English version below. Der tiefblaue Schmuckstein Lapis Lazuli war seit mindestens dem 5. Jahrtausend v. Chr. ein sehr begehrtes Handelsgut und wurde von den Lagerstätten der Region Badachschan (Afghanistan/Tadschikistan) aus ins Iranische Hochland und bis nach Mesopotamien, Ägypten und Anatolien sowie nach Osten in Richtung Indus-Tal transportiert.
The deep blue gemstone lapis lazuli was a highly demanded trading good since at least the 5th mill. BC and was transported from its source region in Badakhshan (Afghanistan/ Tajikistan) to the Iranian Highlands and Mesopotamia, Egypt, Anatolia and the Indus valley.
Kooperationspartner: Afghanisches Ministerium für Information und Kultur, Kabul
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