Recycling an Iranian Village: Ethnoarchaeology in Baghestan

Horne, Lee
July 1983
Archaeology;Jul/Aug83, Vol. 36 Issue 4, p16
Focuses on the fieldwork in Baghestan, a pastoral and agricultural village in northeastern Iran, which demonstrates the value of ethnographic research to archaeology. Project design and objectives; Impact of the practice of recycling on objects and spaces they occupy; Description of the life and culture of people in the agricultural and pastoral settlement in Baghestan; Effect of recycling from an archaeological point of view.


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