An ethnoarchaeological study of cooking installations in rural Uzbekistan: development of a new method for identification of fuel sources

@article{GurArieh2013AnES,
  title={An ethnoarchaeological study of cooking installations in rural Uzbekistan: development of a new method for identification of fuel sources},
  author={Shira Gur-Arieh and Eugenia Mintz and E. Boaretto and R. Shahack-Gross},
  journal={Journal of Archaeological Science},
  year={2013},
  volume={40},
  pages={4331-4347}
}
Mud constructed cooking installations such as ovens and hearths are common in modern, pre-modern and archaeological domestic contexts in West and Central Asia. Archaeological cooking installations are primarily identified using analogy of shape and size to ethnographic installations. The study presented here establishes direct evidence to the use of fire within mud constructed cooking installations, thus providing means for reducing ambiguity in identification of archaeological cooking… Expand
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