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Title: Kuriki Höyük, a Small Settlement at the Confluence of the Batman and Tigris Rivers
Subtitle: Evidence from the Late Iron Age to the Parthian Period
Author(s): D'AGOSTINO, Anacleto , GENÇ, Elif
Journal: Anatolica
Volume: 44    Date: 2018   
Pages: 1-42
DOI: 10.2143/ANA.44.0.3285049

Abstract :
This paper concerns the results of two seasons of work at Kuriki Höyük on the left bank of Batman Çayı, in SE Turkey. Architecture and materials provide information on a little known period in the region, comprising the second half of first millennium BC to the first centuries of Common Era. Focusing on pottery sherds, a few objects and architectural remains, contextual analysis enable us to define aspects of the local material culture, main phases of occupation at the site and the regional links. On the whole, more attention has been paid to interpreting all the evidence collected, although fragmentary, framing it within a general chronological grid, and summarising the main historical events that could have had consequences on the sequence of occupation.

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