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Sarıdərə necropolises

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Sarıdərə necropolises (also, Sarıdere) are necropolises located in Shahbuz District of Nakhchivan, Azerbaijan.

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I Saridare necropolis is an archeological site of the Bronze Age located near Sarıdərə, near Ashagi Remeshin village of Shahbuz Disrtict. The site consists of three tombs close to each other, which differ in certain features.[1][2] The tombs were so dilapidated that it became very difficult to see their signs. The graves are believed to be earthen graves. Several bowls made of clay-mixed clay and baked in pink (the outer surfaces are well smoothed) and other material culture samples were collected. According to the findings, the I Sarıdərə necropolis It is believed to belong to the II millennium BC.

Saridare necropolis II is an archeological site located on the right bank of the Küküchay River in the Shahbuz district, on the slope of a mountain range. The area has been destroyed as it has been used as a planting area for a long time.

Four of the mounds of oval hills in the necropolis have survived. The height of the hills is 1.5 meters. During excavations in 1987, fragments of gray clay pots, skeletal remains on a sealed floor, grain stone, and beads made of pink agate were found in the mounds.[1]

The pictographic markings on one of the tombstones were probably related to the ancient people’s belief in the afterlife. The findings date back to the Late Bronze and Early Iron Ages.

Saridare necropolis III is an archeological site located northeast of Saridare necropolis II. The site is located on the slope of the Azsulu river, which flows into Küküchay. Part of the necropolis was destroyed by flood waters. Inside the river, a skull cap and fragments of gray clay pots were found.

Skulls, skeletal remains, fragments of gray and pink clay pots, bronze ornaments (bracelets, earrings, beads, pendants, buckles, necklaces, etc.), arrowheads, obsidian fragments, bronze bird figures and other remains of material culture were found in the graves. revealed.[1] According to the findings, the necropolis The end of the third millennium BC It is believed to belong to the XII-X centuries.

  1. A. Q. Seyidova – Naxçıvan Tunc dövründə, Bakı, 2000
  2. Bахşəliyеv, Vəli (2008). Nахçıvаnın аrхеоlоji аbidələri(PDF) (in Azerbaijani). Bakı: “Elm”. pp. 301s.
  • Azərbaycan arxeologiyası (Ali məktəb tələbələri üçün vəsait). I cild. Bakı: Elm, 2007
  • Vəli Baxşəli oğlu Baxşəliyev. Nахçıvаnın аrхеоlоji аbidələri (PDF) (in Azerbaijani). Bakı: “Elm”. 301s. 2008

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