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The Gordion excavations

final reports.

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Published by University Museum, University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Gordion (Extinct city),
  • Turkey
    • Subjects:
    • Gordion (Extinct city),
    • Turkey -- Antiquities.

    • Edition Notes

      SeriesUniversity Museum monograph / University Museum, University of Pennsylvania ;, 43-, University Museum monograph ;, 43, etc.
      ContributionsYoung, Rodney Stuart, 1907-
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDS156.G6 G67 1981
      The Physical Object
      Paginationv. <1 > :
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4267373M
      ISBN 100934718393
      LC Control Number81013373

      Agricultural Sustainability and Environmental Change at Ancient Gordion Summary This book publishes the results of botanical samples from the – Gordion excavations directed by Mary Voigt. This book is a succinct and readable account of recent research at Gordion, the ancient capital of Phrygia, long one of the key sites for understanding Iron Age Anatolia.

      This book publishes the results of botanical samples from the Gordion excavations directed by Mary Voigt. Together with Naomi Miller's volume (Gordion Special Studies 5), this book completes the publication of botanical samples from Voigt's excavations. Synopsis This book publishes the results of botanical samples from the Gordion excavations directed by Mary Voigt. Together with Naomi Miller's volume (Gordion Special Studies 5), this book completes the publication of botanical samples from Voigt's excavations.

      Since , excavations conducted by the University of Pennsylvania and other institutions at Gordion have produced many important finds; among the most significant are the wooden objects including furniture, household objects and miniature sculptures, recovered from several tumuluses at the site. With a history of excavation of over a century, Gordion has yielded a vast store of material culture, some of which is spectacular. The Midas tumulus, the architecture of the Phrygian citadel, and the artifacts from several decades of excavations present unique challenges and .


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The Gordion excavations Download PDF EPUB FB2

This volume contains the excavation report for 15 inhumation burials from the Phrygian site of Gordion in central Anatolia. These tombs, dating from the late eighth through the third quarter of the sixth century B.C., were excavated by The University Museum in,and Format: Hardcover.

The Early Phrygian period is The Gordion excavations book first phase of Iron Age habitation on the City Mound of Yassihuyuk-Gordion. Since it is the most extensively excavated site in central Anatolia, not only for this early period but for successive phases through the Hellenistic period, Gordion has the distinction of being the type-site of ancient Phrygia.1/5(1).

The Gordion Excavations: The early Phrygian pottery Volume 4, Issue 1 of The Gordion Excavations: Final Reports, Rodney Stuart Young, ISBNUniversity Museum monograph. Rodney S. Young directed excavations for the Museum at the site of Gordion on the central plateau in Anatolia (modern Turkey) in alternate years from to Traces of The Gordion excavations book as early as the Early Bronze Age have been identified, but Gordion flourished in the time of the historic King Midas, toward the end of the eighth century B.C.

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The Early Phrygian period is the first phase of Iron Age habitation on the City Mound of Yassihuyuk-Gordion. Since it is the most extensively excavated site in central Anatolia, not only for this early period but for successive phases through the Hellenistic period, Gordion has the distinction of being the type-site of ancient Phrygia.

In this comprehensive study of the ceramic evidence from the Early Phrygian period at Gordion. Email your librarian or administrator to recommend adding this book to your organisation's collection.

The Cambridge Ancient History. Volume 2, Part 2: The Middle East and the Aegean Region, c– BC, 3rd edition Young, R.

Reports on ‘Excavations at Gordion. ’ in American Journal of Archaeology 59 (),; 60 (). caused the collapse of Phrygia. Young’s excavations ended abruptly after his death in The third and latest phase began in the late s, when excavations and survey resumed at Gordion under Project Director G.

Kenneth Sams and Field Director Mary Voigt (Voigt, ; Voigt, DeVries, et al., ). Voigt’s goals were to. Addeddate Identifier vol4_ Identifier-ark ark://t7hr1wg7r Ocr ABBYY FineReader (Extended OCR) Ppi Scanner Internet Archive HTML5 Uploader   The Hardcover of the The Gordion Excavations,Final Reports, Volume IV: The Early Phrygian Pottery by G.

Kenneth Sams at Barnes & Noble. Due to COVID, orders may be delayed. Thank you for your : Additional Physical Format: Online version: Gordion excavations. Philadelphia: University Museum, University of Pennsylvania, (OCoLC)   Excavations on the City Mound of Gordion in and reached to levels containing remnants of Bronze Age structures.

The author provides a detailed stratigraphical presentation of the pottery and small finds from these strata. Bronze Age Gordion is placed in the historical and cultural context of the Anatolian Bronze : Phrygian Fibulae from Gordion.

London: Bernard Quaritch. “Fibulae Represented on Sculpture.” Journal of Near Eastern Stud no. 2: 82– “Anatolia.” The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulle no. 5: cat. nos. 1–4. “Excavations at Dinkha Tepe ” The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulle no.

3: Körte Excavations. Alfred and Gustav Körte, the German brothers who first identified the Yassıhöyük site with ancient Gordion excavated five tumuli and two locations on the citadel mound, plus a trench in the Lower Town.

They published their findings just over three years later in — Her excavations continued periodically through Resumption of excavation is planned for The Main Settlement Mound of Gordion covers an area at its base of13 hectares, rises m.

above the flood plain of the Sakarya River, and is approximately one-half a kilometer in east-west measurement. Volume II part I of the Gordion Excavations Final Reports has been written along the same general planning lines as volume I, Three Great Early Tumuli by Rodneywho was field director of the Gordion excavations from to In Volume I he published the three largest PRE-KIMMERIAN tumuli P,MM and W.

Associated with historical figures such as King Midas and Alexander the Great, Gordion was a highly influential urban center for the surrounding area. With excavations beginning inthe University of Pennsylvania with various institutions has conducted over 30 annual excavation campaigns.

Together with Naomi Miller's volume (Gordion Special Studies 5), this book completes the publication of botanical samples from Voigt's excavations. The book aims to reconstruct agricultural decision making using archaeological and paleoenvironmental data from Gordion to describe environmental and agricultural changes at the site.

The excavations of Rodney Young uncovered an exceptional collection of Phrygian furniture and wooden objects from the City Mound and three royal tombs at Gordion. Excavated between andTumulus W, Tumulus P, and Tumulus MM (mid-ninth to later eighth century BCE) produced an unparalleled group of wood finds, including at least 50 pieces of fine furniture and more than 70 small.

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Vol. IV: illustrations: the early Phrygian pottery.