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Burzahom (India)

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Definition: The site of Burzahom is a Neolithic settlement and cemetery in the Kashmir state of India, occupied between about 3000-1500 BC. The earliest houses at the site were semisubterranean pithouses (that is, partially excavated into the ground). After 2000 BC, the residences were all above-ground mud-brick residences.

This glossary entry is part of the Dictionary of Archaeology. Sources for the term include the references listed on the front page of the Dictionary, and the websites listed in the sidebar.

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