Rahul Sharma

Tazabagyab culture

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Geographical range  Middle Asia
Dates  XV c. BC – XI c. BC
Period  Bronze Age

Preceded by  the local variant of Andronovo culture

The Tazabagyab culture - archaeological culture of the Bronze Age (XV-XI centuries BC), Located on the territory of Aral Sea. Formed from a result of migration tribes of Andronovo culture. It is assumed that the carriers of this culture were the Indo-European herdsmen, who gradually change it on irrigated farming, initiating the agricultural culture of Khwarezm. The population of Tazabagyab culture have an traces of the cult of fire.

Took part in the formation of latest Kaunda stage of Suyaurganovo archaeological culture.

References

Tazabagyab culture Wikipedia


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