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Addendum to: ‘The path less travelled’? A case study of cross-regional connectivity in the third millennium BC from the Madra River Delta on the coastline of northwest Anatolia
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person Contributor(s): Maria Röcklinger , Barbara Horejs
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Addendum to: ‘The path less travelled’? A case study of cross-regional connectivity in the third millennium BC from the Madra River Delta on the coastline of northwest Anatolia
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author = {Röcklinger, Maria and Horejs, Barbara and Lambrianides, Kyriacos and Spencer, Nigel}
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The interdisciplinary Madra River Delta Project was carried out under the direction of Kyriacos Lambrianides and Nigel Spencer from 1994–97, and provided numerous prehistoric finds from surface surveys and exploratory excavations. The prehistoric material culture assemblage from the project has been prepared for publication by Barbara Horejs and Maria Röcklinger as part of a joint publication project with the project directors.
The close proximity of the region to the countryside of Pergamon, investigated since 2008 (see the project Survey of the prehistoric surroundings of Pergamon https://www.oeaw.ac.at/en/oeai/research/prehistory-wana-archaeology/prehistoric-phenomena/survey-of-the-prehistoric-surroundings-of-pergamon), allows a direct comparative analysis of micro-regional characteristics that will contribute to a new definition of the region between the so-called cultural horizons of Troy, Yortan and the Bay of İzmir in the Early Bronze Age. Typological frameworks for the finds in the Madra River Delta, contextualised within the broader cultural context, have been developed in our study based on the documentation of the survey and excavations of the Delta sites of Yeldeğirmentepe and Hüyücektepe.
In 2016 a Madra River Delta Project workshop with N. Spencer was organized in Vienna. The aim of the meeting was to discuss the final publication of the project, which is being published in the Annual of the British School at Athens volume 116, 2021. We would like to express our sincere thanks to a generous grant from The Institute for Aegean Prehistory (INSTAP) who supported our publication preparation work and the development of this online archive.
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Total: 2 folders, 2 subfolders, 507 files representing 4 catalogues, 1 file with figures, 2 tables, 1 addendum, 379 drawings, and 120 photographs
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Addendum to: ‘The path less travelled’? A case study of cross-regional connectivity in the third millennium BC from the Madra River Delta on the coastline of northwest Anatolia
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info_outline Related Discipline(s): Prehistory , Archaeology
info_outline Subject(s): small finds , pottery studies , Yeldeğirmentepe , material culture , Hüyücektepe
info_outline Spatial Coverage: Madra River Delta
info_outline Coverage Start Date: -3000
info_outline Coverage End Date: -2000
info_outline Description: The interdisciplinary Madra River Delta Project was carried out under the direction of Kyriacos Lambrianides and Nigel Spencer from 1994–97, and provided numerous prehistoric finds from surface surveys and exploratory excavations. The prehistoric material culture assemblage from the project has been prepared for publication by Barbara Horejs and Maria Röcklinger as part of a joint publication project with the project directors.
The close proximity of the region to the countryside of Pergamon, investigated since 2008 (see the project Survey of the prehistoric surroundings of Pergamon https://www.oeaw.ac.at/en/oeai/research/prehistory-wana-archaeology/prehistoric-phenomena/survey-of-the-prehistoric-surroundings-of-pergamon), allows a direct comparative analysis of micro-regional characteristics that will contribute to a new definition of the region between the so-called cultural horizons of Troy, Yortan and the Bay of İzmir in the Early Bronze Age. Typological frameworks for the finds in the Madra River Delta, contextualised within the broader cultural context, have been developed in our study based on the documentation of the survey and excavations of the Delta sites of Yeldeğirmentepe and Hüyücektepe.
In 2016 a Madra River Delta Project workshop with N. Spencer was organized in Vienna. The aim of the meeting was to discuss the final publication of the project, which is being published in the Annual of the British School at Athens volume 116, 2021. We would like to express our sincere thanks to a generous grant from The Institute for Aegean Prehistory (INSTAP) who supported our publication preparation work and the development of this online archive.

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info Information on the methodology used for Madra River Delta's surface survey in 1996
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info Table providing information about pottery finds from Hüyücektepe Survey
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info Drawings of small finds and pottery from prehistoric Madra River Delta, Western Turkey
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info Figures of drawings and photos from prehistoric Madra River Delta, Western Turkey. They depict pottery and small finds.
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info Results of comparison studies indicating the distribution of particular vessel shapes in different sites.
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