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CALL FOR ARTICLES FOR ADALYA XVIII (2015)

Preparations have begun for volume XVIII (2015) of Adalya, AKMED’s annual refereed journal.

Articles oriented to the research, study, documentation, conservation and interpretation of the relationships between the cultures of the Mediterranean Sea in the fiel
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Adalya XVII 2014 has been published

Contents

* Nikos Efstratiou – Paolo Biagi – Elisabetta Starnini / The Epipalaeolithic Site of Ouriakos on the
Island of Lemnos and its Place in the Late Pleistocene Peopling of the East Mediterranean Region

* Süleyman Özkan – Mücella Erdalkıran / Yeni Buluntuların Işığında Çukurkent Neolitik Yerleşimi

* Hale Güney / Same Type, Different Legend: Anchiale or Soloi?

* H. Asena Kızılarslanoğlu– Erkan Alkaç / Elaiussa’da Ele Geçen Hellenistik
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Strukturen Lykischer Rezidenzstädte im vergleich zu älteren städten des Vorderen Orients has been published
[Comparison of Lycian Residential Cities with the Early Cities of the Near East]
This book is the product of a longitudinal and meticuluous study on Lycia and the authors endeavour to prove, using structural theories, the hypothesis that urbanism was a prerequisite for high culture during the Classical Greek period in Lycia within interdisciplinary analyses of Classical and Near Eastern archaeology. The comparative method encompassing the Assyrian, Babylonian, Urartian, Phrygian, Lydia
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New Publication from AKMED
New book titled Strukturen lykischer Rezidenzstädte im Vergleich zu älteren Städten des Vorderen Orients by Prof. Dr. Jürgen Borchhardt and Prof. Dr. Erika Bleibtreu is published as the twelfth volume of Adalya Supplementary Series.

The book, product of a longitudinal and meticulous study, has 472 pages and 269 b/w plates and was launched at a ceremony held at Austrian Academy of Sciences in Vienna on November 6, 2013.


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RESEARCH GRANTS FOR 2014


Doctoral Grant                   2000  EU
Master’s Grant        1000  EU

The Suna & İnan Kıraç Research Institute on Mediterranean Civilizations aims to support scientific studies and research oriented to the research, study, documentation, conservation, and interpretation
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AKMED’s cultural events of 2013-2014 begin

AKMED cultural events of 2013-2014 begin with Prof. Dr. Idris Bostan’s conference Piri Reis and the map of the 'New World' on 26th October 2013, at 14.30 pm

New Events:

http://akmed.kaleicimuzesi.com/etkinlikler_en.php?durum=yeni 

 


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CALL FOR ARTICLES FOR ADALYA XVII (2014)

Preparations have begun for volume XVII of Adalya, AKMED’s annual refereed journal.

Articles oriented to the research, study, documentation, conservation and interpretation of the relationships between the cultures of the Mediterranean Sea in the fields of history, archaeology, and other related disciplines, especiall
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PRINCIPATUS DEVRİ’NDE LYKIA VE PAMPHYLIA KÖKENLİ ROMA SENATÖRLERİ has been published

[Roman Senators of Lycian and Pamphylian Origin during the Principate]
... Apart from a few exceptions, most Roman senators of Lycian and Pamphylian origin served outside their homeland, but usually in the eastern provinces. They represented Rome officially and thus revealed clearly their loyalty to Rome. On the other hand, their loyalty to their homeland is clearly attested in the philanthropic work they instituted there. Certainly this philanthropy did not go unnoticed
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Adalya XVI 2013 has been published

CONTENTS

*Refik Duru / Burdur Bölgesi Prehistorik Kültür Dönemlerinin İsimlendirilmesiyle İlgili Bazı Düşünceler
*Ralf Becks / Prehistoric Island and Lake-Shore Settlements in the Lake District of Southwest Anatolia
*Özdemir Koçak – Mustafa Bilgin / Afyonkarahisar Üçin Buluntuları Işığında Batı Anadolu Prehistoryası Üzerine Yeni Gözlemler
*Gülsün Umurtak / Some Comments on a
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ANMED - News of Archaeology from Anatolia's Mediterranean Areas 2013 - 11 has been published

EXCAVATION REPORTS
• Excavations at Tell Atchana, Ancient Alalakh 2012, K. Aslıhan Yener – Murat Akar
• Alara Excavations 2012, Osman Eravşar
• Excavations at Pisidian Antioch 2012, Mehmet Özhanlı
• Excavations at Hacılar Büyük Höyük 2012, Gülsün Umurtak – Refik Duru
• Excavations at Karain Cave in 2012, Metin Kartal
• Excavations at Kastabala-Hierapolis in 2012, Turgut H. Zeyrek
• Kaunos 2012, Cengiz Işık
• Excav
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