The study of the history of the stone age in Uzbekistan and the application of modern technologies in archaeological research


  • Mirsoatova Sayyora Turgunovna Candidate of Historical Sciences, Associate Professor of the Department of World History, Fergana State University, Uzbekistan


archaeological excavations, archaeological finds, cultural layer, model of archaeological forecast, reconstruction of monuments, the stone age in Uzbekistan, tools of labor


The study and promotion of the history of Uzbekistan and the cultural heritage of our ancestors, their contribution to the development of world civilization, their widespread use in the field of education and education are important for the education of the younger generation. In recent years, the widespread introduction of digital technologies and modeling programs in the field of archaeology has been accelerating. The study of the history of the Stone Age in Uzbekistan and the use of modern technologies during archaeological research marked the beginning of a new stage in the development of the industry. It is important to use modern technologies when compiling a map of the location of monuments - the processes of development of the territory by the population, determining the level of urbanization of the territory. Today, this direction is the main one in the experience of many countries of the world.


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Turgunovna, M. S. (2021). The study of the history of the stone age in Uzbekistan and the application of modern technologies in archaeological research. International Journal of Social Sciences, 4(3), 335-340.



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