Pathways through Arslantepe
Essays in Honour of Marcella Frangipane
a cura di: Francesca Balossi Restelli, Andrea Cardarelli, Gian Maria Di Nocera, Linda Manzanilla, Lucia Mori, Giulio Palumbi, Holly Pittman

2020
Collana Fuori Collana
Pagine 711

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Premessa
Pag. 9
Presentazione
Pag. 11
Introduction
Pag. 13
GİrİŞ
Pag. 17
Bibliography of Marcella Frangipane
Pag. 29
Tabula Gratulatoria
Pag. 39
The analysis of the settling modes to trace the social organisation of the Predynastic Lower Egyptian sites: the example of Maadi
Pag. 43
The horizontal and vertical egalitarian systems in the vision of Marcella Frangipane: a comparison with the Terramare society of the Po valley (Italy)
Pag. 53
The origin of inequality in central and southern Italy during the Copper Age
Pag. 63
Differences in archaeological sources on early metallurgy between cemeteries and settlements in northern Latium
Pag. 75
Late Chalcolithic Anatolian fruit-stands: significance, function and cultural interactions
Pag. 85
Feasting the collapse. Ceremonial buildings at the beginning of the Early Bronze Age between highlands and lowlands: Some considerations
Pag. 99
Late 4th millennium BCE infant burials from Oylum Höyük, Eastern Step Trench
Pag. 113
Tracing inequality: a reflection on ‘royal tombs’ in eastern Anatolia at the beginning of the third millennium BC
Pag. 125
Trajectories of complexity in the fifth millennium: A comparative approach
Pag. 125
Diversity in Late Chalcolithic 4 glyptic imagery: What did it mean?
Pag. 145
Approaches to the nature of the Kura-Araxes societies in their homeland
Pag. 163
Leadership strategies and the multi-linear development of social complexity in Ubaid Mesopotamia and Susa A southwestern Iran (5500-4000 BCE)
Pag. 173
On the Neolithic equids of Umm Dabaghiyah, Iraq
Pag. 191
Redistribution, central storage and social consumption in south eastern Italy during the final Bronze Age
Pag. 201
Storage facilities during the Middle and Late Chalcolithic periods at Güvercinkayası
Pag. 213
Une liaison dangereuse: mass-produced bowls and cretulae at Arslantepe during period VI A
Pag. 223
The Chalcolithic technologies in Anatolia: a review of the studies on chipped stones
Pag. 235
Pathways to social complexity in the Highlands: on the relationships between the Light-Ware and the Black-Ware crafting communities in the Caucasus and beyond (c. 4300-2800 BCE)
Pag. 249
Food production at Arslantepe (Turkey): botanical evidences from kitchens of the late Chalcolithic and Early Bronze Age
Pag. 265
Observations concerning pottery trays in the Caucasus during the Chalcolithic and Early Bronze Ages
Pag. 277
A Mitannian Period mold from Alalakh: digging below the floor of Idrimi’s level IV palace
Pag. 289
Stamp seals of the local Late Chalcolithic from the Kahramanmaraş Region
Pag. 301
Clay sealings from Telloh: new evidence from a 3rd millennium BC corpus
Pag. 315
Gable seals from Tell Afis: a group of Chalcolithic stamps across Syria and Anatolia
Pag. 327
Experiments in recording practices in 4th millennium BC Northern Mesopotamia
Pag. 337
Administrative practices in the Syrian Jezirah: sealings from Jebel Aruda
Pag. 347
Use (and non-use) of seals in Neo-Hittite Anatolia
Pag. 361
“Kunuk aḫḫī” the “seal of the brothers”: notes on the use of a collective seal at Ekalte during the Late Bronze Age
Pag. 369
Seals and sealings from Dehsavar
Pag. 379
A tale of three cities, about proto-urban centers and their organization
Pag. 393
Tracing a model of proto-urbanization in Northern Aegean and Western Anatolia in the late 4th millennium
Pag. 409
1964 excavations at Söğüt Tarlası and the reminiscences of an Uruk related assemblage
Pag. 423
Between the plains and the mountains: a brief look at upper Tigris region in the Post-Uruk period according to data from Başur Höyük
Pag. 435
Restoration at Arslantepe: a balance between quality and compromise
Pag. 451
Traditional architecture and the disguised Cem houses of Onar village, Malatya-Arapgir
Pag. 451
Wall decorations at Arslantepe: study and conservation
Pag. 471
Cultural heritage management of a prehistoric site in northwest Turkey: Aktopraklik
Pag. 481
Structural damage from earthquakes in the Late Chalcolithic palatial complex of Arslantepe, Malatya (Turkey)
Pag. 493
Pottery analysis and the archaeological context. Choosing samples, counting, weighing and interpreting materials in context
Pag. 511
Tales from the floor: investigating the use of space in the site of Arslantepe (Malatya, Turkey) by means of micro-residues
Pag. 523
Reappraising the Middle Bronze Age at Arslantepe and in the Malatya plain
Pag. 535
Building a digital repository for the Arslantepe archaeological record (ArsDB)
Pag. 549
Plano-occipital flattening: intentional or unintentional treatment?
Pag. 561
Pottery archaeometry in a multi-layered settlement: methodological and theoretical considerations
Pag. 579
Preliminary faunistic research of the Middle Bronze Age (V-A) at Arslantepe
Pag. 591
Contextualizing crisis? Some thoughts on the end of the Bronze Age in the Euphrates region
Pag. 591
Red painted plaster at Neolithic Yumuktepe: a case of symbolic remembering?
Pag. 613
Mud brick platforms during the Iron Age in Central Asia impressions in Izat Kuli, Dahistan (Turkmenistan)
Pag. 623
Material for a history of Eneolithic research in Italy
Pag. 633
Karaz - From today to yesterday. Kura-Araxes pottery of the Erzurum plain: study and observation of its decorations
Pag. 639
A Late Bronze II terracotta figurine of Ishtar from Ruseifah, Jordan
Pag. 655
A fragment of an old syrian sculpture from Ebla
Pag. 665
A lesson in photography. For my shoes there are no sundays
Pag. 675
An overview of potsherds with building and tree depictions recovered in Domuztepe
Pag. 679
The domestication of plants and the role of Anatolia
Pag. 687
Materiality of two vessels in Southern Turkmenian style from Shahr-i Sokhta (Sistan, Iran, c. 3100-2900 BC)
Pag. 701