Nostoi :

Indigenous Culture, Migration and Integration

  • DİL: İngilizce
  • KATEGORİ:Arkeoloji
  • SAYFA SAYISI: 1002
  • ÖLÇÜ: 16,5 x 24 cm.
  • BASKI: 1. Baskı, Mayıs 2015
  • ISBN: 978-605-5250-49-2
  • FİYAT:272 TL

Nostoi. Indigenous Culture, Migration and Integration in the Aegean Islands and Western Anatolia during the Late Bronze and Early Iron Age is presenting one comprehensive volume with papers discussing various aspects of the intercultural contact between West Anatolia and the Aegean during the Late Bronze Age and Early Iron Age. The conference proceedings are focusing on the various Anatolian and Aegean cross-cultural “interfaces”, the archaeological testimonies of the “indigenous” population, the impact of the Hittite, Mycenaean and Ionian migration movements, on the pre-existing population, as well as inter-cultural and cross-cultural mingling of the Aegean and Anatolia or vice versa.

İÇİNDEKİLER

Introduction 11

Part 1: GENERAL

The Political Geography of Arzawa (Western Anatolia) 15
J. DAVID HAWKINS

The East Aegean-West Anatolian Interface in the 12th Century BC: Some Aspects Arising from the Mycenaean Pottery 37
PENELOPE A. MOUNTJOY

Between the Aegeans and the Hittites: Western Anatolia in the 2nd Millennium BC 81
PETER PAVÚK

Settlement Patterns and Socio-Political Landscape of Western Anatolian in the Middle and Late Bronze Age: A Geoarchaeological View 115
RALF BECKS

The History of the Arzawan State during the Hittite Period 131
METIN ALPARSLAN

Part 2: MIGRATION

Migrations in Anatolian Narrative Traditions 145
MARY R. BACHVAROVA

Migration and Integration at Troy from the End of the Late Bronze Age to the Iron Age 185
CAROLYN CHABOT ASLAN — PAVOL HNILA

The Mushki/Phrygian Problem from the Near Eastern Point of View 211
KONSTANTINOS KOPANIAS

Ionian Migration: Certainties and Underlying Uncertainties 227
FLORENTIA FRAGKOPOULOU

Violence and the Ionian Migration: Representation and Reality 239
NAOÍSE MAC SWEENEY

Part 3A: FIELDWORK: AEGEAN

Bridging North and South: The Dodecanese Islands and the "Eastern Insular Arc" between Crete and Anatolia during the Late Bronze Age 263
FANI K. SEROGLOU — DIMITRIS SFAKIANAKIS

The ‘Mycenaeans’ in the Southeast Aegean Revisited: An Inter-Regional Comparison 289
JACOB EERBEEK

The Koan Tradition during the Mycenaean Age: A Contextual and Functional Analysis of Local Ceramics from the “Serraglio”, Eleona, and Langada 311
SALVATORE VITALE — ARIANNA TRECARICHI

The Cyclades and the Dodecanese during the Post−Palatial Period: Heterogeneous Developments of a Homogeneous Culture 337
ANDREAS VLACHOPOULOS — MERCOURIOS GEORGIADIS

Mycenaeanization on Melos: A View from the Phylakopi Pantries 369
JASON W. EARLE

Minoanisation, Acculturation, Hybridisation: The Evidence of the Minoan Presence in the North East Aegean between the Middle and Late Bronze Age 387
LUCA GIRELLA – PETER PAVÚK

Greek Ethnics in –ηνος and the Name of Mytilene 421
ALEXANDER DALE

Hephaestia: New Data on the Mycenaean Presence on Lemnos during the Late Bronze Age 445
LUIGI COLUCCIA

The Indigenous Culture of Hephaestia (Lemnos) at the beginning of the Iron Age: Ancient Sources, Mythical Tradition, and Archaeological Data 461
LAURA DANILE

Part 3B: FIELDWORK: ANATOLIA

A Monumental Middle Bronze Age Apsidal Building at Alalakh 485
K. ASLIHAN YENER

Kizzuwatna in the Bronze Age and in Later Periods: Continuity and/or Discontinuity? 499
REMZİ YAĞCI

Late Bronze–Early Iron Age Painted Pottery from the Northeast Mediterranean Settlements 517
ELİF ÜNLÜ

Notes on Cultural Interaction in Northwest Pisidia in the Iron Age 531
BİLGE HÜRMÜZLÜ — PAUL IVERSEN

Lycia Before Lycians: The Elusive Second Millennium BC in Southwest Turkey and the Çaltılar Archaeological Project 539
NICOLETTA MOMIGLIANO — BELGIN AKSOY

Late Bronze Age Miletus: The Anatolian Face 557
IVONNE KAISER — JULIEN ZURBACH

Geometric Miletus 581
MICHAEL KRUMME

Çeşme−Bağlararası: A Western Anatolian Harbour Settlement at the beginning of the Late Bronze Age 593
VASIF ŞAHOĞLU

Bademgediği Tepe (Puranda) Near Metropolis 609
RECEP MERIÇ — ALİ KAZIM ÖZ

Çine−Tepecik: New Contributions on Late Bronze Age Cultures in Western Anatolia 627
SEVİNÇ GÜNEL

Liman Tepe during the Late Bronze Age 647
SILA MANGALOĞLU−VOTRUBA

Part 4: TRADE

Profit Oriented Traders in the Aegean and Anatolia in the 2nd Millennium BC: Inter-Cultural Concepts of Measurement and Value 671
ANNA MICHAILIDOU

Study of Imports in Late Bronze Age Anatolia: Identification, Definition, Chronological, and Spatial Analysis 693
EKİN KOZAL

Part 5: CULT, SOCIAL, AND INTERCULTURAL ASPECTS

Songs by Land and Sea Descending: Anatolian and Aegean Poetic Traditions 709
ANNETTE TEFFETELLER

Arzawan Rituals and Greek Religion 737
ALICE MOUTON — IAN RUTHERFORD

The Aegean–Type Sword Found at Hattuša and the Written Sources about the Exchange of Technology at the Late Bronze Age 749
KONSTANTINOS GIANNAKOS

From Western to Eastern Anatolia: Reconsidering the Aegean Presence in the Peripheries of the Hittite World 767
GIOIA ZENONI

Against the Identification of Karkiša with Carians 791
ZSOLT SIMON

The Ionian Migration and Ceramic Dynamics in Ionia at the End of the Second Millennium BC: Some Preliminary Thoughts 811
RIK VAESSEN

When East Meets West: The Social Identity of Western Anatolia 835
ÇİĞDEM MANER

Cross-Cultural Interaction in the Eastern Mediterranean during the Early Iron Age: A View from Seal Engraving,
with Special Reference to the Lyre-Player Group 849
MANOLIS MIKRAKIS

At the Crossroads: Dress and Body Ornaments in the Northeastern Aegean 871
MAGDA PIENIĄŻEK

Something Old, Something New: Non−local Brides as Catalysts for Cultural Exchange at Ayia Irini, Kea? 889
EVI GOROGIANNI — JOANNE CUTLER — RODNEY D.FITZSIMONS

Klazomenaeans of Three Continents: Emphasis on the 7th c. BC 923
ANAGNOSTIS PAN. AGELARAKIS

Editors 983
Contributors 985
Index 989

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