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1- Department of Archaeology; Art University pf Isfahan. , mhessari@aui.ac.ir
2- Art University of Isfehan
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Banesh cultural period in South of Iran is considered a vital phase in increasing socio-economic complexities in second half of fourth millennium (BC). Manufacture and specialty distribution of industrial& nutritional products, along with a change in settlement patterns and ecological strategies, demonstrate a pervasive regional evolution which establish a different system in Baneshi community of Kor River Basin. In the meantime,some archeological evidence depicts features of a specialty community in the field of manufacturing and distribution of animal products, beside agricultural and industrial communities of this Basin in a way that its existence as a modern phenomenon is affected by economical complexity in mentioned time and place period. The present paper depicts the formation and expansion of full- time pastoralism in articulation of socio-economic system of this era and represents an explanation for the evolution of productive strategies and formation of ways to exchange animal products by applying middle-range approach and historical - ethnological analogy.
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Article Type: Original Research | Subject: History
Published: 2020/09/15

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