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Laboratoire Archéorient

Environnements et sociétés de l'Orient ancien

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[rencontre scientifique] Lyon - conférence Dr. Aydogdy Kurbanov

Lyon - conférence Dr. Aydogdy Kurbanov
Jeudi 12 Juillet 2018

- Jeudi 12 juillet 2018, 14h00, salle 308, MILC, 35 Rue Raulin, 69007 Lyon
Conférence du Dr Aydogdy Kurbanov ( Ashgabat, Turkmenistan), accueilli au laboratoire Archéorient (juin-juillet 2018). La conférence s'intitule :  Development of archaeology in turkmenistan from the beginning of the 20th century to nowadays

Aydogdy Kurbanov est chercheur invité dans le cadre du programme «Directeurs d’Études Associés» (DEA), programme de mobilité internationale de la Fondation Maison des sciences de l’homme (juin-juillet 2018). Il est actuellement chercheur associé à l'Institut d'Archéologie et d'Ethnographie de l'Académie des Sciences du Turkménistan.

Abstract

In the second part of the 19th century the territory of modern Turkmenistan was conquered by the Russian Empire. In 1904 the archaeological expedition of the Carnegie Institution (Washington, D.C.) conducted archaeological excavations in the Anau and Merv regions. It was the first archaeological excavations in Turkmenistan in the 20th century. After the October revolution in Russia (1917) Turkmenistan became part of the Turkestan Soviet Socialistic Republic. The Soviet period of archaeology in Turkmenistan can be divided into two periods: 1. 1917-1946; and 2. 1946-1991. During this period were excavated many famous sites such as Jeitun, Altyn-depe, Namazga-depe, Anau, Nisa, Merv, Murgab oasis sites (Yaz-depe, Gonur, and Togolok). After the independence of Turkmenistan (October 27, 1991) many joint archaeological projects have been established with foreign colleagues.

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