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The site of Kafir Kala is located in the south-east of modern Samarkand city, Uzbekistan, and well-known for its unique sealings and other artifacts. Since 2013, the Japanese-Uzbek joint archaeological expedition has been carrying out excavations and digital surveys on this site, mainly focusing on the fortress area. This paper is a preliminary presentation of newly excavated pre-Islamic structures and 3D models, contributing to a better understanding of the urban settlement history of pre-Islamic Samarkand, as well as other regions of Central Asia.
How to Cite
Usami, T., Begmatov, A., & Uno, T. (2017). Archaeological Excavation and Documentation of Kafir Kala Fortress. Studies in Digital Heritage, 1(2), 785-796. https://doi.org/10.14434/sdh.v1i2.23267
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