НЕКОТОРЫЕ КОММЕНТАРИИ О ВЛИЯНИИ ОКС-ЦИВИЛИЗАЦИИ В АРАБСКОМ ЗАЛИВЕ
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Дилмун, Маган, морские моллюски, Арабский залив, Бахрейн, Месопотамия, Хараппа, Гонур, Афганистан Dilmun, Magan, marine shell, Arabian Gulf, Bahrain, Mesopotamia, Harappa, Gonur, Afghanistan Dilmun, Magan, dengiz chig’anog’i, Arab ko’rfazi, Bahrayn, Mesopotamiya, Harappa, Gonur, Afg’oniston

Аннотация

Известно, что цивилизация Оксов в бронзовом веке, с ее уникальной материальной культурой, взаимодействовала с рядом культурных стран: Индийской долиной, Ираном, Месопотамией, Эламом и другими регионами.В результате этих отношений формируются взаимодействия и взаимодействия. Археологи обращаются к археологическим и письменным источникам, чтобы пролить свет на историографию этого периода. Это исследование посвящено истории культурных отношений между цивилизацией Окси и странами Арабского залива в бронзовом веке. В статье освещаются культурные связи на основе анализа печатей и уникальных артефактов.

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