Architectural development in the earliest settled agricultural phases of Azerbaijan
This book investigates for the first time the complex processes involved with the occurrence and development of Eneolithic and Bronze Age architecture over the extent of Azerbaijan. The study also investigates the important questions left unanswered in the architectural, archaeological and ethnographic literature, and, for the first time, a planning structure for settlements, inhabited complexes and units is developed. Sections include: The General Characteristics of the Cultural Monuments Investigated; The Processes of Cultural Development and the Construction Layers; The Structure of Settlement Planning; The Constructions and their Architecture; Decision-making and the constructions; reconstructions; The functions of constructions.
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The Processes of Cultural Development and the Construction Layers
The Constructions and their Architecture
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4th millennium BC Akademiyasi Tarikh Institutunun Alikemektepesi architectural arkheoloji Azerbaijan Elmler Akademiyasi Baba-Dervish Baku BaKy base basic brickwork Bronze Age layer building 12 building 26 central post Chalagantepe circular cm thick cm wide construction layers courtyard covered crude brick cultural layer dome dwelling Early Bronze Age Eneolithic layer Eneolithic period Eneolithic settlements entrance aperture floor foundation pit Garakepektepe Gargalartepesi Gazakh glazing furnace Gobustan Guneshtepe HapHMaHOB H hearth height hesabati Ilanlitepe inhabited complexes inhabited group intermediate walls investigated Kur-Araz Lake Urmia layer at Kultepe layer at level layout Leylatepesi located Mesolithic millennium BC monuments Narimanov I. H. non-domestic non-dwellings northern oval overlapping phases pit-houses Plan of level planning structure postholes premises previous layer Reconstruction of level rectangular constructions rectangular extension River roofing round buildings round constructions round-plan buildings settlement planning Shomutepe significant similar southern complex space stone TapHx Toyretepe traced walls of building Yaniktepe