Ancient Anatolia: Fifty Years' Work by the British Institute of Archaeology at Ankara
Roger Matthews, British Institute of Archaeology at Ankara
British Institute of Archaeology at Ankara, 1998 - History - 378 pages
Since 1948 the British Archaeology at Ankara has been engaged in the discovery and exploration of the past of Anatolia. In this illustrated volume, some 30 essays by the archaeologists themselves present wide-ranging discoveries in an accessible and attractive manner.
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Fifty Years of the British Institute
Central Anatolian Survey
the 1960s Seasons
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13th century Ažvan Afyon Alahan Alanya Amorium Anatolian Studies ancient Ankara apse Archaeology at Ankara architectural Ariassus Asia Minor Asvan Ayvahk Balboura basilica Beycesultan BIAA British Institute building Byzantine castle Catalhoyiik centre ceramic Chalcolithic Colour plate Dag Pazan decoration earlier Early Bronze Age East Church eastern Euphrates evidence excavations floor fortress fragments French frontier Gough Hacilar Harran Hellenistic Hieroglyphic Hiiyiik hill Hittite Hoyiik inscriptions Institute of Archaeology Iron Age Kale Kayahdere Kerkenes Dag Kilise Tepe Konya late later levels Lightfoot Lloyd located Madra Cay Delta masonry material medieval Mellaart Michael Gough Mitford monuments mosaic mound Museum narthex nave Neolithic north-east occupation Oinoanda Ottoman paintings Palaeolithic period phase Pisidia plain pottery region remains road Roman route Satala season Selguk settlement sherds side-chambers stone structure suggest Sultantepe Summers survey surviving Tažkun Turkey Turkish Urartian valley village wall wares