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The Hecatomnus Hoard
From Tanzimat to the Republic of American Bord missionaries in Urfa's Activities in Urfa
1810 yılında ABD’nin Connecticut eyaletinde Hıristiyanlığı tüm dünyaya yaymak gayesiyle kurulan Amerikan misyoner teşkilatı “Amerikan Bord”, Anadolu topraklarını öncelikli hedefleri arasına aldı. Anadolu’daki faaliyetlerini 1819’da İzmir’e, 1831’de İstanbul’a gönderdiği ilk misyonerleri ile başlatan...
Life and works of Feriuddin Attâr
AbstractThis study examines the life and studies of Fariduddin Attar. In the first part of the study the life of Attar, which was not known very exactly, is examined. However, we know that he was martyred during the Mongol invasion in Anatolia. In the second part of the study, the studies of Feridüd...
A Unique Economic Actor Type in Anatolia: “Homo Kaysericus”
Kayseri, from past to present, has become a city with its trade culture as well as its many social and historical characteristics. For thousands of years, rooted trade culture has provided a unique position for Kayseri compared with other Anatolian cities. The dominant feature of the image of "nativ...
Minaret Meets Portal in Mongol Anatolia
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A group of transport amphorae from the territorium of Ceramus: typological observations
Ceramus is a coastal settlement located along with the northern part of the Ceramus gulf, to which it gave its name, within the border of the Caria region in the ancient periods. The city located in the Ören town of Muğla province, 40 km far from Milas (Pl. 1: Fig. 1). During the archaeological surv...
Nomenclature and Dating in Roman Asia Minor: (M.) Aurelius/a and the 3rd Century AD
Uses of wood and tree management in the Bronze Age Aegean (Greece). The cases of Akrotiri on Thera and Heraion on Samos
The present study deals with wood charcoal macroremains recovered from the archaeological sites of Akrotiri, Thera and Heraion, Samos. The main objectives of this thesis are to examine first the transformation of the vegetation in the surroundings of the aforementioned sites overtime and then to acc...
2009 campaign of the Archaeological Mission of Zeyve Höyük (Porsuk)
A New Hieroglyphic Luwian Epigraph: Urfa-Külaflı Tepe
In the broad range of Emmanuel Laroche’s scientific interests in the field of Ancient Anatolia, Hieroglyphic Luwian played a primary role, as is widely known. It has thus seemed appropriate to remember such a maître by treating a new (albeit incomplete) document belonging to that linguistic domain....
Animal Patterns USED ON THE Turkish TILE AND Ceramics AND THEIR REFLECTION ON CLOTHING DESIGN
It is known that the origin of Turkish tile and ceramic art, which has a very important place in traditional Turkish arts, dates back to Central Asia. Turkish tile and ceramic art, which showed its greatest development in Anatolia, started with the Anatolian Seljuks. Developing over the centuries, t...
Distribution of domestic architectural types in third millennium Anatolia
The Relationship between Spiritual Well-Being and Fear of COVID-19 in Individuals with Chronic Disease during COVID-19 Outbreak
The aim of this research is to determine the relationship between the spiritual well-being levels of individuals with chronic diseases and their fear levels of COVID-19 during the COVID-19 pandemic. The study was designed and conducted as cross-sectional and correlational research. The research was...
Aralık 2015 Version française Terras suis contenta bonis, non indiga mercis Aut Jovis, in solo tanta est fiducia Nilo Kendi kendine yeten, ne ticaretten ne talihten medet uman topraklar gücünü Nil’den alır. Pharsalia, Lucan Bizans İmparatorluğu’nun çöküşünün ardından, XVI. yüzyıl başında Orta Doğu;...
Rites and Doors in Syria and Anatolia in the second millennium J.-C.
Formation or Transformation? The 4th Millennium BC in the Aegean and the Balkans. Orea|Western Anatolia before Troy Proto-Urbanisation in the 4th Millennium BC? Oriental and European Archaeology Volume 1|
Tamerlan, portrayal of a conquer
À la fin du XIVe siècle, Tamerlan (1336-1405) fait son apparition sur la scène politique « internationale ». Son nom occidentalisé, dérivé de son surnom turc, Tîmûr Leng, c’est-à-dire « l’homme de fer boiteux », devint synonyme de guerre, conquêtes, ravages en tout genre. De l’Anatolie à Herat en pa...
The healous caystros and kilbis in the byzance of the Macedonian era. Comments on Parisinus Suppl. Gr. 247 fol. 18r-v
Femmes au foyer et femmes en voyage.
At the beginning of the second millennium B. C., the Assyrians organized from Aššur (in modern Iraq), exchanges of products with Central Anatolia where some of them settled. There, they contracted at times a second marriage with a native girl. Merchant wives and daughters stayd alone in their houses...
Anatolia Urban Eveil in the third millennium J.-C.
Names given to Anatolia City and Sivas Example
If we look at the historical process of the place names in Anatolia, we can see which the last owner these areas Turks gave place names right for their language. The Turk clans, who came to the Anatolia after 1071, analyzed their geography and in respect of gave names these areas. For instance; The...
The Treaties of Miletos Isopoliteia during the Hellenistic Period
Isopoliteia, yani eşit vatandaşlık hakkı Hellen toplumlarında politik, ekonomik ve kültürel nedenlerden dolayı bireysel ya da kitlesel olarak uygulanmıştır. Farklı şekillerde antlaşma metinlerinde yer aldığı görülmektedir. Bu konuda özellikle epigrafik kaynaklar ile antik kaynaklar bilgi vermektedir...
The Collection of Amphoros of Ismail Karakan in Sinop
The versatility of the scribes of Anatolia hittite and Ougarit
Technology nozzles Hanedanů. Les Hécatomnides. The Hekatomnids