Karashamb 2010, Tomb 251 

General Info 

1. Chamber: rectangular, subterranean, natural burial,1.48 x 0.84 x 0.88 m.
2. The longitudinal axis is oriented east-west.
3. The tomb was covered with large basalt slabs and large rocks around the edges.
4. External structure: the tomb is encircled by a circular basalt cromlech measuring 3.30-3.20 m in diameter.
5. Human remains: the deceased was a female 15 – 18 years of age. She was lying along the chamber on her left side, with arms folded and bent legs resting against a ceramic vessel. The frontal bones of her skull were missing. Her head was oriented to the west.
6. Burial goods: 7 ceramic vessels, 2 bronze pins, 2 bronze bracelets, 2 beads, a pendant, and a button.
7. Additional information: -
1. Jar
1. Clay, wheel-made, deep incised decorations
2. Late Bronze Age
3. Lchashen – Metsamor 3
4. XIII – XII c. BC


Archaeological Materials

Pot

1. Clay, wheel-made, deep-set incised and polished decorations, three false handles
2. Late Bronze Age
3. Lchashen – Metsamor 3
4. XIII – XII c. BC

Cup

1. Clay, wheel-made, bow-shaped handle
2. Late Bronze Age
3. Lchashen – Metsamor 3
4. XIII – XII c. BC

Pot

1. Clay, wheel-made, incised and polished decorations
2. Late Bronze Age
3. Lchashen – Metsamor 3
4. XIII – XII c. BC

Pin

1. Bronze, cast, rolled pin head, undecorated
2. Late Bronze Age
3. Lchashen – Metsamor 3
4. XIII – XII c. BC

Pendant

1. Antimony, cast, incised decorations
2. Late Bronze Age
3. Lchashen – Metsamor 3
4. XIII – XII c. BC 


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