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ACADEMICIA: An International Multidisciplinary Research Journal
Year : 2020, Volume : 10, Issue : 11
First page : ( 1953) Last page : ( 1958)
Online ISSN : 2249-7137.
Article DOI : 10.5958/2249-7137.2020.01484.6

From the history of urbanization processes (latest bronze age - on the sample of the ruins of Dalwarzin city)

Hakimov Abdumukhtor Abdukhalimovich

Doctor of Philosophy in Historical Sciences (PhD), Department of “History of Uzbekistan”, Andijan State University, Uzbekistan


In this article, data on the history of the Dalwarzin city ruins of the Late Bronze Age, the oldest major urbanization phase in the Fergana Valley, are analyzed on the basis of archaeological sources. When the wall was cut transversely from three places, it was found that the city's defensive structures had been rebuilt on a base built on cultural layers. The base is covered with bricks on both sides, filled with stone (up to 60 cm in diameter), brick fragments and mud, and a large wall is built. Archaeologists studying Fergana in many cases often find that the buildings intended for living are almost non-existent. There is a question as to why the dwellings of the Dalwarzins, who were able to make magnificent floral pottery, unique tools made of bronze, are not well preserved.



Dalwarzin, Central Asian civilization, Fergana valley, Pamir-Alay expedition, Chust culture, Academy of Material Culture, Urbanization.


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