Aurore DIDIER's scientific contributions

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Dans un article publie en 2008 dans Paleorient, une serie d’arguments a ete presentee pour dater la phase finale de la periode III et la periode IV de Shahr-i Sokhta au cours de la seconde moitie du IIIe millenaire et au tout debut du IIe millenaire av. J.-C. Une telle datation pourrait impliquer de possibles interactions entre les sites du systeme...

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... In 1959 She collected a couple of beads and pottery from this site (Matheson, 1967;Ali 1991: 1-25 (Casal 1961;1966;Jarrige et al. 2011). ...
... This site was occupied mostly before the Oxus Civilization emerged save perhaps for its last period, period IV, dating to between the late third and early second millennia BC (Salvatori and Tosi 2005). The chronology of this site is, however, still the topic of vivid discussion (see Cortesi et al. 2008;Jarrige, Didier, and Quivron 2011), and while Salvatori and Tosi (2005: 290) mention the presence of Oxus-related vessels in period IV, R. Biscione (1979: 294-295) emphasizes the lack of connection with Central Asia at that time. Hopefully, current fieldwork at this site, which has exposed new impressive constructions with massive walls with pilasters dating to period IV, will continue providing new information as to this period. ...