Laureate of the Atlas Programme Stay in France : from September 26th to December 26th, 2021
Published at 10 December 2021
Saule Rakhimzanova is Bachelor Degree of History (2009) at Kokshetau State University named after Sh.Ualikhanov. She is Master degree in Archeology and Ethnology (2011) at Pavlodar State University named after S. Toraigyrov. She obtained PhD in Archaeology (2018) with thesis entitled «Ceramic traditions in the Eneolithic-Early Bronze Age on the territory of the steppe Ob-Irtysh interfluves» at Altai State University. Between 2011 and 2019 she was internship in the study of ceramics in Laboratory «History of ceramics», Institute of Archeology RAS, Moscow, Russia. Between 2012-2019 she participed in an experimental expeditions on ceramics under the leadership of Ph.D. Vasil'jeva I. N. and PhD Salugina N.P. Samara, Russia. She was from 18.01 to 25.01.2020 - Invited Expert at Exchange program on the methods of investigation, recording and conservation of archaeological remains. Nara, Japan.
She is Researcher at The National Museum of the Republic of Kazakhstan, Institute of Archaeology named after A.Kh. Margulan and her research is focused on pottery production and ornamentation traditions from Neolithic era to the era early Iron Age of Kazakhstan, the typology of stone tools.
Title: Pottery production at the Eneolithic settlement Derkul 1 in the Northern Aral Sea region (Western Kazakhstan)
Keywords: Neolithic, Eneolithic, Bronze Age, Early Iron Age of Kazakhstan, ceramics, ornamentation, ceramics technologies, stone typology
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