The Origins of State Organizations in Prehistoric Highland Fars, Southern Iran: Excavations at Tall-e Bakun
The present publication presents the final report of the last season's excavations at Tall-e Bakun A. The archaeological materials from this season are combined with the results of other pertinent data from surveys and excavations in the Near East to provide a foundation upon which pre-state social evolution in late prehistoric highland Fars has been reconstructed and interpreted.
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METHODOLOGY AND THEORETICAL CONSIDERATIONS
GEOGRAPHY ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCES AND LAND USE IN FARS IRAN
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