Karashamb 2010, Tomb 182

General Info

  1. Chamber: rectangular, subterranean, natural burial, 1.45 x 0.78 x 0.90 m.  
  2. The longitudinal axis is oriented east-west.  
  3. The tomb was covered with basalt stones and two large slabs.  
  4. External structure: the tomb is without a cromlech.  
  5. Human remains: adult male, the skull was fragmented, oriented to the west facing south, the legs were bent, the position of the hands was not possible to determine, he was lying on his right side.  
  6. Burial goods: 7 ceramic vessels, 1 bronze spear, 1 bronze dagger, 1 bronze pin, and 1 bronze button.

Archaeological materials

Pot

1. Clay, wheel-made, incised decorations
2. Early Iron Age
3. Lchashen – Metsamor 4
4. XII – XI c. BC  

Pot

1. Clay, wheel-made, incised decorations
2. Early Iron Age
3. Lchashen – Metsamor 4
4. XII – XI c. BC

Pot

1. Clay, wheel-made, with a punctated belt
2. Early Iron Age
3. Lchashen – Metsamor 4
4. XII – XI c. BC  

Pot

1. Clay, wheel-made, with a cannelure decoration belt
2. Early Iron Age
3. Lchashen – Metsamor 4
4. XII – XI c. BC 

Spear

1. Bronze, shaft-socketed, leaf-shaped tip
2. Early Iron Age
3. Lchashen – Metsamor 4
4. XII – XI c. BC

Dagger

1. Bronze, cast, symmetrically shaped blade, sharp edges, bronze belt hook, and net-like head
2. Early Iron Age
3. Lchashen – Metsamor 4
4. XII – XI c. BC

Pin  

1. Bronze, needle-like tip and rectangular upper shaft with V-shape notched decorations on edges
2. Early Iron Age
3. Lchashen – Metsamor 4
4. XII – XI c. BC


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