ANALYSIS OF THE FAUNAL REMAINS FROM THE NORTH SLOPE OF HACIMUSALAR HOYUK
The discoveries at Kazane Hoyuk
and Tell Baidar indicate otherwise and suggest that the Sumerians were not only responsible for establishing cities as a form of human settlement but also for spreading the idea to the rest of the Middle East and across the world.
The structure of Upper Mesopotamian cities: insight from fluxgate gradiometer survey at Kazane Hoyuk
, south-eastern Turkey.
Plant remains from Asikli Hoyuk
, a Pre-Pottery Neolithic site in central Anatolia.
19-34): an early form of city planning at Titris Hoyuk
around the middle of the third millennium B.
And as in many other fields, Anatolia holds a special position in this regard as a highly innovative cultural region, since the earliest advances in iron production are well documented there in Early Bronze Age contexts, the most prominent examples being at least six artefacts from north central Anatolian Alaca Hoyuk
The neolithic site of Catal Hoyuk
(not a Mesopotamian site, but located on the Konya plain in southwestern Turkey) is used to discuss the application of various methods, including regional survey, geoarchaeology, surface planning, and excavation.
is a multiperiod site excavated by the British Institute of Archaeology at Ankara between 1979 and 1990 within the Ataturk Dam Rescue Project on the Euphrates.
When discussing a plaque with human figures from Catal Hoyuk
that had been interpreted as copulation, Garfinkel says that the pose "could be interpreted as a dancing posture.
Gorny in this journal, the Hittite town of Zippalanda is indeed to be identified with the modem site of Alaca Hoyuk
, and ancient Ankuwa is probably to be equated with Eskiyapar.
Moreover, comparison of metrical data from Catalhoyuk with those from morphologically wild cattle populations from two earlier aceramic sites in central Anatolia, Asikli Hoyuk
and Musular, indicate that cattle from the lower levels (pre-XII through IV) at Catalhoyuk are similar to, or slightly larger in body size than cattle from those earlier sites (Russel et al.
The article focuses on the outline and surface collections found on Hacibeyli, a PPN site located one hundred kilometers east of Asikli Hoyuk
in the Levant, and Kurban Hoyuk
in south-eastern Turkey (Miller 1984), all of which are in or very close to the range of wild grape.
1) the tablets from Masat Hoyuk
provide a badly needed fixed-point in the northern Halys Basin (Masat H.
Popko attempts to secure the identification both of Zippalanda with the well-known Hittite settlement at Alaca Hoyuk