Namazga Tepe overview
Modern name(s) Namazga Tepe
Region Asia : Central Asia
Latitude 37.38940337 N suggest info
Longitude 59.56456981 E
Status Accurate location
Info Namazga-Tepe is a Bronze Age (BMAC) archaeological site in Turkmenistan, some 100 km from Asgabat, near the border to Iran.
Excavation
general info
Excavated by Masson, Sarianidi and Khlopin from the 1950s.
Phases
Namazga IV
time frame from 2500 BCE to 2000 BCE
Namazga V
time frame from 2000 BCE to 1600 BCE
Namazga VI
time frame from 1600 BCE to 1000 BCE
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37.389403, 59.564570 === 37.389403 N, 59.564570 E === 37° 23' 21.9" N, 59° 33' 52.5" E
Sources
University of Sheffield
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Database ID 4115, created 30 Mar 2011, 23:21, Last changed 3 Apr 2011, 22:56