English version below. Kamen die Saken bis nach Baktrien? Bisher waren Grabhügel dieser zentralasiatischen Skythen nur aus dem nördlichen Zentralasien bekannt. 2019 wurden jedoch erstmals monumentale, bis zu 12 m hohe Kurgane im südlichen Tadschikistan identifiziert und geophysikalisch untersucht.
Did the Saka tribes migrate as far as Bactria? Burial mounds of the Central Asian Scythians were only known from northern Central Asia. But in 2019, Saka kurgans up to 12 meter high were identified in southern Tajikistan and geophysically investigated for the first time.
Beitrag von: Gunvor Lindström
Koorperationspartner: Nuritdin Sayfulloev, Yusuf Yakubov, Achmadi-Donish-Institut für Geschichte, Archäologie und Ethnographie, Akademie der Wissenschaften der Republik Tadschikistan
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