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Petroglyphs of Mammals in the Sarmissaj Gorge, Uzbek Republic, Archaeozoological Analysis

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ISBN: 83-87496-30-8
Description: hardback, 91 pp. (29,5x21cm), 42 figs.
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Weight: 670g.


Alicja Lasota-Moskalewska, Muhiddin M. Hudjanazarov, Petroglyphs of Mammals in the Sarmissaj Gorge, Uzbek Republic, Archaeozoological Analysis, Swiatowit Supplement Series P: Prehistory and Middle Ages, vol III, Institute of Archaeology, Warsaw University, Warsaw 2000


INTRODUCTION
PART 1   Archaeologist's information on the Uzbek Republic's rock art
1. State of reserach on Uzbek Republic's rock art
2. Natural environment
3. Petroglyph classification and technique of production
4. Problems with chronology of rock art
5. Characteristics of petroglyphs from the Neolithic Period and Bronze Age
6. Characteristics of petroglyphs from the early Iron Age
7. Characteristics of petroglyphs from the Turkish period
8. Possible dating of the Sarmissaj petroglyphs
PART II  Method of identification of the mammals in rock drawings
1. General part
Head
Neck
Trunk
Legs
Tail
Colour
General features
2. Detailed part
No. 1 Family: Canidae
No. 2 Family: Mustelidae
No. 3 Family: Felidae
No. 4 Family: Equidae
No. 5 Family: Suidae
No. 6 Family: Camelidae
No. 7 Family: Cervidae
No. 8 Family: Bovidae
PART 111 Identification of the mammals on petroglyphs in the Sarmissaj Gorge PART I VAnalysis and discussion of results
1. Frequency of particular animals
2. Morphological types
Dog
Cheetah
Horse
Wild pig
Camels
Red deer
Aurochs (Bos primigenius) Domestic cattle
Goat
Ibex
Sheep
Gazelle
3. Style of animal representation
4. Chronological analysis
BIBLIOGRAPHY
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