
Tonnes of tin had delivered. The tin amount,
in the whole region produces
became, exceeded with it absolutely the local one
Need by far, so that one to national ones
Trade may accept for which
also some imports from the settlement from
Karnab-Siökonöi speak.
After statement of the findings, predominantly
in the Andronovo Tazabagjab culture
belong, the dismantling of the tin ore happened
in the big style already in the first half
of the 2nd mill. B.C. radiocirque voucher data from
Charcoal and cinder extend the production duration
till the early 1st mill. B.C. Medieval ones
Data and ceramics book
the later attempt of a renewed use.
In the mines exposed by us
is not able to do this activity, nevertheless, considerably
have been, because no tracks
to ascertain from metal tools
were. Merely sound shards point, that
one the pits in that late time once more
committed, however, maybe they became even
as residential caves genuzt.
From both regions in TadZikistan
did not show only MuSiston old mining,
but Takfon. Moreover, were the tin salary
of the ores from Takfon relatively slightly, so that
to themselves the researches upon MuSiston concentrated.
There let themselves by a modern one
Tunnels also inside of the mountain
Tracks of old mining put out. All together
if 11 pits were examined, and
the excavations identified them as prehistoric.
One had them from the slope in
the mountain driven, them, however, straight away
given up to win ore, if at the side
was; widenings originated from it.
special situation, that the pits in
Mountain-internal today by a modern one
Tunnels are accessible, her investigation permitted.
Also in Mu5iston one worked with groove hammers,
although they - compared to
Karnab - in substantially lower number seem.
For fire putting to typical ones
to plump push structures nowhere became
observes. Occasional tracks
of metal tools indicate at those
Use there. In any case, pushes see
and some almost right-angled splitting
clearly after metal tools from. In
MuSiston became because of the fragile Nebengesteins
for safety reasons wooden stamp
sedately. The wood necessary in addition delivered
also even today till 3,000-m height
seeming awake-lovely, as big ones
Trees stands in a queue.
Shard findings let themselves, as in
to the uzbekischen districts Karnab and Lapas,
once more of the Andronovo Tazabagjab culture
assign. Radiocirque voucher data proved
even a partial even higher age than
in case of from Karnab, namely mainly
the turn of 3. zwm2. and the first half
of 2. Jt.v. Chr. This high date underlines
a possible early meaning
this bed. The special in her is,
that they Stannit (tin gravel, Cu2FeSnSa) in
Primary ore as a main mineral leads, a mineral,
this copper as well as tin as
Main parts contains. The ores from
of the oxidation zone are mostly either
in tin or in copper fortified, it
if all mixing proportions also, however, come
before. Glaze attempts proved, that
from these ores according to choice
Copper as well as tin and even bronze directly
could be won. The latter
becomes additional by - indeed, to undated
- Slag finding nearby
Of mine books, in the metal droplet
with up to 8% of tin were observed. With it
if at least a possible way is to
Summary 299
Discovery of the alloy of copper and
Tin indicated.
Also for MuSiston let itself miner's
Dismantling of tin ore since the early one
2. Jt.v. Chr. prove, however, a calculation
of the production amount develops
by far more difficultly than in Karnab, because by
the Inhomogenität of the oxidised ores and
the very irregular geometry of the bed
with theirs numerous small and
to the smallest little ways an average salary
can be determined not sensibly. In the contrast
to Karnab is fundamental in Muiiston
the use of the geochemical fingerprint
possibly, because from this ore
generated metal under his typical one
To trace elements also lead includes.
Indeed, a comparison of the trace element patterns proved
in combination with him
To of lead isotope relations in the ore with simultaneous ones
To artefacts from different ones
To sites of the discovery in the Zeravian valley (Da5ti Kozi)
and in Süduzbekistan (Sapalli Tepe,
DZarkutan) for the time being only negative results,
i.e. the raw material examined none up to now
Objects comes from Muöiston.
Extensive area celebrations in
bring near like other sphere of the districts
from Karnab, Lapas and Öangali as well as Muiiston
today led to the examination, that this
super day noticeable population picture at the earliest
the antiquity (4. Jh.v. Chr.-4 cent. A.D.)
belonged, quite predominantly, nevertheless, even
is only early-medieval and younger. This
is valid also for several Kurgane from the surroundings
from Karnab, from us dug out
became. In the centre of the today's place
Karnab, in immediate neighborhood
of the old shafts, rose mighty
Settlement hill. Though places Tellbildung
in those parts of Central Asia, the north and
eastward from Turkmenistan lie, only in
To course of l. Jt.v. Chr. one, namely mainly
in his second half. Still
if we checked the Besiedlungungsabfolge this
Of place with two stratigraphischen cuts,
they confirmed this picture: The lowest ones
Straten produced pit houses from
spätachaimenidisch-frühhellenistis of cher time
(KarnabI and II: 5.-2./1. Cent. B.C.), on which
Depositions of the whole KuSan time
(Karnab III V: l.-4 cent. A.D.) and
Of early Middle Ages (Karnab \tI), among other things with one
very well-preserved mucky connection with
two rows of loopholes, as well as younger ones
Rests (Karnab VII-\IIII) more Islamic
Time followed. Whether during the population time
this Tells still tin in the close
To mines it was diminished, has to go unclearly
remain, however, the meaning would be allowed
Of place at that time, primarily, with that
Crossroad of important distant ways in one of her
Main routes him, Seidenstrasse" for this
Cerium avian valley zusamm e N hän to.
The bronze-temporal mountain working-class estate
from Karnab-Siökonöi belongs against it to
to few prehistoric archaeological sites
in this region generally. Theirs as it were
accidental discovery in the profile of a geologist's cut
explains to Soviet time, why
prehistoric population leftovers, in the end
cursorily are hardly noticeable:
This establishment of the Andronovo TazabagJab
Culture from the first half
2. Jt.v. Chr. lay less than 1.20 m of mighty ones
and afterwards blown up loess deposition,
by she seals as it were
was. We met quite different relations
instead of this in the area around Muiiston
in: In the extremely precipitous hillside situations this
Prehistoric ones would have to themselves high mountain scenery
Settlement places can hardly receive,
should they one day have existed there.
The establishment of Karnab-Siökonöi
has as one with the tin dismantling in diesern
District coherent mountain working-class estate
to be valid. She became entire
dug out and delivers with it for the first time one
Image of the structure such more specified
Places of that time. She lay possibly
I km to the north of the tin bed and with it
in immediate neighborhood of the old ones
Pits. The cultural layer produced
Andronovo - 'fazabag' jab ceramics, how they nearly
identically also from the shafts from
Karnab and Lapas as well as from the mining
from MuSiston comes. All these places are able
with it about her finding material qaachronisiert
and in the first half of the 2nd mill. B.C.
are expelled. This also confirms them
Radio carbon dating: Four lac data from
Karnab-Siökonöi lie between 18.
and beginning 14. Cent. B.C., what the older one
Dates from the pits corresponds
and the simultaneousness this
Frrn dstellen zusätz.7ich absi ch ert.
300 tins of the Bronzezert in Central Asia I
The settlement of Karnab-Siökonöi left
only scanty tracks of firm building of a house,
sucked because rests of five huts. Half pit houses.
Fireplaces are numerous,
the possibly places pretend, in those
tent constructions or jurtenartige light constructions
none stood, archaeologically
clearer to tangible tracks left. Small-scale
stratigraphische sequences with fireplaces,
Pits or within the huts
indicate at a multiple, maybe
seasonal visiting of the place there and
seem less ftir a continuous one
Settlement about a longer Zeiffaum
to speak away. It is noteworthy,
that the fireplaces of different Phaserr
always concentrate at certain places,
the tents brw. Therefore, Jurten would be allowed
over and over again at the one and same place
have stood. This points to it,
that certain facilities within
of the settlement had a firm place, in such a way
that a stable internal whole organisation
of the establishment is to be supposed.
In the huts several were in each case
Fireplaces at the same time in company. The fillings
from two stoves clearly noticeable ones proved
To tin salary, even if only in low ones
Amounts, so that a metallurgist's broad
Function is to be accepted. For other stove
of the same construction one is able to do a similar one
Purpose suppose. In the settlement
if tin ore smelted was able really
have become. Unequivocal documents, like efi, va
Pot build. Fragments of it or
nevertheless, even metallic tin, did not become
discovers. Anyway one had tin bronze
moltenly, how a small ingot
and book downpour drop. However, also in
Karnab-Siökonöi secure rich in tin one
Arch lumps with up to tin BVo leave open
a processing of this ore in the establishment
close. Also they support this
Findings of numerous meal stones as well as one
remarkable concentration of quartz fragments,
probably together with the tin ore
- the Kassiterit seems preponderant here
in quartz ways - in the settlement reached.
An other quartz accumulation and
several blow stones are found, e.g., in the area
from house 3, so that also here an intensive one
Arch comminution are accepted
is allowed. Besides, concentrate here
most reductions and groove hammers
from limestone, so that at this point them
Production and/or use from
Hammering is to be supposed; groove hammers
became not only in the mining, but
also to the arch comminution uses. Besides
played of distant meal stones an important one
The role which seem also numerously,
particularly with the huts 3 and 53.
There can be no doubt, that it
itself with these huts around with the exploitation
the tin bed and with the first processing steps
of the won ore
in connection standing workshops traded
must have, what on a specified one
Metallurgist's settlement of the Andron ovo Tazabagjab
Culture in lbrnab-Siökonöi close
leaves. For it speak the comminution sound
Meal device, the analytic identification
from tin in the stove and the tracks
metallurgischer activity under Verwenduns
from arsenic copper and tin bronze. The situation
in the Siökonöi-Saj, about 1 km away from the mining,
might hang together with the Wasservorsorgung,
they to the life as
also to the arch processing was required.
The establishment was relatively small,
it are sure in the surroundings of Karnab
to suppose other such places.
Of course the entitled question positions itself,
which space with the tin from Karnab,
Lapas, Cangali and Muliston supplies
became. For this became suitable analytic ones
investigations carried out,
they, however, still to no unequivocal result
led. It is in this connection
but on it pointed out, that in that
Mining bzr, V. Metallurgist's settlement from Karnab-
Siökonöi some import pieces (ceramic shard,
Stone vessel fragment) from baktrischen
Space are given, what in far-reaching
Distant relations closes.
Bones of horse and camel from Karnab-
Siökonöi show ferneq that the necessary ones
Means of transportation to the Uberwindung bigger
Distances absolutely were available.
In addition, penetrated during them
the first half of the Z.Jt. B.C. several times Andronovo-
TazabagJab groups from Zerav-
5an-valley from by the Karakum desert to
Südturkmenistan and about the passports
Of Hissar mountains to Baktrien left before and
there graves and smaller AnsiedlurrSummary
to. The mutual relations were
so variously and intensely. But they up to now
from Sapalli and DZarkutan, two of the most important ones
to town-like establishments
j of ener time in Nordbaktrien, beprobt to en tin bronze
come with the present one
State of the analytic investigations apparently
not from the beds
Of ZeravSan valley. Therefore, it must stay open,
to what extent the bearers Andronovo-
Tazabag'jab culture with from you to promoted ones
Tin not only her own need
covered, but the tin about that
out also continuing discussing. The dismantling
from Karnab, Lapas, Öangali and Muöiston
falls, in any case, exactly in a period,
in the bronze in the Near East apparently
already use metal was. However, not
only there a high one existed accordingly
Need in tin, but also in that
further to the north to situated Eurasian steppes
and forest steppe zone between Enisej
in the east and the Urals in the west, where the outbalancing one
Amount andronovozeitlichen
Metal objects also from tin bronze made
was. The use of tin bronze
it reached there even till the preliminary one
frühbronzezeitlichen Okunev-or.
Sejma Turbino horizon of the outgoing one
3. and the beginning 2nd mill. B.C. zurückz.
With from the Volkswagen endowment to promoted ones
Project has succeeded for the first time,
to prove bronze-temporal tin mining
and to describe. Besides, it was
a special piece of luck, that with Karnab
still the settlement of the miners discovers
and completely are dug out
was able. With it important statements are to
Structure and organisation of the work possibly.
On all examined places these were
the bearers of the Andronovo TazabagJab culture,
they the mining and the processing
of the ores pursued.
With it the question is after the origin
However, of tin zvvar not relaxed, she has first
Time get a concrete background,
lagerstättenkundlich as
also bergbauarchäologisch3, to itself in them
cultural-historical development of Central Asia
and his neighbouring rooms allows to embed.
The search for Central Asian tin and its significance
during the bronze Age in the
Near and Middle East what the goal of collaborative
efforts in research that what conducted
in 1997-1999 within the framework
of the project "Pre-Islamic Tin Exploitation
in the Central Asia", a project supported by
the Volkswagen foundation. Thereby attention
what directed towards the potential of
ore occurrences in the known deposits of
Karnab, Lapas and Changali in Uzbekistan,
on one hand, and mush B sharp tone and Takfon in
Tadzhikistan, on the other, with reference
to their early exploitation.
Excavations were coach reeds out in selected
shafts in Karnab, Lapas and Changali (IJzbekistan)
ace wave ace in mush B sharp tone (Tadzhikistan).
Ceramic finds and tnc dates
showed that tin-ore exploitation occurred
in all thesis areas during the time of the Andronovo-
Tazabag'jab culture, i. e., in the
ridge helped of the 2'd millennium BC, which
corresponds to the Middle bronze Age in
Siberia and the Late bronze Age in southern
Turkmenistan and Bactria. Accordingly,
represented here ares the earliest known and
reliably dated tin mines in Eurasia.a in Karnab
only one pit could Be excavated to its
2 Parzinger in 2002.
and see the more detailed representation in the second tape of the final publication: The tin of the Bronze Age in Central Asia
an A detailed publication is in preparation, that wants present the results of research on mountain archaeology, mining
and archaeometallurgy in the second volume of the final publication under the The tin of the Bronze Age headlines"
in Central Asia II" (Tin in the bronze A.qe of Central Asia II).
sole At 17.50 m depth, whereas elsewhere
ground water what already encountered At
9.5 m below the surface. In the mining debris
used to forecastle fill the old shafts thousands
of of hammer tone and countless of fragment
of even more, ace wave ace many datable
sherds of the Andronovo-Tazabag'jab culture,
were encountered.
Investigation of the pits enabled important
observations on techniques in ore exploitation.
In Karnab ace wave ace in Changali
prehistoric miners were confronted with
outcrops of very hard quartz ace the host
rock and granite ace the surrounding rock,
visible At the surface, when they attempted
to obtain the ore. Finds of many grooved
of hammer tone in the two-pronged mattock area of Lapas,
where ore what won from limestone in a
cave, indicate that the methods of working
were similar. Fire-setting what employed in
Karnab ace a means of mining down into
the ore bearing veins. Especially to granite,
with its crystalline structure, can effectively
Be treated by heat, becoming very friable.
The ore thus extracted what probably reduced
in size near the pit with the aid of
spherical of hammer tone and what concentrated
by hand picking and washing.
Although metal what worked in the mining
settlement of Karnab-Sichkonchi, no slag
what found that would indicate the reduction
of tin ores. In view of the present
sparse vegetation, ore dressing would only
have been possible by importing wood.
However, the child of vegetation present
during the bronze Age is largely unknown.
The fact remains, that the loess blanket that
characterises the land cape today while
concealing fruit juice archaeological evidence,
what deposited only anus the bronze Age.
Hence, remains of ore-workings may Be
concealed from view.
The question ace to the significance of
mining in Karnab can Be underestimated.
A pounder found in the nearby
Bronze Ag settlement of Karnab-Sihkonchi
contained 0.78Vo tin, i.e., too low a
content to Be worthwhile working. Yet, how
prehistoric miners were able to determine
the quality remains unanswered. A surface
find containing alp-east 22Vo tin, collected
close to pit 6/1 in Karnab, is in indication
that there must have been substantially ri-
Tin of the Bronze Age in Central Asia I
cher ore deposits, that were extracted completely
during prehistoric times. In calculating
the possible amount of ore originally
present in pit 6/1, assuming a tin content
of 2% quietly determinable there in a veinthickness
of l0 cm, this pit with a length of
30 m and depth of 15 m could have supplied
approximately one ton of tin. However,
in view of its unusually narrow size, ace
compared to others, this pit is one of the
smaller and poorer examples. By contrast,
pits with a width of 1-2 m could have contained
many times ace much metal-ore. Considering
the innumerable mines in Karnab,
it can Be estimated that during the time of
exploitation, this area yielded wave over 500
of tone of tin. The amount of tin produced in
the entire region surely exceeded the local
demands to the extent that trade with other
regions took place, which is actually attested
by a few imported goods found in the settlement
The archaeological finds, mostly assigned
to the Andronovo-Tazabag'jab culture, show
that the principal period of ore extraction
already occurred during the ridge helped of the
second millennium BC. Radio coach voucher dates
gained from charcoal and ash show that
the duration of production lasted into the
early part of the ridge millennium BC. Medieval
dates and ceramics evidence later attempts
At mining. Yet thesis activities cannot
have been of great import, for no traces of
metal tools were identified in the mines studied
during our excavations. Only pottery
sherds show that the pits were used again
At this of later time, perhaps simply ace temporary
Of the two aforementioned regions in
Tadzhikistan traces of ancient mining were
found only in mush B sharp tone, but in Takfon.
Moreover, the tin content in ores from
Takfon what relatively loq and therefore research
concentrated on mush B sharp tone. There
traces of ancient mining were discerned in
one of the modern bilious ream extending
deep into the mountain. A totally of students
pits what investigated and determined to Be
prehistoric. Initially advanced into the
mountain from the slope, the pits were
quickly given up whenever lateral veins
could Be followed by widening. The exceptional
situation, in which older workings
Summarv 303
deep inside the mountain were maggot accessible
through a moulder gallery, facilitated
their investigation.
Grooved of hammer tone were utilised
in mush B sharp tone, although they were far fewer
in number than in Karnab. Rounded flow
features typical of fire-setting were observed
any, vhere. Occasional traces certificate
the use of metal tools, ace Th the appearance
of the embankment and alp-east rectangular connections
between different bilious ream. Wooden
supports were erected in mush B sharp tone ace a
safeguard against the crumbling rock. The
timber needed what provided by of state ofjuniper,
that today quietly grow to tree-size on
mountains up to elevations of 3,000 m
above sea level.
Similar to the Uzbek mining areas of Karnab
and Lapas, pottery sherds found in mush B sharp tone
indicate the Andronovo-Tazabag'ab culture
again. Some radiocoach voucher dates ares even
older than those in Karnab, predominating
in the time chip from the do gymnastics of the third
to second millennium BC to the ridge helped of
the second millennium BC. This early date
underlines the possible early significance of
this deposit. It is especially notable that the
presence of stannite (tin sulphides, Cu2FeSnSa)
in the primary ore constitutes the Main
mineral, one which is composed of both copper
and tin. While ores from the oxidation
zor'e ares mostly enriched deposits of either
copper or tin, mixtures of of all degree of ares present
ace wave. In smelting experiment - depending
on the particular ore selected - copper,
tin and even bronze could Be obtained
directly. Evidence of the latter what supplied
by a piece of slag, albeit undated,
found near the mine, that contained droplets
of metal with up to 8Vo tin. Perhaps
this find illustrates one way in which the process
of alloying copper with tin what 'discovered'
in prehistoric times.
Thus in mush B sharp tone mining activities for
tin ore can Be traced bake to the early second
millennium BC. However, in estimation
of the amount of metal produced has
proven more difficult than in Karnab; the
heterogeneity of the oxidised ores and the
very irregular geometry of the mine with
its many small, even minute, veins hinder
the calculation of a reasonable ave rage
just. Unlike Karnab, the use of geochemical
finger printing is possible for mush B sharp tone
in principle, because the metal produced
from the ore contains - among
other characteristic of element - lead. However,
initially comparisons of trace element
patterns in Combi nation with lead isotopes
ratios of the ores with ancient artefacts
from various sites in the Zeravshan valley
(Dashti Kozi) and in southern Uzbekistan
(Sapalli Tepe, Dzharkutan) have brought
negative results: none of the objects examined
were maggot from ores originating from
Mush B sharp tone.
Extensive field surveys in the vicinity and
in more distant surroundings of the mining
regions At Karnab, Lapas and Changali ace
wave ace mush B sharp tone led to the realisation,
that the settlement structure visible on the
surface today dates bake to antiquity (4Th
century BC - 4Th century AD) At the earliest,
the majority of remains coming from
the early medieval period or even later.
This applies to many of the health resort goose in
the area of Karnab that we excavated. A
mighty settlement mound dominates the
centre of present-day Karnab, in the immediate
vicinity of the old mining shafts. It
is a known fact that tells began to form in
those part of Central Asia, to the north
and east of Turkmenistan, during the 1't
millennium BC and especially in its second
helped. Nevertheless, we verified the settlement
sequence by two stratigraphic
trenches in the Karnab tell. The lowest
layers revealed pit-houses from late Achaemenid-
and early Hellenistic times (Karnab I
and II, 5'h-2nd/7 "'century BC), followed by
layers of the whole Kushan period (Karnab
III V, 1st-4th century AD), the early medieval
period (Karnab M), among others with
a wave preserved mud fortification flow with
two rows of loopholes, ace wave ace later remains
from the Islamic period (Karnab
VII-\III). Whether tin what mined in the
nearby pits during the time of settlement At
the tell remains open. The site, however,
must have hero some significance, primarily
due to its location At the crossroads of important
long-distance routes through the
Zeravshan valley, one of the Main branches
of the Silk Road.
By contrast, the miners' settlement At Karnab-
Sichkonchi is one of the few prehistoric
304 tins of the Bronze Age in Central Asia I
sites in the region. Its somewhat accidental
discovery in the profiles of a geological
sounding trench from Soviet times explains
the difficulties in recognising prehistoric
settlement remains on the surface very
wave: inhabited by the Andronovo-TazabagJab
culture in the ridge helped of the 2 "d
millennium BC, the site what covered and At
the seed time sealed out of vision by a 1.20 m thick
layer of aeolian loess. The situation differs
markedly in the area of mush B sharp tone, where
prehistoric settlement sites - had they indeed
ever been present there - would
hardly have been preserved on the extremely
steep slopes of the mountainous land cape.
The site At Karnab-Sichkonchi can Be regarded
ace a miners' settlement that what connected
with tin-exploitation in this mining
region. Excavated to its full extent, the site
is the ridge of that age to illustrate the structures
in look places of specialised activities.
It is located about 1 km north of the tin-ore
deposits, and therewith in the direct proximity
of the old pits. The cultural layer disclosed
pottery of the Andronovo-TazabagJab
culture, that is nearly identical to
that from the shafts in Karnab and Lapas ace
wave ace from the mines in mush B sharp tone. Thus,
all of thesis sites can Be synchronised and assigned
to the ridge helped of the 2'd millennium
BC. This is confirmed by radiocoach voucher
dates: four raC dates from Karnab-
Sichkonchi lie between the l8th and the beginning
of the 14Th centuries BC, a time chip
that corresponds to the of older dates from
the pits and affirms the contemporaneity of
the sites ace wave.
Remnants of houses At Karnab-Sichkonchi
were sparse and included traces of
five structures, thus semi-subterranean
houses. Hearths and fireplaces were very
common, and possibly Mark the place
where tents or yurtJike constructions -
otherwise hard to pinpoint archaeologically
- once stood. Spatially close stratigraphical
sequences within hearths, pits and sometimes
the houses indicate a repeated, perhaps
seasonal occupation of the site, and
less in habitation for longer periods of
time. It is noteworthy that fireplaces, /
hearths from different phases were always
found concentrated in specific areas, i. e.,
in places where tents or y'urts may have
been erected again and again. This implies
that certain structures had their fixed place
within the settlement, which would presuppose
a stable internal organisation of the community.
Several fireplaces found in each of the
structures had been in use At the sarrre
time. The fill of tlvo ovens had distinctly discernible
concentrations of tin. Although the
quantities were very small, it can nevertheless
Be assumed that the ovens' function involved
metal-working. The seed is to Be presumed
for other ovens displaying the seed
construction. Consequently, tin-ores could
have been smelted in the settlement. Yet,
clear evidence search ace crucibles or of fragment
thereof and metallic tin what
found. In any case tin bronze what smelted,
ace evidenced by one small cash ingot and
casting droplets. Indeed, chunks of ores
containing up to 8 Vo tin that were found in
Karnab-Sichkonchi testify to the working of
tin-ores At the site. This is supported by
finds search ace grinding stones and a conspicuous
concentration of quartz of fragment.
The latter were probably brought to the settlement
together with tin-ores, for cassiterite
occurs mainly in quartz veins. Another
accumulation of quartz and several pounders
were found in the area of house 3, indicating
that extensive reduction of ores what
coach reeds out here too. In addition, there what
a concentration of flakes and grooved of hammer
of limestone, thus that the production
and or use of of hammer tone can Be presumed
ace wave. Grooved of hammer tone
were only used in mining but for
crushing ores. Grinding stones likewise
played in important role in this respect,
and were found in great numbers, esp. near
houses 3 and 53.
There can Be no doubt that thesis structures
were associated with the exploitation
of the tin-ore deposits and with the ridge
tap dances of processing the extracted ore in
workshops, which consequently infers a specialised
metal-working settlement of the Andronovo-
TazabagJab culture in Karnab-
Sichkonchi. This is attested by implements
for crushing and grinding ores, the identification
of tin in the ovens and traces of metallurgical
activities with the use of arsenical
Summarv 305
copper and tin bronze. The location of
Sichkonchi-Saj At about I km from the
mine what probably in connection with the
supply of water, essential only for everyday
life but for ore dressing of process ace
wave. A-lthough comparably small, this site
what fruit juice likely one among many similar stations
in the surroundings of Karnab.
Obviously, the justified question arises ace
to which area what supplied with the tin
from Karnab, Lapas, Changali and mush B sharp tone.
Analytical investigations undertaken in
this regard have produced any definite
results yet. However, several of import from
the Bactrian region (pottery sherds and a
stone vessel) were found At the mining and
metal-working settlement of Karnab-Sichkonchi,
that indicate far-reaching contacts.
Camel and horse bones found in Karnab-
Sichkonchi further demonstrate, that the
necessary means for transport over great
distances were At hand. Moreover, during
the ridge helped of the 2'd millennium BC
groups of the Andronovo-Tazabag'jab culture
repeatedly advanced from the Zeravshan
valley through the Karakum desert
into southern Turkmenistan and over the
mountain of passport of the Hissar to rank to Bactria,
where they left behind graves and smaller
settlements. On the whole, the reciprocal
interactions were intense and manifold.
Nonetheless, according to the present stage
of analytical investigations, the tin bronzes
examined from Sapalli and Dzharkutan,
two of the fruit juice important urbane like sites
in northern Bactria during that period of
time, Th appear to derive from the oredeposits
in the Zeravshan valley. Therefore,
the question ace to the extent to which the
bearers of the Andronovo - fazabag'jab culture
solely mead their own needs with the tin
they mined and produced and to what extent
surplus may have been traded further
remains unanswered. At any advises, ore exploitation
in Karnab, Lapas, Changali and
Mush B sharp tone if precisely into a period during
which bronze what apparently commonly
in use in the Near East. The need for tin what
correspondingly great, only there but
so in the zones of the tap-dances and forest
tap-dance farther to the north, between the Yenisei
river in the east and the Urals region in
the west. There the majority of metal objects
dating to the time of the Andronovo culture
were likewise maggot of tin bronze. The utilisation
of tin bronze objects even extends
into the preceding Early bronze Age Okunev-
or Sejma-Turbino-Horizon from the
of the 3'd and beginnins of the 2'd millennium
With the project supported by the Volkswagen
Foundation tin-ore mining during
the bronze Age has been successfully discovered,
attested and documented for the ridge
time. It what a great stroke of luck that in
Karnab, in addition to the ancient workings,
a miners' settlement what discovered
and could Be excavated completely. This
permits important affirmations about the
structure and organisation of the work of process
and organisation. In all the investigated
sites, it what members of the Andronovo-
TazabagJab culture who coach reeds on
mining and the processing of ores. The problem
concerning the origin of tin may
Be resolved completely, but - with reference
to the study of ore deposits and to
mining archaeologyo - a definite background
has been achieved for the ridge
time, which can Be placed in the cultural
context and history of Central Asia and adjacent
5 Parzinger in 2002.
6 lakes the detailed presentation in the second volume of the final publication: "The tin of the Bronze Age in Central Asia
II" (Tin in the bronze Age of Central Asia II).
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cBoLrx Mr4Kpoo^eMeHToB. Ceepxa o6pa:qoe
e KoNa6HHa\t4t4 C HsororraMu cBr4HrIa B pyae
C oÄHoBpeMeHHbrMH apreQanralrv, uair-
B AeHHbrMH pa3^r4rrHbrx MecTax B 4o^r4He
3epanuaHa ([, aurw Koslr) z e 0:rtuoM
Ys6eKzcraHe (Cana "r, r.u Tene, {sxapwyraH),
4aör rroKa ro^bKo Herarr.rBHbre pe-
3y^brarbr. Ero roeoprzr o Rome, rrro Mera ^^
Lt3 Ao cr4x rrop rzcc^e4oBaHrrlrx o6nexroe
Hey [por4cxo Avrlt t43 Myuzcroua.
Pa:ee4xz, rrpoBe4eHHue e paüoue Mec-
Topolr (aeHrzü Kapua6a, Aanaca, Yarau, t
and MylluucroHa cBr4ere^r, crByror, rrro approx.
Mbre paHHvre Brr. ArlMbre ha froBepxHocTH
(4 B. 40 H. see. - 4 N. H. see.), an ocHoBHa.rr
qacrb noce, renzü Aarvpyercfl paHHr.rM
cpe4HeBeKoBbeM Pr 6o "rro34Hr, rM BpeMerlelr.
Dro e paeuoü Mepe orHocr.rrc.fl r.r Ko
MHOTI4M paCKOfraHHbrM HaMLr KypraHaM v3
onpyrrr Kapua6a. B qeurpe coBpeMeHHoro
Ce, r.a Kapua6, e Henocpe4crBeHHoä 6, n2-
3OCTlr OT ÄpeBHr4X rXaXT, BO3BbrrrraeTct
o6urzpurrü xo^M. rerre B
paüouax Cpe4Heü Azuu,
^er (aulux K
ceBepy and BocroKy or Typxueu*tcrana,
orHocr.rrcrr x 1 rrrc. 40 H. supra, npezMyulecr-
BeHHo rto eropoü ero rro^oBttne. Tevr ue
MeHee, C qe^r, Io flpoBepKrl noc^e4oBaTe^r, -
Hocrrr 3ace^eHu.s paüoHa Kapua6a Mbr
3a^olnu^r {ha rerre ABa crparvrpaQnuec-
Kr4x pa3peea. Ouv no4TBep4rr^v pe3y^b-
Tarbr pa3Be4ox. tr4cc, re4oBaHHbre c^or4 Co.
4eplKa^r4 no^y3eM ^ "flHKLr no34HeaxeMe-
HLlÄCKOTO-paHHeS^rlHrZCTr4r {eCKOrO BpeMeuv
(KapHa6 I z II: 5-2ll rs.4o u.o.). Ouz
6r, r, nrz repeKpbrrbr c^otMrr nyuraHcxoü ouoxz
(Kapua6 III V: 1-4 ee. and see.). Pauuee
cpe4HeBexonle (KapHa6 VI), noMr4Mo rrpoqero,
npe4cTaB^eHo orreH [xoporuo coxpa-
HzBrrrzMc.fl r, rzno6urnbrM yKpen^eHr {eM C
AByllls. pfl, AaMu 6oüHzq. To 3 ares c^e4yror
erqe 6o "ree no34Hrre C, tou (Kapna6 VIIVIII)
rzc, taMcKoro BpeMeHV. Ocraercs Hey
tcHbrM 4o6lrea, rocr.Lz B DTLI BpeMeHa
3aecr, o^oBo, Ho 3Haqenae 4auHoü MecrHocrH
Mon.; {rHo B nepByro oqepe4b cB.fl3aTb C
ilepeKpecrKoM Toproerrx nyreü B 4o^r.rHe
3epaeruaua - o4HoM rr3 r aBHbrx yqacrKoB
Be, nnrtoro [re^KoBoro ttyrr4.
floceyreHze ropH.f, KoB orroxv 6pou:u
KapHa6-CnrrKoHrrrr orHocrzrc.fl K HeMHorvM
H3BecrHbrM B oroM pearl-raw. OHo 6r, no
ca.yuaüuo o6uapyxeno B coBercKoe BpeM.rr
e npoQrz, r.e reo^orlrqecKoro pa3pe3a rro4
c^oeM HaBetHHoro
^ecca MoulHocTbro
1.20 rra. tauuax crrrya\v.fl. o6Lqcu.ser ror
Qaxl vro noce, teuzü aHapoHoBcKo Tasa
6arbq6cKoü Ky^F, Typbr l fi rro^oBprHr, r
2 ruc. Ao H. D. Ao Cr {x rop Hey 6ru.o
Bbr.flB^eHo. B Myuzcrona
cvTyar\ufl vr} {afl: Ha oqeHb KpyTbrx cK^oHax
BToro BbrcoKoropHoro
e4ea, rrz
Mor H coxpaHrrrr, cfl floce^eHun, ecAw 6 m
oHrz TaM norya-az6o V cyulecrBoBa^lr.
lopuaqnoe üoce^ Kapua6-CzqKoHrrLI
cnerlr4a^v3r {poBa^ocb ua errpa6orKe o^oBa.
Ouo 6lr, ro lo^Hocrbro pacKonaHo r4 Mbr
BnepBbre [o^y\il, 1^11 4aHHbre o TOM, KaK
Bbrr.rr4e^o no4o6Hoe rroce^eHze. lloce-
Haxoau^ocb ha paccro.flur.ur I Ku,
To ecrb B Henocpe4creenHoü 6, rra3ocrz, or
ApeBHrzx [raxr. B ero Ky^F, TypHoM c^oe V of B
rrraxrax Kapua6a and Aanaca, TaK) r (e KaK r4 B
Myruncroue, 6and, Ta uafr4elaa aHApoHoBCKorasa6arr.
q6cKa.s KepaMHKa. Täxuu o6pa-
3OM, BCe 3Tr {rIaMtTHLtKI4, fl B ^. grOTC.q CLIHXpOHHbrMZ
Lr orHoc-{Tcg x l-ü rro^oBzHe 2 rr, rc.
40 H.o. Ero no4reepln4aror r4 pe3y^ETarbr
pa4r4oyr epo4Hr, rx aHa^r43oB. Täx versrpe
rr3 Hr4x oxBarbrBaror BpeM.fl naexc4y 18 z
Harra^oM l4 ee, 40 H. supra, rrro coorBercrByer
npr4H.flTbrM paHee 4aTr4poBKaM.
Ha noce, teu nu Kapaa6-Cz.rnou.rn 6and, tz
BbI "flB^eHbI OCTaTKIT [I.STI4 nO^y3eM^tHOK I, r
MHoroqlrc^eHHbrx oqaroB, MapKr, rpyrcqnx,
BepotITHo, MecTa, rze cTofl^v
rra^aroqHoto r4tu roproo6pas-
Horo rurra. CrparrzrpaQun and Mecrax oqaroB,
_qM H^rr BHyTpH no^y3eM ^. flHoK yKa-
3brBae! Bo3MolKHo, ha lrx MHoroKpaTHoe
ce3oHHoe I {cfIo^r, 3oBaHI4e, HO Hey ha HenpepbrBHyro
3ace^eHHocTE, B AAr4-
Te^bHoro BpeMeHV. llpauevare^bHo, r {To
oqarrz pas^urrHbrx Qas QyunqzoHr {poBaHr4.rr
iloce^eHz page cKoHrIeHTprrpoBaHbr ha o [pe-
4e^eHHbrx n^oqa4Kax, To ecTr, fra^aTKr4
rr^H ropTf, r cTaBZ^Ltcb ha o4Hrrx and Tex) Ite
Mecrax. Dro cez4ere^r, crByer o Rome, rrro
Pesnve 309
lrr., a caMo ollo, Bt44uMo, nMe^o cTa-
6uaruyro BHyrpeHHroro opraHz3ar4r4ro.
B xuxznax QyuxquoHupoBa^r4 o4Ho-
BpeMeHHo HecKo^bxo orraroB. 3ano, \nenz.q
4Byx neqefr 4a.xu He6o^brxoe, Ho rcHo
ycTaHaB^LlBaeMOe CO4eplKaHHe O^OBa, rrro
Bfro^He 4onycKaeT I4x MeTa ^^ yprr4qecKoe
npe4Ha3HarreHHe. Dro uo; xuo npe4no^o-
) Krrrb vt 4tfl Apytvx neveü, zMeBrur4x
TaKyro) Ke KoHcrpyKrlrrrc. Tärczu o6pa:ou,
Ha noce^eHralz, cKopee BCeIo, he, rpa6a-
t4X Qpat-
Mera ^^ an o6Hapyxeno one 6and, r, supra Ho o, toe.slevtcTag,
6ponsa rrpor, r3Bo4r, r^acb, o rreM
cBzaere^bcrByror Hafi4eHnrre 3aecb Hey
6o, Lluroü ee c^rrroK and:rail., tlz., ocraBrxuec "see
Terr rre MeHee, uaü4eHurre e
Kapua6e-CvqnoHrrrz KycKlr o "noexnnoü py-
Abbot - tcacclzreplzra, C co4eplraHnew 4o 8 "/"
o^oBa, 6pocarouleec.fl B r a3a 3Harrlrre^r, -
Hoe Ko^r4qecrBo cKorr^eHlrü nycrcoB conpo-
BOlK4arOuIefo ero KBaprIa r {MHoroqzc^eHHbre
) KepHoea (oco6euHo Y [o^y3eM ^-aHoK
3 and 53) 4onycKaror npe4no^o; lreHze o rrepepa6orne
eroü pyAu ha rroce^eHuLt.
Cxon, r.eurz, q H KBaprIa KaMeHHbre Mo^orbr,
KoropbrMr4 py4a pa3Me^blra^acb, 6rr "t o6napyxeHbr
Y ro^y3eM ^. qNaxz 3. 34ecr Xe 6N, nz
HaüAeHbr MHoroqlrc^eHHbre v3BecrHflKoBbre
orulerrbr rz v3BecrH. {Koerrü Mo^o! cBVAe-
Te^bcrByroillt4e, Br4ArrMo, o6 usroroB^eHr {rr
Ha Mecre no4o6Hbrx LIHCTpyMeHToB.
Vrax, Here HrrKaKrzx coMHeHzü, vro e
KapHa6-CzqnoHrrr4 Mbr rrMeeM Ae^o C
aH4poHoBCKO-Ta3a6alr.fl 6CKr.rM frOCe^eHlreM
MeTa ^^ yproB,) r (HTe^u Koropofo cner-
llra^r, Ho 3aHV Ma^zcr 4o6lr.reü o, ros.fl HHoä
py4r, t and ee repBzrrHoü nepepa6ornoü. 06
oroM roBopn uaü.4eHHbre 34ecb zHCTpy-
MeHTbr, pe3y^bTaTbr rrpoBe4eHHbrx aHa^v-
3WHETHER CO4epXHMOTO neqeü 14 C / \e4bt Bbrfr^aBKIl
6ponsrr. lloce, renze pac [o^oxeHo Hey Herrocpe4cTBeHHo
Y rlaxT, a ha paccToflHr4v
I xu or HLrx, ha 6epery pextl CnunoHrrrr-
Cair, wo4a rtoropoü 6and, Heo6xozvMa KaK
4, and 6uronbrx Hy) K4, TaK H Z^tI [poLr3Bo4-
2 Parzinger2002.
cleeuuoü 4e.sre^L, Hocrz. lloce, Leuze 6Sr, to
ue6oarurunr and oro Aaer Bo3Molr (Hocrb
npeano^ararE, B onpecrHocrrx Kapua6a
Ha^Hqhe, Apy tLlx no4o6uurx naMflTHHKoR.
EcrecreeHHo, Bo3HVKaer Bonpoc, KaKa.rI
Teppuroprlfl o6ecne-rzea^acb o^oBoM H3
Kapna6a, Aanaca ur {auratv.r. Vro6n
HtaTI oro, 6lr "nz c4e, laHF, I MHoroqIlc^eHHF, Ie
aHa^v3bl MeTa ^^ a, Ho o4HO3Har {HbIX ÄaHHbrx
rroKa Hey fio^yqeHo. Ho e sroä cBfl3r4
c^e4yer yKa3arb, rrro B KapHa6-CzrrKoHqz
uaü.4eur, t 6anrpzücnlre HMrroprbr - KaMeHnrrü
cocy4 z Qparlreurbr KepaMr4KLt, rrro
fro3Bo.fleT c4e^aTb BI'rBo4 o Aa^bHrrx cB.g-
3rrx orofo noce^eHr4.g. Ero o1urare, rvr
pacrro^ara^v AAfl aroro ueo6xo4raurrlrz
TpaHcnopTHbrMZ cpe4cTBaMr4, o rreM cBHAere ^
bcrByror Kocrlr aoura4eü V Bep-
6 "rrc4oe. B 1-ü rro^oBrrHe 2 ruc. go H. supra
aH4poHoBcrco-raga6ar.ll6cxze rpyrilr, r MHoroKpaTHo
npo4Bt4ra^vcb B 4o^rrHy
3epaeuraua and qepe3 nycrbrHro of Kapaxyr', r 4o
well, trr DrccapcKrrx rop ao Banrpzz, ocraBuB
noc^e ce6 "q Morrz^tHLrKLr V ue6o, trurze
[oce^eHa.s. Täxzvr o6pa:orr, B3azMoor-
HorrreHr4.s 6Sr, rz rtroroo6pasuu Lt r {HTeHcrrBHbr.
Ho, cy4t no noc^e4Hvu aHat: and rt4-
rrecrLrM rrcc^e4oBaHvflM npo6 o^oBa rr.3
Cara, t, acts and!> xaprcyraua, caMbrx 3Harrz-
Te^bHbrx noce, reuraü ropo4cKoro rula Ceeepnoü
6anrpuu, oror Mera ^^ rrocryna ^
cro4a Hey H3 4o^r {Hbr 3epaeuraua. Bonpoc o
Tom, B xaxoü Mepe o^oBo, 4o6rreaeuoe
HocHTe ^. sMr4 aH4poHoecKo-rasa6arr.q6cnoü
Ky^bTypbr npe4Ha3Harra^ocb 4 ^. see TopfoB^II,
an e xaxoü 4 "L.t co6creeHHr, rx HylKÄ, ocraerc.fl
noKa orKpbrrbrM. fo6r, rva o^oBa e Kapua6e,
Aanace, r {aHra^u N MyurzcroHe npo-
Hcxo4rz, la B gate rrepr4o4, KorÄa llepe4uxx
Aszx yxe ynorpe6, lxaa sror rrera, t, r. Ho
norpe6Hocrrl B HeM r.rMe^acb 14 B crerrtx r4
Enpaeuu Me? K4y Enrzceelr uYpa-
r4e 6o; trurzucrBo ylxe 4oaH4poHoBCKHx
Mera ^^ uqecKrlx uz4e ttlz'ü. oKyHeBCKoro
l, z'ttu cefrua-ryp6uncxoro ropr43oHToB KoHr-la
3-ro z Halra^a 2-ro rrrc. Zo H. e. 6rr, to
r43roroB^eHo rz3 o^oBtH ucrofr, 6poHsu.2
B paMxax QzuauczpyeMoro (Doa, nnceareH-<
DoH4oM npoenTa BnepBbre y4a^ocr)
310 tins of the Bronze Age in Central Asia I
ycraHoBr4Tb Mecra paepa6orxu ropHF'Ix
Mecropo? K4enzü o, r.oea. Eo^btxofi yaatefr.
.flB^flercfl o6uapy: + teuHe I4 pacKofIKH floce-
Mera ^^ ypron N Kapua6e, r4e 6No., r.rz
no^yrreHbr BaxHbre 4aHHbIe o crpyKType I4
opraHr {3ar\Ll\1 A} 6rilsr4 gToro Mera ^^ a. ycra-
naM.rrrHuKax 4o6uveä z nepepa6orrcoü py-
Abitur 3aHLIMa^I4Ct' HOCLITC^Z aH4pOHOBCK () -
of rasa6arr'" q6cxoü ny, trryplr. Bonpoc o npo-
I {CXO} K4eHI4LI O^OBa Hey pelxeH, HO OH Bnep-
Bbre no^yqr4 ^ KoHKperHyIo apxeo^oru-
LrecKyro ocHoB3y-, cocraB ^. qroulYn qacrb
Ky^brypHo-Lr cropnqecKoro pa3B rrr ux Cpe 4-
lr'eü, Azuu and coceÄHr.rx C Heü reppuropzü.
3 Crotptr no4po6uoe r43^o) fieHue Bo BTopoM ToMe 3ax^Ioq [Re, r.tnoä ny6, tuxaqau "O, noeo onoxH 6poHsr, r e
Cpe4ueü A:rlu, II".
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Acxapoe in 1962
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Acxapoe in 1964
A.A.Acrapon, Apxeo, torrlqecxaa noe3axa B
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Acxapoe in 1965
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A.A.Acnapoe, Morzar, uuK erroxrr 6ponsr, r e Myr,
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Accapoe in 1973
A.A.Acxapoe, Cara, r., turena (Täurreur in 1973).
Acupon in 1977
A.A.Acrapon, and the following perueser.r "te4e^bqecxat Ky^brypa
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Acxapon in 1981
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Acxapoe/A, rr, 6ayv 197 9
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T OF M. Araxauoe, Pa6orrr ha ropoÄr4ule fUarrzxoHa
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Axpapoe in 1969
14. Axpapoe, Kyxouuax KepaMlrra (Deprauu XIXII
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Ee, tseea l9B3
T of B. Ee, tsera, I'Icc, re4ouaHux Xo4> xeHTcKoro
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Eepnurrau in 1950
A.H.Eepuurran, Tpy4r, r ceMuperreHcroü apxeo-
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Ra6unoe 1962
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EoroMo, roe / Ieu4e "uuraH I 990
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A. I Epyceuro, Ocrarrcr.r MoHyMeHTa^bHoro 34aHv-
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H. I Ba-tyrcr, rncnzü, Pacrconxlr B yPorrI4ule Mu, tr'r-
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Bapxoroea in 1964
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BuHorpa4on 19Blb
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H.M.Branorpa4oBa, O'rqer o pa6ore orpt4a rro
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BopoHrzHa 1964
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Coeercnag apxeo^orn-r: Ceo4 apxeo "tonrqecxux
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Iau6ypr / lop6yuoea in 1956
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H xapaxTep pa3Br t LrA Heo^rrrrirrecKo ü uu 4Y C t pun
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{r, arouoe in 1950
M. M. {rxroHon, Pa6ornr KaQr, rpuvrrancxoro orprga.
In: A. IO.flxy6oncxuü (Ed.), Tpyau Cor-
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ro apxeo^oruu CCCP 15 (Mocxea-ÄeHuHrpaa
1953) 147-186.
fraxoHoe in 1953
M. M. {r, xxouoe, Apxeo, loruqecKue pa6oru e
Hr.r) fiHeM TeqeHr, rlr pexu KaQupuurana (Ko6a4uaH)
(In 1950-1951 rr.). In: Tpyau Tä4xzxcxoä apxeo-
, \oru.recxoü oxcneÄuquu 2, in in 1948-1950 Rn Marepzatu
vt [cc^eÄoBaH [. {no apxeo^oruu CCCP 37
(Mocxra-ÄenuHrpa4 1953) 253-293.
Ee4oxr.nroe 1975
B.B.Ee4oxl*roe, Hoerre pacronKv A, rexceeecKoro
noce^ ha p. To6o "r. Coeercna.a apxeo-
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Ee4oxrauoe / MypsrzH 1984
| Ä. En4oxr.rrraoe / B. 0. MypsuH, Pannecxzecxoe
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) Kyxou in 1956
B.{.Xyron, Marepza, rr'r K v3yrreHr419 Earrrenuncxoü
rpyunlr rraM. {THr, rKoB e sana4Hoä vacru EyxapcKoro
oa3raca. Tpyalr l4ucruryra trlcroptru and
Apxeo, torlrra Axa4er, rrzrl Hayn Ya6excxoü CCP B,
IN 1956,).73-204.
3a4Henpoecruir lg62
0. A. 3a4nenpoecxzä. {peeHeselr, re4e^r, qecKat
Ky^r, Typa (DepraHrr. Marepua, lrr V vccle4oBalo:z's.
flo apxeo^oruz CCCP ll8 (Mocxea-AeHuHrpag
3a4uenpoecxuü in 1966
0. A. 3a4uenpoecxuä, flauxrnzxl aHr, lpoHoBcKoi;
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r, rcroprrrecnoe lrcro^ In: I, Ie Äc-topuLl t4
apxeo^orrr ÄpeBHero Tsul-fllaH.n (Euunex in 1995)
3.1-t +-
3aü6epr in 1993
B. SUPRA 3aä6epr, Eneo "rrzr Ypa, ro-Zprr, rurcKoro Mext-
Aypeqbt (llerponan, noncr in 1993).
3Ac, raecnarr in 1959
(D. A. 3Ac, raecxax, Eorzn.a n^o4opo4lrr B Koporr ^
acrvne AQpacza6a KyrraHcxoro eperraeHrl (flo
Marepua^aM co6panua Myaea zcropuz YsCCP).
I4cropua Marepr.ra^bHoü xy, uryplr Ys6exzcraHa
1, 1959,22-59.
3esenxoea 1972
B., {. 3eseHxoBa, KpaH [o, toru.recx] rü Marepua
Ir3 Karuxalapruncnoü o6^acru. I4cropua uarepua,
rr, noü Pr Ky^bry, r Ys6exHcraua 9, in 1972, ll5-
3esenxoea 1973
B. {. 3esenxoua, Onucare, rbHbre ÄaHHbre qepenoB
KyeuHcxoro xrrag6uqa IX-X eexoe. l4crop*rt r, nrepuanruoü
Ky^r, Typr, r Ys6exzcraHa 10, in 1973,
3eseHroea 1974
B. "fl. 3eseHxona, Hexoropbre^orr4rrecxue
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AszIl. In: IJeurpa, tr, uaa Aszr e KyrrraHcnyrc oloxy
I. Tpyart Melr (AyHapo4Hoü xouQepeuqru no rrcropuu,
apxeo^orulr and Ky^r, Type IJeHTpa^r, Hoü Asllra
B KyrxaHcxoro onoxy. fiynau6e, 27 cenrxlpx -
6 oru6pr in 1968 N (Mocxna in 7974) 226-236.
3efina, and in 1972
E. B. 3eü, Tä, nu-6apsnncxuü xaa4 MoHer C
rr3o6pa) r {eHr.reM
Coo6rqenvs locyaapcr-
BeHHat Spnzraxa 34, 1972,70-75.
3eäua; rs in 1978
E. B. 3eürraaas, llo, trarrzvecnar ricropur.4peeueä
TpaHcorcczaubr no HyM) l3Maruqecxr4M aaHHbrM.
In: B. | ÄyxoHzrr (Ed.), Ky, r, rrypa Bocrora.
/peeHocrl a paHHee cpegHeBenoBbe. C6opHzn
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3eüna, tr in 1983
E. B. 3eürr, Ra "Tb, MoHerbr Ta4x (lyuraH6e 1983).
trIeaHuqxzä 1992
14. [. I4e.alaulq.xzä, Caparene-2 - lloce, renve Kepa-
Mr, rKoB cepe4zHr, r I rbrc-aqe, l.eru" {4o H. D. rro4
Canapxau4or '.r. l4croput Marepva^r, Hoä ry, tr, rypr, r
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trLrlxcoea in 1990
C. P Z, rr, qcoga, Axcuxercxue qvparu. I, lcropua uarepua,
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\4caxos in 1977
A. tr4. tr4caxoe, IJzra4e "tr JpeBHero lleH4xuneura
(fiylllrauie in 1977).
trIcaxoe in 1983
A. 14. Vcaxon, Pacnonxn Capaslrcroro orprga B
In 1983 r Apxeo; roruvecKve pa6orr, r N Tä4x 23, IN 1983 (1991), 348-362.
tr4caxoe in 1984
A. W. tr4caxoe, tr4cc.tre4oraHnr Capa3McKoro orpa4a
e in 1984 N Apxeo, roruuecrHe pa6ornr N Tä4; xu-
KVcraHe 24.1984 (1993), 117-130.
I, Icarcoe in 1991
A. tr {. tr4caxoe, Capasla (flyuau6e in 1991).
tr4caroe / florelrxuna in 1989
A. tr4. LlcaxoB/I M. llorenxI.rHa, Morz, tsnun
rr^eMeH enoxrl 6poH:r, r e Tä4xczrurcrane. Coeerc-
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l4caw:r.z'aulr.os in 1978
M.X.ZcauuAt\tr:aoB, CrparzrpaQzt ropo4rrnla
Ep-Kyprau e trOxHoNa Ys6exacraHe. CoeercKas
apxeo^orptr in 1978, H. 3,216-229.
I4cavu44uuov 1979
M.X.I4canulÄt4HoB, Kepalauxa rolr (Horo Cor4a N
Erroxy ApeBHocrr4 r't paHHero cpe4HeBeKoerg. AeropeQ.
Ar4cc. lrLa:e^A. HCr. HayK (Äeuuurpa4 1979).
\4catrngguuoulEaparoe 1990
M.X.I4canuggunoulC. P Eaparon, Hoenre pac-
Konxlr Myrxoua e laeacee. trlcropva Mareprra^buoü
xy, and, rypr, r Ys6exucraHa 24, in 1990, 86-93.
tr4 cauu 44uuos I Cy neüv ale'os 7 I 7 7
M.X.I4cauu44uuovlP. X. Cy, teürraauoe, Koun, rexc
pr.rrya^r, Ho-Kylr, ToBoä KepaMrzxv IV V it. zs
IOxnoro Corya. tr4croprrr Marepua^buoü xy, Pr Lsry,
r Ys6exucrasa 13, l97Z 65-69.
l4cavu44uuozlCy "teünauoe I 984
M.X.Zcanz44uuoulP X. Cy, teüuaHoe, Epxypraa
(CrparzrpaQzx and nepzo4r.rsaqux) (TäIrrxeHr
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E. A. Xcxaxona/m. X. tr4cxaxoe, Teppaxorlr {a, lr, -
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M. A. trIrnna, Pacronxz crorHox raga6arr.q6cxoü
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tr4rzna in 1961
M. A. I, Irzna, Pacxonnr.r Mor [^bH].rxa rasa6aru-
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Marepua, Ru Xopesncxoä oKcne4uqr {Pt 5 (Mocxea
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Llru:'l'a in 7977
M. A. tr4rvua, Llcropun crerrHr, rx n^eMeH Oxnoro
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Tpyau Xopecncnoü apxeo, loro-orHorpaQz.reccoü
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trIrana in 1986
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Auy4aprz. Apxeo; roro-na^eoaHTpono^oruirecxoe
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Ka6anoe 1957
C.K.Ka6anoe, Apxeo, rraMrruuKr.i
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Axa4euuz Hayn Ye6excr Ka6anoe 1959
IJ. K. Ka6auoe, Apxeo, rorlrqecKrre Ha6, trcgerrzt
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Hac, roenzä ÄpeBHero ropo4prrqa e Kura6e. Zcropr-
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C.K.Ka6aHoe, Apea, r. Lr oBo^rollafl ÄByx Kepa-
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Ka6anoe 1964B
C.K.Ka6anoe, Pacronxz ua llloprene 6; rua Kaprrrlr
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B.A.PaHon, {peeHocru Kaäpax-
Kynon ({peeneüura.s ucropar C eeepHoro TagtxuxzcraHa).
Axa4euua Hayr Tä4arzncroü CCP
(fiyrnu6e in 1962) 170-195.
ÄurezHcxr.rü 1968
E.A.ÄurezHcxzü, Opy> xze Hace^eHv.s flarr, rupa and
(DepraHrr B caKcnoe eperrar. Eoeer, Re ronoplr. KuHlxa,
trr. HaxoneqHr4ru crpe, t. Marepva^r, ha; t Ky^brypaTa4,
xuxucraHa I (fiyll; la:el6e in 1968) 69-115.
/lureuucxuft in 1972
E.A.ArzrezHcxuü, Kypraubr t4 RypyMbr 3arra4uoir
(Depraur, r (Pacxonxu. llorpe6a; rsnr, rü o6pr4 e
cBere ernorpa (puz). Moru, lr, nprnu 3ana4Hoü
(Deprauu I (Mocxea lg72).
Aurpuqcr; uil 1973a
B.A.Anrezncrzü, Kepauvna b3 Morn^bHaKoB
3ana4nofi öepranrr (nepnoe, terue H. supra).
Moru, r.r, nrzxz 3ana4noü (DepraHr, r II (Mocnna in 1973).
ÄzrezHcrtIzü 1973B
E.A.ÄzrslrHcxzä, YrpauretÄfl. u3 Morr4^r, HLrKoB
3ana4uoü (Depranr, r. Moru, rlnzrcu 3ana4Hoü
(DepraHrr III (Mocxea in 1973).
AIlrealrcruü 1978
E.A.Ar.rrerzncnuü, Opygua rpy4a V of Pr Yrba, H3
Morv^bHuKoB 3anagHoü (Depraulr. Morn, trurznu
3ana4noü Oeprauu IV (Mocxea l97B).
ÄnreuHcxnä 1995
B.A.ÄareuHcxuü (Ed.), Bocro.rHr, rü Typrcecrau
B ApeBHocrt4 and paHHeM cpe4HeBexoBbe. Xosaücreo,
Marepua^bHar Ky^brypa (Moctua l g95).
Aur nurrcxuir lMyxur4zHoe I 969
E.A.Äzreuucxzü/X. Myxur4uHoe, AnrprqHoe ropo4uqe
Carcauoxyp (trO; xuuü Tä4rxurzcran). Co.
Bercxa.fl apxeo^ornr in 1969, H.2, 160-178.
Nomad village euHcxwia/Ce4oe I 984
E.A.ÄrreuHcxuülA. B. Ce4oe, Ky, tr, Ru z pz-
Tya^r, r ryuraHcxoü Eanrpaz. lIorpe6a, tsHr, rü
o6pr4 (Mocxea in 1984).
Aur suncxuil/C o, loe tea I 97 2
E.A.Äl.rreaucxuir / 8th C. Co., lonr, ee, CrorHrca
crennoü 6pou:u e IOxHoN4 Tä4xzxrlcraHe. ycnexrz
cpe4Hea3zarcxoü apxeo^orr {rr l, 197 2, 41 47.
ArlrerlHcnrü among other things 19ti2
6. A. AÄrezHcxuft/A.lI. Oxaa4uIzxoe / B. A. PaHoe,
/peeuocrz Kaüpax-Kynon (lyruaH6e lg62).
Marczrraenxoe l97B
I A. MaxcrrrueHxoe, ha AH4poHoBcKar Ky^brypa
Enzcee (AeurlHrpa4 l97B).
Mau4e, and, urau 1966a
A.M.Man4e^r, rrrraM, llorpe6eHzn cpy6uoü xy "Rn
Typbr B IO; xnoü TyprrueHzu. Kparxze coo6ulenza
* Jox a4ax lr lo^eBbrx uccteÄoBauutx tr lucrrtryra
apxeo^orr.ra, AH, CCCP l0B, in 1966, 105-108.
Mau4e, tr, mralr 1966B
A.M.Mau4e^brrrraM, Ko.reeHzxu ua nyru N I, Iu-
4r.rrr. Tpy4u Tä4; xr.rxcxoü Apxeo, rorzvecxoü 3rcne4urfuv
I4ucruryra Apxeo, noruru, AH, CCCP and
Wucruryta tr4cropuu to. A. foHzna, AH, TäAxurcxoü
CCP 5. Marepza "tbr rr Äcc eÄ no
apxeo^ort4 r.r P I 3 6 (Mocxea-Aenr.rHrpaÄ 1 966).
MaH4e, trurrarrr in 1975
A.M.MaH4eibrrrraM, llau-arnnxu KoqeBHuKoB
KyuaHcKoro BpeMeHr.r e Cenepuofi Earrpuu. Tpy-
4r, r Tä4xr.rxcxoü apxeoaorn.recxoü oKcrre4r.trlprpr
l4vcruryra Apxeo "norzrz, AH, CCCP and l4ucruryra
l4croputt ur, a. A. {ouuua, AH, Tä4xnrccxo; T CCIR
(Aeur.rHrpaa 1975).
Man4e, uurrau in 1992
A.M.Mau4e^r, rrrraM, Ko.reeoe uace, lenue Cpe4-
Hea3LlaTCKOrO MelK4yperrbfl B noc^elHtre BeKa Äo
uaueä opnr rz nepBbre eena uaueü eplr. In:
CrenHan lo^oca Aszarcxoü qacru CCCP e cxzeocapMarcxoe
eperrra. Apxeo^orur CCCP XI (Mocxea
1992) 107-115.
324 Tinn of cler Bronze Age in Central Asia I
Mapry "laH in 1972
A.X.Mapry, taH, Ioprroe Ae^o B IJeurpa, truor, r
Kasaxcrane B ApeBHze r't cpeÄHlre eera. In: Ilouc-
Ku a pacxonKrz see KagaxcraHe (A, tua-Ara in 1972).
Mapry, yard in 1973
A.X.Mapry "taH, {xesra3raH - 4peenuü ue-
Ta ^^ yprr4qecxuü qeurp. In: Apxeo, r.orl {rlecK} Re
vcc^e4oBaHvl e KasaxcraHe (A, tlta-Ara in 1973).
Mapry, taH in 1979
A.X.Mapry, laH, Eeraasl-faH4r'r6aeecxat Ky^brypa
IJeurpa "tr'noro Kagaxcraua (A, tr, aa-Ara in 1979).
Mapry "thaw among other things in 1966
A. X. Mapryaan/K. A. Axüuree/m. K. Ka4up6aee/
A.M.Opa:6aen, fpeeuaa Ky^r'rypa lJeurpa, tsnoro
Kagaxcrana (A, ura-Ara in 1966).
Maplrax 196 l
E.A.Mapurax, B, University of Technology xnrä ropeBTrrRr4 ha corguircxyrc
KepaMuxy VII-VIII eexon. Ky, trrypa and
rzcKyccrBo HapogoB Bocroxa 6. Tpy4rr locyaapcr-
BeHHarr Opuuraxa 5 (ÄeHzurpa4 1961) 175-201.
MacrNroe 1979
tr4. C. Macvrraoe, Zsyveuue rraMtrHlrKoB orloxü
6poHerr Ha3oBr, eB Mypra6a. Couercrcax apxeoaorz.
q in 1979, H. 1, lll-131.
MaccoH 1957
B.M.Maccon, tr4:tyteuue oHeo^LITa and 6poHsoeoro
eexa Cpe4Hei.i AeuH. CoeercKzur apxeo orntt in 1957,
Maccon in 1959
B.M.Maccon, Äpenueseu, teÄe^brrecrar Ky^brypa
Mapruanrr. Marepza, ur V vccn.eÄoearlas. ro
apxeo^orurr {CCCP 73 (Mocxea-Aeuzurpa4 1959).
Maccon in 1966
B.M.Maccon, Ky, trrypa 3auan-Ea6a. In: Cpe4-
nrs Aszs B onoxy KaMHt lt 6ponsr'I (Mocxea Äe
HHHrpaÄ 1966) 208-213.
Maccou in 1971
B.M.Maccon, lloce, teuue lxeüryH (npo6, r.errra
craHoB^euru npor3Bo4flrlleü exonouuxr-r). Marepvat*
V trcc^eÄoBaHrrt no apxeo^oruta CCCP 180
(Mocxea-AeuzHrpaa 197 1).
Maccorr in 1985
B.M.Maccon, Ceeepnaa Earrpua. In: I A. Korre ^
eHKo (Ed.), {peeneü rocy4apcrea Kae-
Ka3a r {Cpe4Heü Asuz. Apxeo "torus CCCP VITI
(Mocxea in 1985) 250-272.
Maccon in 1956
In my opinion Maccou, Kparxnä oqepx rrcroplrl\u3yqeHut
Cpe4neü A:üz e apxeo^oruqecKoM orHorucHttt4.
Tpyarr Cpe4neaszarcxoro locy4apcreeuuoro YHUBepczrera
31, Zcropuuecxlre HayKIr 12.1956,
Maccon in 1973
In my opinion Maccon, Cro, r.uvHr, Re ropo4a e o6aacrz hertz
3oBr'eB Kaussa4aprz C 4peeueüurzx epeueu (Tärrrxenr
Marrourun in 1982
I H. Marrourun, gueo "tnr Oxuoro Ypa" la (Mocrna
Me4eeÄcxaq 1976
tr4. H. Megne4crcat, Hoesrü nyuraucxtü Morrr^t '-
nzrc e EeüKenrcroü Äo^rrHe. Apxeo, lorzuecxze
orrpbrrrrt in 1975 r., 1976,568-569.
Me4ee4cnar 1979
tr4. II. Me4ee4cxaa, Pacnonnz e lllaapryze see in 7974
N Apxeo, torurrecxr, Re pa6orrr e Tä4> nzxzcrale.e 14,
In 1974 (1979), 1t0-t22.
Me, rroxoea in 1964
A. I4. Me, troxoea, Boopyxenue cxrzQoe. Coeercrat
apxeo^oraa: Ceo4 apxeo^orr {qecKr.rx rrcroq-
Huxoe {l-4 (Mocxna in 1964).
Meurxeprac in 1962
B.A.Meurxepr.rc, Teppaxorr'r CanapxaH4cKoro
nysen. Kara, ror apeBHHx craryorox and Apyrux
Me^Krrx cKy^brrrypHbrx vs4e, +uü Hs o6o) KfieHHoü
r r.rHbr, xpaHrultrxcl e Pecny6 "lurancrcou Mysee
r {cropr {and Ky^ETypbr and rictyccrBa YsCCP B ropoae
Canapxau4e (ÄeHrzurpaa 1962).
Merurepac in 1964
B.A.Meumepuc, Pauuze corguücrcae craryoTxz
6oruHu-lrarepz. Coo6rqeHrz.s locy4apc'lueHuoro
Splaurarta 25, in 1964, 46-54.
Meumepuc in 1965
B.A.Meunepuc, Paunue reppaKo'r'r, r Cor4a (K eonpocy
o6 rrcroKax cor4zücnoü nopon, racrurcu). In:
tr4cxyccreo raÄ) Kr.rKcKoro uapoga 3 ({yuraH6e I 965)
3-5 t.
Meuneprzc in 1977
B.A.Meruxeprzc, Kopon, tacruru Cor4a ({yuraH6e
Meumeprac in 1989
B.A.Meunepuc, Cor4nücxar reppar (ora ({yuraH6e
Mup6a6aee 1981
A. Mzp6a6aee, O pa6orax 9opryücroro xos4oroBopHoro
orpl4a e l98l r Apxeo "toruqecxlre
pa6oru e Tä4xurucraue 21, l9Bl (1988), 56-72.
Morrl, tr, nuxoe in 1992
B.A.Moru, tr, Hr.rKoB, Xyuuy 3a6aüxa "tr's. In: Crer-
Har no^oca Asuarcxoü qacrz CCCP e crolQocapMarcKoe
epeur.a. Apxeo, r.orul CCCP XI (Mocxea
1992) 254-273.
Mocxa, renxo in 1983
H.A.Mocxa, teuxo, Apxeolorriilecxae rlocryrr^enzs
e AeHuua6a4cxuä O6, tacruoü IzcropuKo-
KpaeBeÄrrecrriü uyseü e in 1983 r Apxeo "toruuecxue
pa6orr, r e Tä4xnrcacrane 23, in 1983 (1991), 104-114.
Mourxoea in 1963
M. I Mourxoea, flauaruuxu npoxopoBcKoü Pr Xyalry,
r. CoeercKaq apxeo^orul: Cno4 apxeo^orarrecrux
Hcroqgr.rKoB Ä 1-10 (Mocxna in 1963).
Myxane4xanoe l97B
A. P Myxalreax {aHoB, l4cropua opoureana EyxapcKofo
oa3r.rca (C 4peeueüurrrx BPeMeH ÄO
Haqa^a XX N.) (TäruxeHr 1978).
Myxaue4:xarroe among other things in 1982
A. P Myxaue4) r (aHoB fl. K. Mnpsaaxne4oe / lll. T
A4r, r" ^oe, Kepar, ruxa Mr., r) * (HI, Ix c^oeB 6yxapu (Onrrr
lpe4Bapure^u roü puog uza4uu). Zcropua rn'rarepua,
rsuoü Ky^LTypr'r Yg6exücraHa 17, in 1982,
8 r-97.
Myxalre4xauos among other things in 1988
A. P Myxaue4xauoe / Ill. T A4u "ton / 1st K. Mnpeaaxue4oe/
l A. Ceuenoe, lopo4uqe flaüxeu4. K
npo6, teue r43yrreHr {t cpe4HeBexoBoro ropo4a Cpe4-
Heü Asurl (Täurxeur l98B).
Hexpacoea in 1974
E. I Hexpacoea, K Bonpocy o6 yurlQrlruquz
TepMrlHo^orrru 4peeneü KepaMHKr-r Cenepuoä
Eaxrpzu. In: {peen.ra Eaxrpru. Ilpe4napure, u-
Mr., Re coo6rqeHua o6 apxeo, rorr {rlecrlrx pa6orax ua
rore Ya6exucraHa (AenuHrpaa 1974) 88-92.
Heuqeea in 1969
I4. E. Heuqeea, CrparNrpaQzl ro:xuoä oKpaunr'I
ropo4lrqa A 153-205.
Hey H. trO. HeQeaon, Ky, trrono-MeMopr4a^bHoe coopyxeHze
Epxyprarra Federal Railway II-IV. H.s. In: M. I4. (Dn, Ra
HoBIirr (Ed.), Apxeo, tornvecnze pa6orbr ha
uoeocrpoünax Ys6erucrana (Täurrenr in 1990) 118-
Hu, and, cen in 1959
B.A.Hra, uceH, Kr'rsrr, r-Krrp (, rarrr pacxonox
In 1955 r). I {cropua Marepl {a^r'Hoä xy, r.rrypr'r
Ys6exzcraHa l, in 1959, 60-78.
Hu, tscen in 1966
B.A.Hu, trceu, CraHon, r.enue Qeo4a, r.t'uoü Pr Apxurekry,
r Cpe4Heä A:ur.r (V-VIII en.) (TäurxeHr
O6e, rsqenxo in 1962
SUPRA B. O6e, No., venxo, Moru, rsnurc Ax4xaprene.
l4cr opux Mareprra^bHoü xy; tr'ryplr Ya6exucrana
3, t962,57-70.
O6e-ns.regno I966
SUPRA B. O6e, a.r.reuxo, Caaarancxrre Kypr-aHbr. trlcroplrr
Marepr4a, uuoü xy, and, rypr, r Y:6exracraua 7,
IN 1966, 67-78.
O6e "tr.reuro in 1967
SUPRA B. O6e, tr.reuxo, florpe6eHrre capMarcnoro rr.rra
no4 CauapraH4ola. Coeercra, an apxeo orus in 7967,
H. 2, 181-187.
O6e, tr.leHKo 1969
SUPRA B. O6e, nsqeHxo, Mupaury^L'cxrre xypraurr. tr4c-
Topr.rr Marepua, tr'noü Ky^tTypbl Y:6enucraua B,
IN 1969, 80-90. 1972
SUPRA B. O6e, lbqeHKo, Ara, tr'rrcaücxve KyPI-aHbI.
I, Icropru Mareplia^bHoü xy "trrypr'r Ye6eKucraHa
O6e "and, qesxo in 1973
SUPRA B. O6errbrreHno, Kypraurr B oKpecrHocrtx
Cauapxau4a. AQpacza6 2 (Täurxenr in 1973)
O6e "trqesno in 1981
SUPRA B. O6e.uqeuxo, Kypraur, I 4peBHero Coraa (Tärrlxeur
O6e, and.regxo in 1992
SUPRA B. O6e, r.lveuno, Ky, tr, rypa aHTutlHoro Corya.
llo apxeoaor [rrecKnM aaHHbIM VII e. 4o H.s. -
VII e. H. supra (Mocxea in 1992).
O6o, r4yeea in 1955
T I O6o "tayeea, llorpe6eHll {sroxu 6poHssr e
Täuxeurcxoü o6aacrz. Kparrcue o
aor^aaax V no^eBbIX I4cc^eÄoBäHLrtx tr4Hcruryra
rrcropuu Pr Mare {a^bHoü ny "trrypu, AH, CCCP 59,
Ox, la4Hlzxoe 1958
A. Li. Ox "taaHrrxoB, Zcc, teÄoeaHrl.q naM-arHI4KoB
KaMeHHoro eeru Tä4xzxvtcrara. Marepzalr, r and
r {cc^eÄoBaHru no apxeo^oruz CCCP 66 (Mocxna-
Aeuuurpag in 1958).
flauQu, toe in 1980
SUPRA B. llauQn "roR, Hoeaa rpyrna nerpor" lnQoe e
llaHrase. Apxeo, torzvecrue pa6orlr e Tä4xu-
Kr.rcraHe 20, in 1980 (1987), 371-383.
llaHQrz, roe 19sheet
SUPRA B. llau Apxeo, toruvecr 198 l (1988), 115-125.
IlauQn, ron in 1983
SUPRA B. llaHQu, roe, tr4cc " nerpor, rzQoe
3ana4Hoü (DepraHm. Apxeo, loruvecxue pa6orr, r e
Tä4xurczcraHe 23, in 1983 (1991), 89-98.
llapaaee in 1992
M. llapaaee, Apxeo, lornvecxue pa6oru ha
Pacy, r6aüxy, lreta. Llcropux Marepua^bHoü xy, urypr,
r Y:6exzcraua 26, in 1992, 108-1 13.
llerpeuxo in 1967
B. I llerpeuxo, flpano6epexse Cpe4nero llpu4-
HelpoBr, r e Federal Railway V-III. Ao H. supra Coeercxa.q
apxeo^orwl: Cro4 apxeo, tofairecrr {x HcrorrHrrxoB
I 1-4 (Mocrea in 1967).
flu4aez in 1976
III. P flu4aee, Mupsaxy, l-Tene - raMrrHnn paHHe-
KyrrraHcKoro BpeMeHrz e Ceeepnoü Eanrpzu. In:
B.M.Maccou (Ed.), Eanrpuücxue ApeBHocrr, r.
llpe4eapure, trHrre coo6rqennr o6 apxeo, rorraqecxux
pa6orax ha rore Ys6etlrcraHa (Aenr.rurpa4
1976) 68-76.
lLl4aee 1978
[L P lln4aee, floce "reuna KyrrraHcxoro BpeMeHri
Ceeepuoü Eaxrpulr (TäurxeHr 1978).
llz4aen in 1990
III. P llzaaee, Apxeo, toruqecxue pa6orr, r ha
roro-BocroqHoM xo^Me 3aprena. tr4cropua r, aarepua,
truoü Ky^r, Typbr Ye6enucrana 24, in 1990,
llz4aee in 1992
lII. P llüaaee, K eonpocy o
A, rercanÄpt4t4
Ha Oxce. I4croputt urarepzaarnoü
Ky^r, ryplr Y:6exzcraHa 26, in 1992, 46-59.
lIrl, ulnxo l98b
B. H. fluarlnxo, llo6epexre CpegHeü Arr.ryÄaprz.
In: I A. Koure.r.enxo (Ed.), {peeHeüurae rocyaapcrBa
Kanxasa V. Cpe4neü Aezz. Apxeo, torura
CCCP VIII (Mocnea in 1985) 243-249.
llu, tznno/Korrre "ren no 1 985
B.H.Ilu "tnrrxo/l A. Koure, renrco, CeeepHal
llapQur. Cepaxccrzü oasnc. In: I A. Koure, tenxo
(Ed.), {peeueämze rocyaapcrBa Kaexaea and
Cpe4ueü Aszu. Apxeo, torz. {CCCP VIII (Mocrea
1985) 209-225.
flo4o, trcxzü in 1997
M. A. flo4o, rt'cxuil, fiva oKyHeBCKux IraMtrHHKa
Ha pyqbe YsyHvy, r. Oryrrencxuü c6opHux (Caurrllerep6ypr
1997) ll3-122.
llo, r.un in 1984
C. B. flo, rzH, 3axopoueuue cxr4QcKor-o BoLi Ha-gpyrxrrHHr.
rra Y C. Kpacur'rä llo4o, t ua XepcourqraHe.
In: BoopyxeHue cxzQoe H capMaroB. C6opuzx
HayrrHbrx rpyÄoB (Kuee in 1984) 103-119.
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llprxzu in 1975
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I A. llyraveuRoBa, Xa^qa-sH. K npo6 "ler, ae xyÄo-
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Ilr,-lrrrxosa in 1981
Ä. T. llrunxoea, Pacxonxz ha rloce^eHllu Teryaax
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HerNraroe/B. A. Panos (Ed.), Ky.trrypa nepBo-
6r, rrnoü enoxz Ta4xzxrrcraHa (or ueso, lr.rra 4o
6pousrr) ({yurau6e in 1982) 41-64.
Ilr.snKoea 1999
A. T llrxnxoea, Crenur, Re KoMrroHeHTbI B KoMrr ^
eKcax 6ponsoeoro BeKa roro-3arra4Horo Tä4-
) r {HKrrcraHa. Stratum plus 1999, H. 2, 286-297.
PaHoe 1966
B.A.Panoe, llltzQoear **, Re roropbr rls Tä4xurrzcraHa.
Coeercrat apxeo^orrü in 1966, H. 4,168-1,72.
Panos in 1982
B.A.Panoe, lzccapccar Ky^r, Typa: pacnpocrpa-
HeHue, xpoHo^orvr, gKoHoMLlKa. In: Ky "rlrypa
nepeo6r, rraoü snoxz Tä4xraKr.rcraHa (fiyuan6e
1982) 22-41.
Parroe in 1985
B.A.Panoe, filccapcxar Ky^r, Typa - Heo^r {T rop-
Hntx o6, nacreü Cpe4ueü Aszu (npoucxo) + (Ä,
pacnpocrpaHeurae, oce6euuocrz). In: Kalrennr, rü
nex Ceeepuoü, Cpe4ueü ri Bocro. + roä Asuz
(Hoeoca6zpcr 1985) 10-35.
Pacnonoea in 1980
B. tr4. PacrronoBa, Mera ^^ uqecKue v3Äettfl par
HecpeÄHeBeKoeoro Cor4a (Aeur-rurpa4 1980).
PysaHoe 1979
B. Pysauoe, O uexoroplrx lpeBHlrx o^oBopyaHr, rx
rrcrorrHrrKax ha reppuropzr.r Ye6erucrana. tr4croprll
MarepLra^bHofi Ky^r, Typrr Ys6exucraHa 15,
IN 1979, 98-104.
Caryy, t, taeu in 1978
A.C.Car4y, r'taen, Ky, urypa Ceeepuoü Eaxrpuu e
enoxy no3ÄHeü 6ponssr and paHHero; r avcc. KaHÄ. rrcr. HayK (^eHr.rHrpaa 1982).
Approx., lluuxoe in 1954
K. B. Approx., tr, suxoe, A6arueecraJr Ky^brypa ha l0xcrou
Ypa, Te. Coeercrarl apxeo^orun 21, in 1954, 52-94.
Approx., uuzKoe in 1967
K. B. Approx. "No., snroo, O.repxu 4peeueü uc'topr4t4
Oxnoro Ypaaa (Mocrea in 1967).
Approx., rroecxar l99l
E. l. Approx., r.roecxax, O pa6ore 3ana4lro-(DepraHcnoro
orptaa e l9B3 r Apxeo, torzvecxze pa6orr'r
e Tä4xrrucraue 23, in 1983 (1991), 35-46.
Cauofi, tux in 1983
14. T Carraoä, tux, 06 apxeo^oruqecKr. {x r.r3brcra-
e in 1983 N Apxeo, lorneecKrre pa6orr, I see Ta4> xu-
KvcraHe 23, in 1983 (1991), 259-272.
Capuauu4u 7975
B. tr4. Capuauugu, Crenur're rr^eMeHa snoxu 6pou-
3Br B Maprv ane, CoeercKax apxeo, r.orn*r in 1975,
Capuauu4u 1976
B. tr4. Capuauugu, lOxur, tä TyprneHucrau B onoxy
6pousu (Aurxa6ag 1976).
Ceaoe l9B7
A. B. Ce-4on, Ko6a4uau ha nopore paHHero cpe4-
HeBeKoBb-rr (Mocrea in 1987).
Cenenoe in 1969
C.A.Ceneuon, KaueuHne (\pyÄv* onoxu paHH [rx
Mera ^^. Couercxax apxeo^orzr in 1969, H. 2,3-14.
CeNrenoe 1996
I A. Ceueuoe, Cor4uücrat QoprlzQuKaqzx VVIII
neron (CaHxr llerep6ypr in 1996).
Ceprzxoe in 1977
trO. E. Cepznoe, K eonpocy o QyHKr-IHoHa^bHoM
Coeercnas apxeo^orur 157 7, H. 2, 210-215.
Czrraoneuno in 1984
A.B.Cuuoneuxo, Capurarcxne Meqr.r rz Kt'rH? (a^br
Ha repphrophu Ceeepnoro Pr Llpuvepuolao, x. In:
BoopyxeHue cxuQon V capMaroB. C6opuzx
HayrrHbrx rpyÄoB (Kuee in 1984) 129-147.
Cxanyu in 1977
H.H.CxaxyH, Kaneuur're opydr4l enoxu 6pousr, r
(rro uarepua, melt A, rruH-4ene 1970-1972 Rn). KapaKyMcKHe
ÄpeBHocrt4 6, 197 7, 98-101.
Cxopsrü in 1984
C.A.Cxoprrü, {ocnex cxuQccoro runa e Cpe4-
neü Eepone. In: Boopyxeuue cKLrQoB t'r capMaroB.
C6opuux HayrrHblx rpy4oB (Kzee l9B4) 82-103.
CuzpHon 1961
K. (D. Cruupuoe, caBpoMaroB. Marepna
Br 14 uccrue4oBaHutr rro apxeo^ornu CCCP l0l
(Mocrea-AeuvHrpag 196 1).
Cuupuoe/llerpeuxo in 1963
K. SUPRA CuzpHoe/B. I llerpeuxo, Caepouarrr
llogo, \xr.q and trOxnoro llpuypaar, r. Coeercxas
apxeo^orut: Ceo4 apxeo "tort4irecrr4x ucroqnuxoB
{l-9 (Mocrea in 1963).
CoporuH 1961
C.C.Copoxzu, Eopxop6ascxuü uorz, unzx (IO; xuaa
(Depraua, 6acceüu pexz Cox). Ky, rr, rypa N
IrcKyccrBo HapoÄoB BocroKa 6. Tpyau locyaapcr-
ReHHar Dprr.ruraxa 5 (AeHanrpag 1961) 117-161.
Copoxzu in 1962
B.C.CopornH, Moru; rr, Hux 6pou:oeoä onoxu
Täcrr, r-Byrax 1 N 3ana4norü KasaxcraHe. Marepua ^
r, r H r.rcc^eÄoBaHru no apxeo^orilu CCCP 120
(Mocxea-Aeuzurpa4 1962).
Cy, r.eüurarroe / Type6exoe 1 9 7 8
P X. Cy, teülranoe/m. Type6enoe, Dranlr paseurza
QoprzQunaqzonsoü cucreur'r Epnyprana. Zcroplr,
see Marepva, rsHoü xy, tr'rypr'r Ys6enrzcraua 14,
IN 1978, 60-65.
Cy, neünaHoe/Y paxou 1 97 7
P X. Cy, teülranoe / 8. Ypaxoe, Pesy "lr'rarr'r npe4-
BaprrTe^bHofo zcc^eÄoBaHu. {aHTuqHoro ropoÄrirrla
ce^eHu-q PaNaun. Llcroput rraareplra, tr, Hoü
Ky^r'rypbr Ys6eKzcraHa 13, in 1977, 55-64.
CyHuyraruee 1975
. {. 14. CyuvyrarreB, fpeeneüurze py4:ovlr.n and
rraMrrHuKrr panueä Mera ^^ ypruü e Xaxaccro-
MuHycl.trcxoü Choosing oBr.rHe (Moc Tepeuo; nxuu in 1947
A. trI. TepeuoxnnH, Borrpocbr HcropxKo-apxeo^oruqecroü
rreplroÄrr3arJrr [ÄpeBHeI'o CalrapxaH4a.
Becrnux 4peeHeü Äcropvnt 2, in 1947, 127-135.
Tepeuo; xxuH in 1950
A. 14. TepeHoxnun, CorÄ and 9a.r. Kparrrle coo6- o AoK a4ax H rro^eBblx ucc^e4oBaHrir {x
tr4ncrzryra uctoplzr ':t Marepna^bHoä xy, lrryplr
AH, CCCP 23, IN 1950, 152-169.
TieseHrayseu lB73
B. I Ti.r:eHraysen, MoHetr Bocro.rHoro Xa; rztpara
(Caurr llerep6ypr lB73).
Txa.ree among other things in 1996
B.B.Trcaqes/P A. Cere4uH / C. I fpeuruep,
llo4renslü Mareprja ^ ns noce, \eHllü and py4Hr4KoB
6ponsonoro BeKa B Myro4xapax. In: E.) I (.
Kypuaa6exoe / 8th B. Mnrpaa6aee / C. IO. lyua.toe/B.
B. Txa.ree / 4. A. Ezceu6aee (Ed.), flan-aru
Bzxropa Baczar, eeu.ra Po4roHoaa. Bonpocrr
apxeolorulr 3ana4Horo KasaxcraHa. C6opnun
Hayr {Hbrx rpyÄoB (Caurapa in 1996) 109-132.
To, rcroe in 1948
C. Li. To, tcroe, flo C, re4alr 4peBHexope3Mui.rcxoit
r; urutu3ar; t4rr (Mocnea-ÄeHr.rHrpa4 I 948).
To.rcroe in 1962
C. Li. To, tcron, llo ApeBHlrM Äe^r, TaM Oxca and
.flxcapra (Mocxea in 1962).
Toacroe / I4rzna 1960
C. Li. To; rcroe/m. A. l4rvua, flpo6, rerrra cyrpraHcnoü
ny "trrypbl. Coeercxart apxeo^orrr 4, in 1960,
H. I, 14-35.
Tpz 0. tr4. TpuQouon, KoHcrpytrlrrlr ÄpeBHerropKcKux
Kypr-aHoB IJeHrpa, rr, noü Tyenr. In: llepeo6r, rrHa.r
Apxeo, torun Cu1upu (Äenuurpa4 1975) IB5-193.
Tpa B.A.TpuQoHoe, K a6co "rroruoü xpoHo^orur.l
eBpo-a3r {aTcKux Ky^r, TypH6rx KoHTaKToB B snoxy
6poHau. LaC-Pagzoyrrn.prr4 and apxeo, r.orur 2
(Caaxr-llerep6ypr 1997) 94-97.
Type6exoe 1979
M. Type6exoe, OcHonnr, Re orarrbr pa3Brrrur BHerrrueü
o6opouure, tsnoü creHr, r ÄpeBHero Cauap-
KaH4a rro AaHHbrM pacxona 27 ua sata4uoru Qace
AQpacua6a. In: Bcecoro:noe HayqHoe coBerrlaHile
"Auru.rHar xy, tr'rypa Cpegneü Aauu and KaeaxcraHa>
(re:ucrr 4or.ta4oe) (Täurxeur in 1979) 70-72.
Type6exon I981
M. Type6exoe, Pacronxz 6acruona euyrpenneü
xpenocrnoä creHu Epxypraua. trIcropua uarepua,
truoü Ky^r, Typ6r Ys6enucraHa 16, l9Bl,
Type6exoe 1982
M. Type6eroe, IJrlra4ear EpxypraHa. tr4cropzx uarepua ^
bHoä Ky "trrypu Ye6exucraHa 1Z in 1982, 5 1-60.
Ypanon in 1975
B. Ypaxoe, Kepauzuecxue KoMrr^eKcbr no3aHeaHTrrrrHbrx
fraMtrHr.rKoB Krrar, r, trcrrp I z Cera, laxly 1.
l4cropux Pr Mare {a^bHoü ry, rlrypr'r Ys6enr, rcraHa
12, t975,9r-97.
Ypaxoe in 1982
E. Ypanos, Ky, trrypa Eyxapcxoro oa3rrca BTopoü
rro^oBLr Hbr I rucgqe; reru, a Äo H. supra r.r nepeoü
no^oBrrHr, r I rr', Lerrrur H. supra AeropeQ. arrcc.
KaHÄ. ucr. Hayx (Mocxea in 1982).
Yprraauoea in 1956
M.X.YprrrauoBa, PacKonKv ha of rleHTpalbHou 6yrpe
ropoaurla Bapaxura e in 1953 r ApxeorrorlrqecKrie
rjcc^eaoBaHnt ha ropo4r, rqe Bapaxrua r.r N EyxapcKoM
oa3uce e in 1947-1953 rr Tpygr, r l4ucrnryra
Vcroputt and Apxeo, rorwu (Täurneur) 8, in 1956,
Ycnauoeafl p ece. st:ncxar 197 4
3. LI. YclranonalL fl. * {pecelucxaa, Hoerre 4au-
Hbre K u3yqeHlrro rraMtrHuKoB cpezHero reqeHrrt
Kaurxa4apru. Tpyalr Tälrxenrcrono locyaapcr-
BeHHoro Yuueepcurera 473, in 1974, 15-29.
Yclaanoea among other things in 1985
3. 14. YcuanoBall|d. 14. (Dlr, tanoez./l A. Koure, teu-
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(Dz, tanoeuq in 1983
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Xyxauasapon in 1996
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9epueuro 1968
E. B. 9epnepxo, CxzQcruü aocllex (Kuee in 1968).
9epunroe 1948
C.C.Vepuuxoe, fpeerree ropHoe ae^o B paüoHe
r Crerrrrln. tr4zr, ecrus, Axa4euuu Hayx Kasaxcxoü
CCP 46 (A.ura-Ara 1948), 13-32.
Yepnuxoe in 1949
C. C. 9epuunon, {peeunr Mera ^ yprut and ropHoe
4e, to 3ana4uoro A^raq (A, tua-Ara in 1949).
9epuuron 1960
C. C. 9epHaxoe, Bocrovurrü KasaxcraH B ofioxy
6ponsrr. Marepua, tnr Lr r4ccleÄorale.ras. no
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9epHnrx 1970
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Yepurrx in 1972
E. H. 9epurrx, Mera, r-t - qe^oBeK - eperraa (Mocxea
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Yyapoe in 1950
tD. B. 9yapoe, 3oHa oxr.rc^eHrry cy, tr Mecropo? (aeHnä crennoü qacrz KasaxcraHa (Mocxea
IIIaqKzü 1973
I B. lllaqrcuä, Prlcyurrl ha KaMHe (TäurxeHr lg73).
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llLlprlHoe 1979
T Illupuuon, Kpelrueerre vßAetrrla onoxu 6poH:rr
C noce^eHrrt Cana "t, ru-Tena (Tizno, r.ornvecxo-
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lllupzuoe l986
T lllupuHoe, Opygwa npou3BoacrBa H opy) +rae
snoxu 6pousr, l CpegHeaauarcroro Merxgypevsa
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llllrurnun in 1956
B. A. llluurxzn, Apxeo "torhrrecKar pa3BeAKa ha
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lllzuxlrH in 1963
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llluumrln in 1969
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llluruxzna in 1969
I B. llft.ruxzHa, O MecroHaxonraeHurz Mapa-
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I B. lllzurxuna, Keparr, rzxa rcosqa IV - II en. 4o
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I B. llluurxana/P X. Cy, teürraauoe/l A. Koure-
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lllpauro in 1984
6. A. lllpauro, tr42 vcropuu cxzQcroro Boopyxe-
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.flxy6oe in 1975
0. [xy6oe, Pa6orr, r 3epaBrxaHcKoro orp. {Yes.
Apxeo, torzuecxue pa6orr, r e Tä4ntrrurcrane 15,
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.flny6oecrufi in 1940
A. IO. and the following, xy6oecxzü, W r4croprrrl apxeo^orrlrecKoro
rr3yrreHr.rr Cartraprau4a. Tpygrr Or4e, r.a
Bocrora locy4apcreeHHoro Splruraxa 2, in

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