Alalakh : an account of the excavations at Tell Atchana in the Hatay, 1937-1949

  title={Alalakh : an account of the excavations at Tell Atchana in the Hatay, 1937-1949},
  author={Leonard Sir Woolley and Cathy Gadd and Richard David Barnett},
  journal={American Journal of Archaeology},
(Gordion: AJA 60 [1956] pl. 93 fig. 41; 6I, this number; ILN November 17, 1956, 858 fig. 9). As explained above, much of the interpretation of Phrygian culture is subject to annual modification with the progress of work at Gordion. Akurgal's book is an indispensable preparation for those interested in following the case of Phrygia. It contains the best available compendium of Phrygian art, and presents the material with refreshingly challenging comment. The factual contents as well as the ideas… 
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