By David Hopkins
This choice of essays studies contemporary paintings in Anatolia. Many papers speak about Hittite faith and tradition, together with the 1st English-language dialogue, via Peter Neve, of the nice Temple at Hattusa. Others overview paintings at later websites together with Aphrodisias and Sardis.
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5 to 2 minas. Production in the Industrial Highlands A dramatic economic threshold was crossed in the variety, quality, and quantity of metals manufactured. Metal was a critical high technology in a number of ways. It was the standard of value, medium of exchange, and the raw material of tool and weapon industries. Often metal was a vehicle for complex reciprocal gift exchanges.
The two depas vessels from living surfaces are TH132 and TH65077; the one vessel from a late EBA burial is TH11855. TH132 is published as Algaze et al. (1992:fig 16). TH11855 is published as Algaze et al. (1996:fig 7, center). 2 At the time of the final preparation of this chapter, the 1996 field season had just finished. The results from this season revealed a similar series of domestic residences within the Lower Town of the site. Approximately 900 m2 of architecture were uncovered for the 1996 season.
Orthmann, W. 1986 The Origins of Tell Chuera. Pp. 61–70 in The Origins of Cities in Dry-Farming Syria and Mesopotamia in the Third Millennium BC, edited by H. Weiss. Guilford, CT: Four Quarters Publishing. Porter, A. and McClellan, T. 1998 The Third Millennium Settlement Complex at Tell Banat: Results of the 1994 Excavations. Damaszener Mitteilungen 10:11–63. Wattenmaker, P. and Mısır, A. 1994 1992 Excavations at Kazane Höyük. Kazi Sonuçlari Toplantisi 15(1):177–87. Gibson, M. 1982 A Re-evaluation of the Akkad Period in the Diyala Region on the Basis of Recent Excavations at Nippur and in the Hamrin.