Perceptions of the Past in the Turkish Republic

Classical and Byzantine Periods

AUTHOR(S) :
Nina Ergin
Scott Redford

TRANSLATED BY: İnci Türkoğlu

LANGUAGE: Turkish

CATEGORY: Archaeology
Archaeology and History of Art
Art History
Late Antique and Byzantine Studies
PAGES: 279
SIZE: 16.5 x 24 cm.
EDITION: 2nd print, October 2010
HARDCOVER ISBN: 9786056141102
HARDCOVER PRICE: 18 TL

The Land of Turkey has not only yielded archaeological finds essential to the formation of the field of archaeology; these finds also played a crucial role in the making of a national narrative in the transition from the late Ottoman Empire to the present-day Republic.

The Land of Turkey has not only yielded archaeological finds essential to the formation of the field of archaeology; these finds also played a crucial role in the making of a national narrative in the transition from the late Ottoman Empire to the present-day Republic. The outcome of a symposium organized by Koç University’s Research Center for Anatolian Civilizations in İstanbul, the essays in this volume critically engage with the constitution of Classical and Byzantine archaeolgy in Turkey, addressing such issues as the historical context of the production of knowledge, the roles of individuals and institutions in shaping scholarship, and the current and future state of the field.

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