Gonur Depe

Gonur Depe is an archaeological site, dated from 2400 to 1600 BCE, and located about 60 km north of , consisting of a large early Bronze Age settlement. It is the "capital" or major settlement of the Bactria–Margiana Archaeological Complex.
38.213° or 38° 12' 46.8" north
62.0368° or 62° 2' 12.5" east
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Also Known As

  • Belarusian: Ганур-Дэпэ
  • Catalan: Gonor
  • Catalan: Gonur Depe
  • Catalan: Gonur Tepe
  • Catalan: Gunar
  • Dutch: Gunar Tepe
  • English: Gunar Tepe
  • English: Margush
  • Esperanto: Gonur Tepe
  • French: Gonur
  • French: Gonur-depe
  • German: Gonur Depe
  • Hebrew: גונאר טפה
  • Hungarian: Gonur-Tepe
  • Japanese: ゴヌール・テペ
  • Latin: Gonur
  • Russian: Гонур-Депе
  • Spanish: Gonur Tepe
  • Swedish: Gunur Tepe
  • Tajik: Гонуртеппа
  • Turkish: Konur Tepe
  • Ukrainian: Гонур-Депе

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