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Archaeology in Turkey
Notices presentant les principaux resultats des fouilles de la saison 1995 sur les sites turcs datant des periodes paleolithique, neolithique, chalcolithique, des Ages du Bronze et du Fer et desExpand
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Nomadic Pastoralists and the Chalcolithic Hoard from Nahal Mishmar
Abstract The Nahal Mishmar hoard of copper and arsenical bronze artifacts, dated to the Palestinian Chalcolithic, mid-fourth millennium B.C., has been discussed in previous studies as a collection ofExpand
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Potmarks at Kinet Höyük and the Hittite Ceramic Industry
LB II Anatolia's ceramic assemblage is characterized by standardization, and potmarks incised before firing. A monochrome fabric known as "Drab Ware" was manufactured in a limited range of shapes andExpand
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The Palace of Zimri-Lim at Mari
A marvel of its time or just one palace among many? In considering this question, the author describes the palace and summarizes the excavations that have been conducted there.
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Archaeology in Turkey, 2004-2005
Compte rendu, presentant l’ensemble des travaux archeologiques realises en Turquie entre 2004 et 2005, sur des sites dont l’occupation va du paleolithique jusqu’a l’epoque islamique. Parmi les pointsExpand
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Dialogues between Ancient near Eastern Texts and the Archaeological Record: Test Cases from Bronze Age Syria
Scholarship on the historical ancient Near East pursues two often independent approaches, epigraphic and archaeological. While the two approaches may meet when one requires confirmation from theExpand
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New Evidence for Fish Processing in the Ancient Eastern Mediterranean: Formalised Epinephelus Butchery in Fifth Century bc Kinet Höyük, Turkey
Archaeological evidence for fish preparation in the Eastern Mediterranean is scarce. A Late fifth century deposit at Kinet Hoyuk provides tangible evidence for the systematic butchering of largeExpand
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Using neutron activation analysis to identify scales of interaction at Kinet Hoyuk, Turkey
We use NAA to characterize a relatively large archaeological ceramic sample from the Late Bronze Age to Hellenistic phases of Kinet Hoyuk, a coastal Turkish site in the Gulf of Iskenderun at theExpand
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