Western Anatolia: Caught Between Two Powers

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Western Anatolia: Caught Between Two Powers

Type: Research master thesis
Title: Western Anatolia: Caught Between Two Powers
Author: Kourkoulakos, Antonios
Issue Date: 2017-08-31
Keywords: Hittite Empire
Western Anatolia
Late Bronze Age
Abstract: This thesis investigates the revealed material (texts, rock monuments, pottery, architecture, seals, sealings and burials) in western Anatolia during the Late Bronze Age. More specifically, in my thesis I examine the case of three western Anatolian sites, namely that of Gordion, Beycesultan and Miletus. This thesis does not only take into account the local material revealed in the aforementioned sites but it also investigates the foreign influences, such as the Mycenaean and the Hittite ones.
Supervisor: Waal, Willemijn
Faculty: Faculty of Humanities
Department: Classics and Ancient Civilizations (Research master)
Specialisation: Assyriology
ECTS Credits: 25
Handle: http://hdl.handle.net/1887/51814

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