Boris Alekseevich Kuftin (February 2, 1892, in Samara, Russia - August 2, 1953, in Lielupe (now a part of Jūrmala) was a Soviet archaeologist and ethnographer. From 1933 to 1953, he worked in Tbilisi, Georgian SSR. In the 1930s, he discovered the Trialeti culture; and in 1940, he coined the term Kura-Araxes. He participated in the South Turkmenistan Complex Archaeological Expedition in the 1940s-1950s.
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