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Title: Çadir Höyük
Subtitle: The Upper South Slope 2006-2009
Author(s): ROSS, Jennifer
Volume: 36 Date: 2010
The 2009 season represented the fourteenth season of excavation at Çadir Höyük. During that time we have made great strides in our pursuit of understanding Çadir’s role in the history and development of culture in Central Anatolia. We last reported on the general outlook for Çadir Höyük with a report on the state of the second millennium remains in Anatolica 32 (2006). Excavations at the site have continued since that time with interesting results in at least four different areas of investigation. These excavations have continued to demonstrate the richness of Çadir Höyük’s material remains with exciting finds coming from nearly every period of its long occupation. This report will summarize the findings of investigations into the Iron Age levels of the Upper South Slope trench between the years 2006 and 2009 (with a one year hiatus in 2007).