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The “Man with Serpents” revisited. On a Figurated Pin from the Bronze Age Site of Shahdad (Kerman, Iran)
(University of Sistan and Baluchestan, 2013-11-01)
We discuss a figured pin from Shahdad, previously well known but published with a partial and unsatisfactory drawing.<span> </span>More detailed observations and a new, more realistic recording of this important artifact reconsider its stylistic and iconographic links with the imagery of the Halil Rud civilization and the eastern Iranian Plateau in general, and, at its opposite cultural poles, with Mesopotamia and the Indus valley. The<span> </span>subject, probably a supernatural anthropomorph flanked by two reptiles in heraldic position, is discussed in light of the art of the Halil Rud civilization, and the traditionally negative mythological associations of the “Man with serpents" in ancient Iranian literary tradition and lore. <br /> ...
Craft Specialization at Shahdad: Pottery Production during the third millennium BC
(University of Sistan and Baluchestan, 2012-03-01)
Many potteries have been discovered from excavations and a surface survey at Shahdad, but few works have been<br />done to examine craft specialization in pottery production at this important site. Different types of ...
Preliminary Archaeometallurgical Investigations of Bronze Age Metal Finds from Shahdad and Tepe Yahya
(University of Sistan and Baluchestan, 2011-04-01)
Shahdad and Yahya which are two important prehistoric sites in the Kerman Province, are of most important for<br />Archaeometallurgical studies. During excavations at these sites a number of metal objects have been ...
Excavations at the Prehistoric Sites of Tepe Dehno and Tepe East Dehno, Shahdad, South-eastern Iran
(University of Sistan and Baluchestan, 2017-02-01)
<span lang="EN-GB">Dasht-e Lut (Lut Desert) is archaeologically well-known in Near East thanks to the presence, on its western edge, of the Bronze Age urban centre of Shahdad. In 2012, the author launched <span>a three-season ...