Anatolian Studies 59 (2009) [Paperback]

Published by: British Institute at Ankara | Year of Publication: 2009 | Language: English 181p,

Anatolian Studies  59 (2009)


Anatolian Studies contains articles focused on Turkey and the Black Sea littoral in all academic disciplines within the arts, humanities, social sciences and environmental sciences as related to human occupation and history. Articles are in English and are accessible to a wide academic readership.

Table of Contents

The treasure deposits of Troy: rethinking crisis and agency on the Early Bronze Age citadel (Christoph Bachhuber)
Trading implements in early Troy (A. Bobokhyan)
The historical geography of north-central Anatolia in the Hittite period: texts and archaeology in concert (Roger Matthews and Claudia Gatz)
A new dated coin of Tarkondimotos II from Anazarbos (Nicholas L. Wright)
Three inscriptions from Konya in the epigraphic collections of the British Institute at Ankara (M. Metcalfe)
Artemidi to ichnos: divine feet and hereditary priesthood in Pisidian Pogla (Georgia Petridou)
The local pottery production of Kibyra (Sarah Japp)
The invention of history in the later Roman world. The conversion of Isauria in The Life of Conon (Philip Wood)
The apse decoration of the Akhiza cathedral: documents and materials in the museums of Georgia (Zaza Skhirtladze)
The hidden material culture of the Dark Ages. Early medieval ceramics at Sagalassos (Turkey): new evidence (ca AD 650–800) (Athanasios K. Vionis, Jeroen Poblome and Marc Waelkens)
Silivri and the Thracian hinterland of Istanbul: an historical landscape (Jim Crow and Sam Turner)

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