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Questions, approaches, and dialogues in Eastern Mediterranean archaeology : studies in honor of Marie-Henriette and Charles Gates / edited by Ekin Kozal [and seven others].

Contributor(s): Kozal, Ekin [editor.] | Gates, Marie-Henriette Carre [honouree.] | Gates, Charles, 1950- [honouree.]Language: English Summary language: English Series: Alter Orient und Altes Testament ; Bd. 445.Publisher: Münster : Ugarit-Verlag, 2017Description: 868 pages : illustrations, charts, maps, plans ; 25 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9783868352511; 3868352511Subject(s): Excavations (Archaeology) -- Middle East | Middle East -- Antiquities | Aegean Islands (Greece and Turkey) -- Antiquities | Byzantine Empire -- AntiquitiesLOC classification: DS56 | .Q84 2017
Contents:
Part 1: Neolithic and Chalcolithic -- Temples as Sacred Houses: A Case Study from Tepe Gawra / Sevil Baltali Tirpan -- The Neolithisation of the Northeastern Corner of the Mediterranean / Cedric Bodet -- Some Clay Find from PPNB Gritille: Stamps, Sealings and Tokens / Christine Eslick and Mary M. Voigt -- Negotiating Peace, Enduring Conflict: A Diachronic View on Prehistoric Warfare in the Eastern Aegean / Sinan Unlusoy and Ciler Cilingiroglu --
Part 2: Early Bronze Age -- Thoughts on Houses and Households in the Early Trans-Caucasian Culture: A View from Yanik Tepe in Northwestern Iran / Geoffrey D. Summers --The Late Bronze Age Regional Catastrophe: A View from Cilicia / Tevfik Emre Serifoglu -- Early Bronze Age Graves and Burial Customs in Mezraa Höyük / Derya Yalcikli -- Anyone Out There? Looking for Life in Early 3rd Millennium Central Anatolia / Thomas Zimmermann.
Part 3: Middle and Late Bronze Ages -- An Egyptian Style Kohl Pot from Alalkh / Murat Akar -- A White Painted Pendant Line Style Jug Fragment from Tatarli Höyük / Özlem Oyman-Girginer -- Hittite Gods Abroad: Evidence from Hittite Diplomatice Activities? / Hermann Genz -- "A Goatherd Shall Not Enter!" Observations on Pastoralism and Mobility in Hittite Anatolia / N. Ilgi Gerc̦ek -- Antaliian Lead Figurines: A Stocktaking / Yagmur Heffron -- Pot-marks as a Feature of Interregional Connectivity a Tell Atchana-Alalakh: Evidence from the 2006-2012 Excavations / Mara T. Horowitz -- The Bay of Iskenderun Landscape archaeology and Survey Project: Dutlu Tarla and Dagilbaz Höyük / Ann E. Killebrew, Brandon R. Olson and Gunnar Lehmann -- La cornaline dans les sources paléo-assyriennes / Cécile Michel -- Facing Muwattalli: Some Thoughts on the Visibility and Functions of the Rock Reliefs at Sirkeli Höyük, Cilicia / Ekin Kozal and Mirko Novák -- Early and Middle Bronze age Cylinder Seal Impressions from Salata Tepe / A Tuba Ökse -- Revisiting the Issue of Late Bronze II Drab Ware with Potmarks / Remzi Yagci -- Secondary Smelting: The Analysis of Three Cooper-Based Samples from Kinet Höyük / K. Aslihan Yener and Gonca Dardeniz -- C̦ine-Tepecik Yerleșmesine Ait Figürlü Miken Seramigi / Sevinc̦ Günel.
Part 4: Iron Age -- The Performance of Neo-Assyrian Prophecy in the Temple: an Archaeological-Textual Approach / Selim F. Adali and Erkan Akbulut -- Lycia and the Hatay: Understanding Communicaion between Coast and Interior / Tamar Hodos -- Ritual Landscapes and Cultural Identities in Ionia: Evidence from the Rural Cult Places of Klazomenai / Elif Koparal -- Eighth Century BCE Mortaria at Kinet Höyük / Gunnar Lehmann -- Greek and Native Contact in Transcaucasian Iberia / Jacques Morin -- Women and Music in Ancient Anatolia: The Iconographic Evidence / Tuna Șare -- A Seal from Toprakkale: Selective Emulation of Assyrian Elements in Urartian Art / Tugba Tanyeri-Erdemir -- The Pottery of the Latest Iron 1A Phase at Tell Tayinat, Amuq - Elif Ünlü.
Part 5: Hellenistic and Roman -- Second-in-Rank Local Procedures of Megarian Bowls in the Aegean and Elsewhere / Jan Bouzek -- Pre-Classical Lithic Sites in Western Rough Cilicia / Nicholas Rauh -- The "Sacrilegious, Accursed and Tomb-breaker?":Sarcophagus Re-use at Aphrodisias / Esen Ögüș -- Minature Cream Vessels from Tatarli Höyük Dated to the Hellenistic Period / Hayriyw Akil.
Part 6: Late Antique to Ottoman -- Size Matters! Scal eand Demography of the Deli Halil Settlements / Füsun Tülek -- Tracing the Hoof-prints of Byzantine History: Horsesand Horse Breeding in the Middle Byzantine Period / Filiz Tütüncü-C̦aglar -- Getting Smashed and Ending up in the Bottom of a Pit: The Kinet Beakers and their Tragic Fate / Franca Cole and Scott Redford -- Bronze Surgical Instruments from Tüpraș Field and the Islamic -Byzantine Medical Trade / Asa Eger -- Ottoman Identity as Material Culture / Fahri Dikkaya.
Part 7: Archaeological Science, Heritage adn Ethnoarchaeology -- Synthesis of Geoarchaeological Research around Kinet Höyük, Hatay, Turkey / Timothy Beach, Sheryl Luzzadder-Beach and Jonathan M. Flood -- Regional and Long-Distance Movements of Animals and Animal Parts in Ancient Turkey: the Zooarchaeological Evidence / Canan C̦akirlar -- Dove Cots and Dove Towers in the Kayseri Region / Ben Claasz Coockson -- Art or Artifact? How Museum Presentation Influences Definitions / Erica Hughes -- A New interpretation of Beads in their Archaeological and Cultural Context / Sinan Kilic̦.
Summary: Archaeology of Eastern Mediterranean is an immense subject that encompasses a broad range of topics from prehistoric to historic periods. Here a collection of forty-three essays is presented that are related to the archaeologies of Anatolia, the Levant, Mesopotamia, Cyprus, Egypt, Greece, Balkans and the Aegean. This volume is divided into seven chapters, six of which is organized chronologically from Neolithic to Medieval-Ottoman Periods. Last chapter incorporates the articles on other related disciplines of geoarchaeology, zooarchaeology, museology and ethnoarchaeology. This volume is written by the friends, colleagues and students of Marie-Henriette and Charles Gates, who are two outstanding scholars of Eastern Mediterranean Archaeology.
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Festschrift.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Part 1: Neolithic and Chalcolithic -- Temples as Sacred Houses: A Case Study from Tepe Gawra / Sevil Baltali Tirpan -- The Neolithisation of the Northeastern Corner of the Mediterranean / Cedric Bodet -- Some Clay Find from PPNB Gritille: Stamps, Sealings and Tokens / Christine Eslick and Mary M. Voigt -- Negotiating Peace, Enduring Conflict: A Diachronic View on Prehistoric Warfare in the Eastern Aegean / Sinan Unlusoy and Ciler Cilingiroglu --

Part 2: Early Bronze Age -- Thoughts on Houses and Households in the Early Trans-Caucasian Culture: A View from Yanik Tepe in Northwestern Iran / Geoffrey D. Summers --The Late Bronze Age Regional Catastrophe: A View from Cilicia / Tevfik Emre Serifoglu -- Early Bronze Age Graves and Burial Customs in Mezraa Höyük / Derya Yalcikli -- Anyone Out There? Looking for Life in Early 3rd Millennium Central Anatolia / Thomas Zimmermann.

Part 3: Middle and Late Bronze Ages -- An Egyptian Style Kohl Pot from Alalkh / Murat Akar -- A White Painted Pendant Line Style Jug Fragment from Tatarli Höyük / Özlem Oyman-Girginer -- Hittite Gods Abroad: Evidence from Hittite Diplomatice Activities? / Hermann Genz -- "A Goatherd Shall Not Enter!" Observations on Pastoralism and Mobility in Hittite Anatolia / N. Ilgi Gerc̦ek -- Antaliian Lead Figurines: A Stocktaking / Yagmur Heffron -- Pot-marks as a Feature of Interregional Connectivity a Tell Atchana-Alalakh: Evidence from the 2006-2012 Excavations / Mara T. Horowitz -- The Bay of Iskenderun Landscape archaeology and Survey Project: Dutlu Tarla and Dagilbaz Höyük / Ann E. Killebrew, Brandon R. Olson and Gunnar Lehmann -- La cornaline dans les sources paléo-assyriennes / Cécile Michel -- Facing Muwattalli: Some Thoughts on the Visibility and Functions of the Rock Reliefs at Sirkeli Höyük, Cilicia / Ekin Kozal and Mirko Novák -- Early and Middle Bronze age Cylinder Seal Impressions from Salata Tepe / A Tuba Ökse -- Revisiting the Issue of Late Bronze II Drab Ware with Potmarks / Remzi Yagci -- Secondary Smelting: The Analysis of Three Cooper-Based Samples from Kinet Höyük / K. Aslihan Yener and Gonca Dardeniz -- C̦ine-Tepecik Yerleșmesine Ait Figürlü Miken Seramigi / Sevinc̦ Günel.

Part 4: Iron Age -- The Performance of Neo-Assyrian Prophecy in the Temple: an Archaeological-Textual Approach / Selim F. Adali and Erkan Akbulut -- Lycia and the Hatay: Understanding Communicaion between Coast and Interior / Tamar Hodos -- Ritual Landscapes and Cultural Identities in Ionia: Evidence from the Rural Cult Places of Klazomenai / Elif Koparal -- Eighth Century BCE Mortaria at Kinet Höyük / Gunnar Lehmann -- Greek and Native Contact in Transcaucasian Iberia / Jacques Morin -- Women and Music in Ancient Anatolia: The Iconographic Evidence / Tuna Șare -- A Seal from Toprakkale: Selective Emulation of Assyrian Elements in Urartian Art / Tugba Tanyeri-Erdemir -- The Pottery of the Latest Iron 1A Phase at Tell Tayinat, Amuq - Elif Ünlü.

Part 5: Hellenistic and Roman -- Second-in-Rank Local Procedures of Megarian Bowls in the Aegean and Elsewhere / Jan Bouzek -- Pre-Classical Lithic Sites in Western Rough Cilicia / Nicholas Rauh -- The "Sacrilegious, Accursed and Tomb-breaker?":Sarcophagus Re-use at Aphrodisias / Esen Ögüș -- Minature Cream Vessels from Tatarli Höyük Dated to the Hellenistic Period / Hayriyw Akil.

Part 6: Late Antique to Ottoman -- Size Matters! Scal eand Demography of the Deli Halil Settlements / Füsun Tülek -- Tracing the Hoof-prints of Byzantine History: Horsesand Horse Breeding in the Middle Byzantine Period / Filiz Tütüncü-C̦aglar -- Getting Smashed and Ending up in the Bottom of a Pit: The Kinet Beakers and their Tragic Fate / Franca Cole and Scott Redford -- Bronze Surgical Instruments from Tüpraș Field and the Islamic -Byzantine Medical Trade / Asa Eger -- Ottoman Identity as Material Culture / Fahri Dikkaya.

Part 7: Archaeological Science, Heritage adn Ethnoarchaeology -- Synthesis of Geoarchaeological Research around Kinet Höyük, Hatay, Turkey / Timothy Beach, Sheryl Luzzadder-Beach and Jonathan M. Flood -- Regional and Long-Distance Movements of Animals and Animal Parts in Ancient Turkey: the Zooarchaeological Evidence / Canan C̦akirlar -- Dove Cots and Dove Towers in the Kayseri Region / Ben Claasz Coockson -- Art or Artifact? How Museum Presentation Influences Definitions / Erica Hughes -- A New interpretation of Beads in their Archaeological and Cultural Context / Sinan Kilic̦.

Archaeology of Eastern Mediterranean is an immense subject that encompasses a broad range of topics from prehistoric to historic periods. Here a collection of forty-three essays is presented that are related to the archaeologies of Anatolia, the Levant, Mesopotamia, Cyprus, Egypt, Greece, Balkans and the Aegean. This volume is divided into seven chapters, six of which is organized chronologically from Neolithic to Medieval-Ottoman Periods. Last chapter incorporates the articles on other related disciplines of geoarchaeology, zooarchaeology, museology and ethnoarchaeology. This volume is written by the friends, colleagues and students of Marie-Henriette and Charles Gates, who are two outstanding scholars of Eastern Mediterranean Archaeology.

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