Regional Approaches to Mesopotamian Archaeology: The Contribution of Archaeological Surveys

@article{Wilkinson2000RegionalAT,
  title={Regional Approaches to Mesopotamian Archaeology: The Contribution of Archaeological Surveys},
  author={T. Wilkinson},
  journal={Journal of Archaeological Research},
  year={2000},
  volume={8},
  pages={219-267}
}
  • T. Wilkinson
  • Published 2000
  • Geography
  • Journal of Archaeological Research
  • This work synthesizes and critically evaluates the results of field surveys conducted over the last 20 years in southern (lower) and northern (upper) Mesopotamia, with emphasis placed on the increasing contribution of off-site and intensive surveys to regional analysis. During the Ubaid period the density of settlement was probably higher in the rain-fed north than the irrigated south, and even during the phase of 3rd millennium B.C. urbanization, settlement densities in the north were probably… CONTINUE READING
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