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Luristan in Western Iran was largely inaccessible to foreigners until the early 1960s when a new road linking the Great Khorasan Road with Susiana or Elam was built by the Danish engineering firm, Kampsax.
This volume presents the settlement and tombs and graves of the centuries around 1000 BC, and includes identifications of animal and human remains, and teeth found there.
Table of contentsPreface
1. Introduction and summary
2. Settlements and remains in the G I area
3. Tombs T 9, 11 and 15 in the G I area
4. Tomb 19 in the G II area
5. Settlement layers U-T and graves T 16-17
6. Layer S
7. Layers R-N and grave T 18
8. Layers H, J, L and grave T 6
9. Settlement layer D with rooms T 2-3
10. Settlement layer C
11. An Iron Age cemetary. Tombs T 4, 5, 8 and 14
12. Settlement layer B
13. Grave T 7
14. Pits E-F, A, layer G and graves T 1 and 10
15. Identifications of the Animal Remains by Juliet Clutton-Brock
16. The Anatomical Identification of the Human Remains by J. Balslev Jørgensen
17. A Study of the Human Teeth by Verner Alexandersen
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