David Sarmiento Castillo, Luc Wengler, Gonzague Quivron, Catherine Jarrige

Mehrgarh. Neolithic Period - Seasons 1997-2000

Pakistan

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    Auteur Gonzague Quivron
    Auteur Catherine Jarrige
    Avec David Sarmiento Castillo
    Postface de Luc Wengler
    Editeur Commission des fouilles et missions archéologiques
    Distributeur Association de Boccard

    The north-western regions of the Indo-Pakistani subcontinent have been the craddle of one of the most famous civilizations of the Ancient world. But until the last quarter of the XXe century, the antecedents of the Indus civilisation with its major cities such as Mohenjo-daro or Harappa were poorly known. It was commonly thought that small farming communities coming from the Iranian Plateau began to settle down in Balochistan in the first half of the 4th millennium BC. Other groups with cultural links with southern Central Asia would also have reached the border of the Indus valley around 4000BC. The discovery in 1977 of an aceramic Neolithic settlement in the northern area of the site of Mehrgarh has opened a new chapter in the archaeological studies in this part of the world. It became then obvious that the archaeological sequence of the Greater Indus regions, since the 8th millennium BC till the emergence of the Indus civilization, c. 2500 BC, was far more impressive than it was thought before. Alongside the excavations conducted in the Chalcolithic/Bronze Age occupation deposits of Mehrgarh, from 1976 until 1985, the Neolithic settlements provided a first set of information about periods so far unknown in these regions. Some of the information from the 1977-1985 excavations were regularly published in the field reports (C. Jarrige et al. 1995). In 1996, it was decided to resume work in the Neolithic area of Mehrgarh within a program of four seasons of fieldwork. Since all the efforts of the archaeological team were only concentrated on the aceramic Neolithic settlement, these four seasons of fieldwork allowed a much larger exposure of the successive occupation levels and graveyards from the natural soil up to the surface. This work gave the opportunity to fix in a much precise way than before the whole archaeologial sequence of the aceramic Neolithic settlement. The first ever published overview of the Neolithic period at the western border of the Indus valley has been added to the four reports.

    TABLE OF CONTENTS ACKNOWLEDGMENTS FIRST PART: THE RESUMPTION OF THE EXCAVATIONS AT MEHRGARH Chapter 1: THE 1997-2000 PROGRAM OF EXCAVATIONS AT MEHRGARH Chapter 2: THE GEOGRAPHICAL SETTING SECOND PART: THE FOUR LAST SEASONS OF EXCAVATIONS Chapter 1: REPORT 1996-1997 Chapter 2: REPORT 1997-1998 Chapter 3: REPORT 1998-1999 Chapter 4: REPORT 1999-2000 THIRD PART: THE EARLY NEOLITHIC PERIOD: AN OVERVIEW Chapter 1: THE KACHI/BOLAN AREA Chapter 2: THE SETTLEMENT OF PERIOD I Chapter 3: ARTEFACTS Chapter 4: BURIALS Chapter 5: TOWARDS PERIOD II Chapter 6: CHRONOLOGY AND CONTEXT BIBLIOGRAPHY ILLUSTRATIONS APPENDIX

    Livre Relié
    Date de parution 2013-12-01
    Nbr Pages Arabes 496
    Couleurs 352
    Collection Mémoires de la mission archéologique française en Asie Centrale
    ISBN 13 978-2-7028-0355-4
    Type Nom