Troy in recent perspective

  title={Troy in recent perspective},
  author={D. Easton and J. Hawkins and A. Sherratt and E. Sherratt},
  journal={Anatolian Studies},
  pages={75 - 109}
Abstract The historic series of excavations of Hisarlik-Troy have been continued over the last 15 years by a collaboration between teams from the universities of Tübingen and Cincinnati with fruitful results. Over the year 2001 however the director, Manfred Korfmann, attracted sharp criticism from colleagues, largely through the medium of the press, for his methods and publications. He was accused of exaggerating the importance of the site in the Late Bronze Age, particularly as a political… Expand
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