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From the History of Material Culture of Ancient of Ferghana
2022  //  DOI: 10.17605/OSF.IO/MY2UC
Komilov Ubaydullo Ibrokhimjon Ogli

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Abstract

Although the archeological monuments of the Fergana Valley were known in the late XIX - early XX centuries, they have a common feature and do not contain information about the first cities. Special scientific research in this area began in the 30s of the XX century, and in 1933-1934 B.A. Latinin distinguished four stages of material culture of the Fergana Valley.[1.] In studying the history of the first agricultural culture and ancient cities of the Fergana Valley, Yu.A. Zadneprovsky's archeological research is of great importance. Having conducted archeological research in the Fergana Valley for many years, this scientist summarized all the archeological data in the valley, drew conclusions from the excavations of Eilaton and Dalvarzin and divided the material culture in these areas into three major historical stages - Eilaton, Markhamat and Kasan. In 1957,[2.] the Bronze Age monuments in the valley were excavated. II-I suggested dating to the beginning of the millennium.[3.]

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