par Kharobi, Arwa ; [et al.]
Référence Rencontre du Groupe d’anthropologie et d’archéologie funéraire(6: 4-5 avril 2014: Paris, France), Rencontre autour de nouvelles approches de l’archéologie funéraire., de Larminat S., Corbineau R., Corrochano A., Gleize Y., Soulat J. (dir.), Paris. Reugny, page (324)
Publication Publié, 2017
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Résumé : This paper traces the evolution of the disposal of human remains at Tell Hamoukar, exploring the links between burial practicesand changes in social fabric that accompanied the urbanization of the region between the Chalcolithic and Early Bronze Age. The treatmentof the deceased shows little variations with a majority of individual primary graves where the subject is mostly deposited in more or lesscontracted position. The most important changing concerns the remains in association with the deceased, more numerous and varied duringthe Bronze Age, while the burial jars disappear for the younger children.