This book is the first of a new series dedicated to the site of Kultepe, ancient Kanes, in central Anatolia. It is the report of a conference which took place at Kultepe in September 2013. Contributions written by the best specialists of the field focus on Kultepe and its environment, mainly during the Bronze Age, and on its Assyrian settlement located in the lower town. The volume brings about a reflection on archaeological and textual materials, and provides an interdisciplinary summary of the state of research. It is divided into six sections dedicated to the following topics: archaeology, chronology and population of Kultepe; archives unearthed in the houses belonging to Assyrians; Old Assyrian writing and literacy; Anatolian settlements and daily life; metals and minerals; Kultepe after the Middle Bronze Age.
Proceedings of the 1st Kultepe International Meeting. Kultepe, September 19-23, 2013: Studies Dedicated to Kutlu Emre: (Kultepe International Meetings
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