Arkeolojik verilerin ışığında Epi-Paleolitikten Tunç Çağı sonuna kadar Anadolu-İran ilişkileri
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AGHALARİ, Bairam. Relation between Anatolia and İran from the Epi-Paleolithic to the end of Bronze Ages based on Archeological fainding, Ph.D Tesis, Ankara, 2016. During this study with the title which has been provided above, two important geographies of Asia Minor, the Anatolian-Iranian relations and their connections beginning with the Epi-Paleolithic period, have been dealt with. Existence of the products of Anatolian based obsidian industry at Levant, Mesopotamia and Zagros is an important indicator of connections between the regions roughly during the period of 17.000-9.500 B.C. In addition to this, when we take into consideration the industry of the Paleolithic era, which was the most important life element of the period, we notice the existence of different cultural structures during the same time period. Together with the Pre-Pottery Neolithic Period following the Epi-Paleolithic period, during when the foundation of the first established community order was laid down, obsidians with Eastern Anatolian origin reaching the Iranian borders, is a good indicator of the subject relations attaining new dimensions. It was possible to find such products during the Pottery Neolithic Period at almost all of the residential areas of Northwestern, Western, Southwestern and Southern Iran. Despite the obsidian findings, we can easily say that the two geographies basically followed different developmental processes when we take into consideration the architecture, pottery, chipped stone industry, burial customs and other small findings. Even though Southwestern Iran and Southeastern Anatolia entered into close Relationship/interaction with Mesopotamia together with the Early Chalcolithic (Ubaid) period, it constitute the period during which we have the least knowledge in terms of Iran-Anatolian relations. It is seen during the Late Chalcolithic period that Northwestern Iran, Southern Caucasus and Eastern Anatolia entered into close relations with Mesopotamia and Syria. Together with Early Bronze Age which followed it, as a new process together with basic socio-cultural changes, Kura-Aras/ Early Transcaucasian Culture, High Eastern Anatolia and northwestern Iranian regions, in addition to the Caucasian lands entered into the influence of a single culture. During this period, we can easily see that in addition to the local difference, relations have increased to the highest level. It is understood that the subject relations have continued to the beginning of Iron Age, by being geographically limited with Van-Urmiye Wares in Middle / Late Bronze Ages.