OIP 101. Chogha Mish, Volume 1: The First Five Seasons of Excavations, 1961–1971
Helene Kantor and P. Delougaz, and Abbas Alizadeh, ed.
Nearly twenty-eight years after the completion of the first five seasons at the Chogha Mish site in Iran, the first of the final reports is now available. The site turned out to be highly significant for the wide range of protoliterate and prehistoric artifacts found there. The text and plate volumes examine and lavishly illustrate the excavations and finds over almost 1,100 pages.
Two volumes (Text and Plate)
- Oriental Institute Publications 101
- Chicago: The Oriental Institute, 1996
- ISBN 978-1-88-592301-1
- Pp. lv + 508; 49 figures, 283 plates, 50 tables
- Clothbound 9 x 11.75 in / 23 x 30 cm