A selection of metalwork from classical antiquity and the Middle Ages from Cilicia in southern Turkey

Authors

  • Ergün Laflı
  • Alev Çetingöz

Keywords:

metalwork, Cilicia, metal objects

Abstract

This straightforward catalogue presents 110 metal objects of the Archaic, Classical, Hellenistic, Roman and Byzantine periods which are curated in the local museums of Cilicia in southern Turkey, from west to the east, from the museums of Alanya, Anamur, Silifke, Mersin, Tarsus and Adana. The main groups of metal objects are weapons, vessels, stamps, hooks, fibulae, steelyard weights, strigiles, mirrors, simpula, figurines, and other implements. Most of these finds are collected by purchase, but as they are well illustrated, they are useful for typology and function.

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Laflı, E., & Çetingöz, A. (2023). A selection of metalwork from classical antiquity and the Middle Ages from Cilicia in southern Turkey. Ash-Sharq: Bulletin of the Ancient Near East – Archaeological, Historical and Societal Studies, 7(1), 22–107. Retrieved from https://archaeopresspublishing.com/ojs/index.php/ash-sharq/article/view/1934

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