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The Marivan Plain Archaeological Project: western Iran and its neighbours in the Chalcolithic period

  • Morteza Zamani Dadaneh (a1), Sirvan Mohammadi Ghasrian (a2), Carlo Colantoni (a3) and Tim Boaz Bruun Skuldbøl (a4)

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The Marivan region of western Iran is not well understood, hence the Marivan Plain Archaeological Project aims to gain new insights into the region's occupation history and cultural interaction with Mesopotamia.

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The Marivan Plain Archaeological Project: western Iran and its neighbours in the Chalcolithic period

  • Morteza Zamani Dadaneh (a1), Sirvan Mohammadi Ghasrian (a2), Carlo Colantoni (a3) and Tim Boaz Bruun Skuldbøl (a4)

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