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At Boncuklu Hoyuk, for example, a site 10 km north of Catalhoyuk and at least a thousand years older, isolated crania are often recovered from external spaces, but "headless" primary skeletons have, to date, not been recovered (Baird et al.
ANALYSIS OF THE FAUNAL REMAINS FROM THE WEST SLOPE OF HACIMUSALAR HOYUK IN SOUTHWESTERN TURKEY.
Dr Glenn Schwartz, a US archaeologist based at John Hopkins University, believes that in its heyday the city at Kazane Hoyuk was one of the "most important political and economic centres in the region".
The systematic excavations in Yumuktepe Hoyuk started in 1936 under the supervision of British archeologist John Garstang.
Work at Titris Hoyuk began in 1991 but intensified in 1993 with the decision to map underground remnants of the city using a hand-held magnetometer.
The Hittite Names of Kerkenes Dag and Kusakli Hoyuk.
Our tour features Antakya (Antioch), Harran, Nemrut Dag, the Armenian and Urartian sites around Lake Van, the Armenian churches of Ani, the Black Sea coast and the Hittite sites of Altintepe, Karatepe, Alaca Hoyuk and Hattusa--ending in Ankara.
This latter information is particularly pertinent for the identification of Arinna on the ground, although Popko rejects the obvious candidate Alaca Hoyuk, which he continues to equate with Zippalanda (p.
Particular sites are well chosen for detailed discussion in order to illustrate the material culture of various periods, for example Qua) Hoyuk for the Late Neolithic-Early Chalcolithic (pp.
To some extent this fills an important gap between officials from the earlier fourteenth century as known from the Masat Hoyuk correspondence and those active in the much better attested thirteenth century.
19-34): an early form of city planning at Titris Hoyuk around the middle of the third millennium B.