Karashamb 2009, Tomb 3 

General Info

1. Chamber: rectangular, subterranean, natural burial, 1.25 x 0.64 x 0.55 m.
2. The longitudinal axis is oriented east-west.
3. The tomb was covered by two basalt slabs.
4. External structure: sub-circular basalt cromlech measuring 2.10 m north to south and 2.50 m east to west.
5. Human remains: the deceased was a child between 6-8 years of age. Only the skull of the child and a few disarticulated bones were recovered from the tomb. The mandible and a few other bones were found in a pot placed on the left side of the skull.
6. Burial goods: 11 ceramic vessels.
7. Additional information: cornelian beads were found within the earth fill of the tomb.


Archaeological Materials

Pot

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

Pot

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

Cup

1. Clay, wheel-made, cannelures decoration.
2. Late Bronze Age
3. Lchasehn – Metsamor 3
4. XIII – XII c. BC

Bowl

1. Clay, wheel-made, incised decorations
3. Late Bronze Age
4. Lchasehn – Metsamor 3
5. XIII – XII c. BC


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