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Abstract

The investigation of early middle-ages Turkic sites Is a very complicated task because of the shortage of written sources, huge amount of archaeological excavations needed and the low contrast between the physical properties of buildings and virgin layer. The paper presents the capabilities of integrated geophysical researches for the investigation of early middle-ages Turkic sites. The paper describes the investigations of mud brick-made Djankent site (Kyzyl-Orda region, Kazahstan) and Semikarakorsk site (Rostov region, Russia). The results of integrated geophysical surveys enable to determine the planning of the site, the construction of buildings made of filled soil and mud brick, and to achieve valuable information for historical and paleogeographic reconstructions.

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2012-09-03
2020-03-29
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