4 edition of Excavations in Pessinus found in the catalog.
|Statement||John Devreker, Hugo Thoen and Frank Vermeulen ; with the collaboration of Bea De Cupere ... [et al.].|
|Series||Archaeological reports Ghent University -- vol.1|
|Contributions||Thoen, Hugo., Vermeulen, Frank.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||416 p. :|
|Number of Pages||416|
Acropolis = J. Devreker, H. Thoen, F. Vermeulen, Excavations in Pessinus: the so-called Acropolis. From Hellenistic and Roman Cemetery to Byzantine Castle (Gent, ) I. Pessinous = J. Strubbe, The Inscriptions of Pessinous (Bonn, ) [IGSK 66]. “The excavation of Sector S: a new window into the creation of the Late Roman Fortifications at Pessinus” In Tsetskhladze G. (ed.), Pessinus and its Regional Setting, Pessinus Studies Volume 2, Peeters Publishers, Leuven/Paris/Walpole, pp. “Urban Fortifications in Late Roman Galatia” In Tsetskhladze, G. (ed.).
The book is number 1 of volume 4 of the Dark Essential Series. The series consists of: Book #1: "Excavation" by Steve Rasnic Tem - copies Book #2: "Untigahunk: Stories and Myths of the Little Brothers" by Rick Hautala - copies Book #3: "Prototype" by Brian Hodge - copies Book #4: "Demonologist" by Michael Laimo - copies/5(8). Excavations on the so-called 'Ottoman Hill' (Sector J) at the northern outskirts of Pessinus (Fig. 10) revealed various periods of cultural activity which are not easy to interpret due to extensive disturbance of the deposits.
26 Cf. to a similar picture in Galatian Pessinus: Devreker, J., Thoen, H. and Vermeulen, F., Excavations in Pessinus: the so-called Acropolis. From Hellenistic and Roman Cemetery to Byzantine Fortress (Ghent ) – German excavation teams in Aizonai (Çavdarhisar, Kütahya) and Didyma (Aydın), Belgian teams in Pessinus (Eskişehir), Dutch teams in Bursa-Barçınhöyük, American teams at the Çadır tumulus (Yozgat), Italian teams in Tyana (Niğde) and English teams at Domuztepe (Kahramanmaraş) began excavations at the start of July.
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The excavations at Pessinus: a conspectus of the work by P. Lambrechts () and J. Devreker (). Excavations in Pessinus: the so-called Acropolis.
From Hellenistic and Roman cemetery to Excavations in Pessinus book castle Johnny Devreker (UGent), H THOEN and Frank Vermeulen (UGent).
The excavations of Ghent University at Pessinus: a conspectus of the work by P. Lambrechts () and J. Devreker (). Pessinous is the latest archaeological guide to be released by Homer Books (Homer Archaeological Guides: 7).The page guide is available in English and Turkish editions.
The volume is nicely illustrated, and inside the front and back covers are site and regional fold-out maps. The presentation of the results of 5 campaigns of archeological excavations () by a team from Ghent University on the so-called acropolis-site in Pessinus (Central Anatolia) is a long-awaited matter.
Almost only in its concept, this book carefully brings and analyses the results of the digs on one of the town's classical cemeteries and integrates further available information on the. ARCHAEOLOGICAL EXCAVATIONS IN PESSINUS (TURKEY): THE CAMPAIGN During the campaign in the Central Anatolian site of Pessinus (modern Ballihisar) the archaeological activities focused on further excavations in the temple area (trenches B6b, B6d, B9, B3, H4, H3)1.
THE EIGHTH EXCAVATION CAMPAIGN IN PESSINUS. ments of a limestone building on the edge of the South-East of the town centre, near the large Roman theatre, probably point to a kind of castellum divisionim, for the distribution of the water to parts of town Excavations in Pessinus book towards the small valleys East of.
Organized alphabetically, Carta s New Encyclopedia of Archaeological Excavations in the Holy Land (Volumes ) describes and analyzes archaeological excavations carried out during the past century or more in the Holy Land, on both sides of the Jordan.
With articles prepared by more than scholars from around the world, this comprehensive encyclopedia presents a rich and extensive body Reviews: 3. Pessinus (Greek: Πεσσινούς or Πισσινούς) was an Ancient city and archbishopric in Asia Minor, a geographical area roughly covering modern Anatolia (Asian Turkey) on the upper course of the river Sangarios (Sakarya River), remaining a Catholic (formerly double) titular see.
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From Hellenistic and Roman cemetery to Byzantine castle. Autores: H Thoen, F Vermeulen, J Devreker; Localización: Journal of Roman archaeology, ISSNVol. Request PDF | On Jan 1,John Devreker and others published Archaeological Excavations in Pessinus (Turkey): The Campaign | Find, read and cite all.
Many artifacts from prehistory portray the Mother Goddess in yellow and orange, laden with honey, suggesting that the Mother of the Gods morphed into the Queen Bee at some point in pre-history. Pessinus lies neglected and in ruins.
The water-filled passageway that provided cleansing to. Archaeological excavations in Pessinus (Turkey): the campaign. Johnny Devreker (UGent), Angelo Verlinde (UGent), Luc Bauters, Wim De Clercq (UGent) and Patrick Monsieur (UGent) () KAZI SONUCLAN TOPLANTISI.
31(1). p Author. Excavations by Ghent University in ancient Pessinus, which now slumbers under the modern hamlet Ballıhisar in central Turkey, were initiated in by Pieter Lambrechts.
Excavations in Pessinus: the so-called Acropolis: from Hellenistic and Roman cemetery to Byzantine castle Author: John Devreker ; Hugo Thoen ; Frank Vermeulen. Each Book Excavation begins by cutting a hole in the cover of a book with a scalpel or x-acto blade.
I cut my way through the pages selectively keeping fragments of images and words to create a composition using the content of the book as it emerges. In this way a sculptural relief emerges as I carve my way though the pages. Pessinus Stephen Mitchell Public users are able to search the site and view the abstracts and keywords for each book and chapter without a subscription.
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Excavations in Pessinus: The So-Called Acropolis: From Hellenistic and Roman Cemetery to Byzantine Castle - Archaeological Reports Ghent University (Hardback) Hugo Thoen £ Hardback. This book has been cited by the following publications. This list is generated based on data provided by CrossRef.
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PDF e-book,$ Pessinus and Its Regional Setting Volume 2: Work in – edited by Gocha R. Tsetskhladze This is the second of two volumes presenting the results of the Melbourne archaeologi-cal project at Pessinus in Central Anatolia.
The chapters focus on the achievements of the Pessinus field seasons.Book: All Authors / Contributors: Gocha R Tsetskhladze. Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number: Geophysical Survey Report / Armin Schmidt --Pottery from the Pessinus Excavations () / Cristina Mondin --The Coins of Pessinus ().