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Title: Andirons and their Role in Early Transcaucasian Culture
Author(s): SMOGORZEWSKA, Anna
Volume: 30 Date: 2004
Andirons constitute one of the distinctive features of the Early Transcaucasian culture. Along with handmade black and red burnished pottery, they are a determinant of the homogeneity of the area in which the Early Transcaucasian culture has been identified. The origins of this culture, dated to the 2nd half of the 4th millennium BC, can be sought in the Kura and Araxes basin, where the Early Transcaucasian culture has been identified.