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Title: Complex Two in the Early Bronze II Upper Town of Küllüoba near Eskişehir
Subtitle: With an Appendix on the Faunal Remains by Can Y. Gündem
Author(s): EFE, Turan , FIDAN, Erkan
Volume: 34 Date: 2008
The large prehistoric mound of Küllüoba is an irregular oval some 300 x 150 m, rising nearly ten meters above the plain level in the rolling cultivated fields in the west of the upper Sakarya (Sangarius) basin just north of the Phrygian Highlands: 35 km SE of Eskişehir, 15 km NE of Seyitgazi and 1.3 km south of the village of Yenikent. The mound itself – on the northern slope of an ancient stream bed, now dry – is comprised almost exclusively of prehistoric deposit. Later remains in the general vicinity represent late Hellenistic times.