Author(s): Davut YIGITPASA, Süleyman CAN
The Karaz culture, which had existed in a wide part of Near East geography, has been one of the most important cultures of Near East prehistory, chronologically and geographically. The men of this culture whose settled and agricultural life, and maybe possibility of their belonging to another ethnicity different from the preceding people, have kept the researchers have been thinking on. This culture contains a number of peculiarities in his structure which have inspired the researchers thinking on the possibilities that people of this culture could be nomadic and/or semi-nomadic shepherds/breeders. Karaz culture has got a hand-made, scrape and relief decorated, a tradition of high quality polishing, an architectural tradition of the technique of rectangular, square and round planned adobe and/or mud brunch-braid application, and a rich adornment repertoire for fixed and mobile oven and pot-pads.