Hellenistic and Roman fine wares from the Byzantine contexts in Tyana/Kemerhisar (south Cappadocia)

Authors

  • Cristina Mondin

Abstract

In 2005 the Ancient Topography section of the University of Padua began a series of investigations on the northern slopes of the höyük at Kemerhisar, the ancient Tyana. The oldest structures brought to light during the course of this research were a Christian complex together with a series of shops leaning against it, dating from the late Roman/early Byzantine period. Both the Christian buildings and the shops were extensively damaged by subsequent settlements, particularly during the Seljuk and Ottoman periods.  

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Published

01/01/2015

How to Cite

Mondin, C. (2015). Hellenistic and Roman fine wares from the Byzantine contexts in Tyana/Kemerhisar (south Cappadocia). Rei Cretariae Romanae Fautorum Acta, 43, 35–42. Retrieved from https://archaeopresspublishing.com/ojs/index.php/RCRF/article/view/2099