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{{Other uses|NOK (disambiguation){{!}}NOK}}{{About|the village in Nigeria|the ancient culture|Nok culture}}







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| elevation_m = }}Nok is a village in Jaba local Government of Kaduna State, Nigeria. The discovery of terracotta figurines at this location caused its name to be used for the Nok culture, of which these figurines are typical, which flourished in Nigeria in the period 1000 BC - 500 AD.The artifacts were discovered in 1943 during mining operations.WEB
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, NOK TERRACOTTA HEADS, Nigeria
, HAMILL GALLERY of TRIBAL ART
, 2011-01-10,
The archaeologist Bernard Fagg investigated the site, and with the help of locals discovered many other artifacts.BOOK
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, 108
, Nok, Nigeria
, Archaeologica: The World's Most Significant Sites and Cultural Treasures
, Aedeen Cremin
, frances lincoln ltd
, 2007
, 0-7112-2822-1,
Iron smelting furnaces were also found at Nok.Occupation dates far before the first iron smelting. A sample of carbonized wood found in the "main paddock" at Nok in 1951 was dated to around 3660 BC though there are questions about the reliability of this conclusion.BOOK
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, 159
, Stone-Age prehistory: studies in memory of Charles McBurney
, Charles Brian Montagu McBurney, G. N. Bailey, Paul Callow, Cambridge University Press
, 1986
, 0-521-25773-5,

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, Peoples of Africa, Volume 10
, Fiona MacDonald, Marshall Cavendish Corporation, Elizabeth Paren, Kevin Shillington, Gillian Stacey, Philip Steele, Marshall Cavendish
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}}{{Archaeological sites in Nigeria}}

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