Uruk colonies and Anatolian communities : An interim report on the 1992-1993 excavations at Hacinebi, Turkey

@article{Stein1996UrukCA,
  title={Uruk colonies and Anatolian communities : An interim report on the 1992-1993 excavations at Hacinebi, Turkey},
  author={G. Stein and R. Bernbeck and C. Coursey and A. McMahon and N. Miller and A. Misir and J. Nicola and H. Pittman and Susan Pollock and H. Wright},
  journal={American Journal of Archaeology},
  year={1996},
  volume={100},
  pages={205-260}
}
Les fouilles du site d'Hacinebi, situe sur la route commerciale de l'Euphrate, ont pour but d'etudier les effets de l'Expansion d'Uruk (expansion commerciale, et plus ancien systeme colonial connu jusqu'a present) sur l'organisation sociale, economique et politique du sud-est de l'Anatolie au 4e millenaire av. J.-C.). Hacinebi montre deux phases d'occupation chalcolithiques - une phase A de pre-contact et une phase B de contact avec une forte concentration de ceramiques d'Uruk, d'objets… Expand
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