The octagonal gemstones from Gordion: observations and interpretations

@article{Goldman2014TheOG,
  title={The octagonal gemstones from Gordion: observations and interpretations},
  author={Andrew L. Goldman},
  journal={Anatolian Studies},
  year={2014},
  volume={64},
  pages={163 - 197}
}
Abstract Of the increasing number of Roman gemstones from Turkey published from museum and private collections, nearly all lack a secure archaeological context. Consequentially, it has been difficult to discuss the origin, production or dissemi¬nation of gemstones in Anatolia during the imperial period. Excavations in the cemeteries at Gordion have yielded over a dozen carved intaglios typical of the first to the fourth century AD. Three of the gems are cut in a relatively rare octagonal form… Expand
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