Girag Kasaman II

Evidence: Eneolithic | Bronze Age | Iron Age | Antique (Settlement/Burial) | Albanian | Medieval | Post-Medieval

The Antique-period settlement here consists of three pithouses, four storage pits, an iron-smelting hearth and several other hearth type features. The settlement extends over 100m and possibly represents several small family units. The radiocarbon dates indicate a period of use from 400-200 BC.

Charcoal from Kv11 gave a date of Cal BC 410 to 360 and Cal BC 280 to 260 (Beta 226243), with charcoal from Kv9 40cm giving a date of Cal BC 400 to 350 and Cal BC 300 to 210 (Beta 232336).


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