« Kinet Höyük 1992-1997: The Achaemenid Persian and Hellenistic Periods », Olba 2, 1, (1999) (I. Uluslararas Kilikia Arkeojisi Sempozyumu Bildireleri), pp. 323-332.

@inproceedings{Boucharlat2001KH,
  title={« Kinet H{\"o}y{\"u}k 1992-1997: The Achaemenid Persian and Hellenistic Periods », Olba 2, 1, (1999) (I. Uluslararas Kilikia Arkeojisi Sempozyumu Bildireleri), pp. 323-332.},
  author={R{\'e}my Boucharlat},
  year={2001}
}
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