Baghirova Shalala Vagif
|ABOUT THE MONUMENTS OF FARMING PERIOD OF AZERBAIJAN LANDS
|Baghirova Shalala Vagif|
|Abstract. Historical Azerbaijan lands had favorable natural-geographical condition which was one of the important factors conditioning the transition to early production agriculture. Not only in Azerbaijan, but also in whole South Caucasus the first monument about early production agriculture is considered Kultapa monument. Generally, the remaining of Kultapa monument settlement is a whole archeological complex in Southern Caucasus referring to the most ancient farming culture. Discovery and study of a number of monuments referring to different periods including early farming culture, allowed to determine exact stratigraphic of a long historical period lasting from the Neolith Age until the Early Iron Age in Azerbaijan territories.
|Key words: history, monuments, archeology.
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