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[FLEUVES] Between Forest and Coast: Why should we talk about the flotation of logs in Protohistoric Cilicia?

Anatolian Rivers between East and WestAxes and FrontiersGeographical, economical and cultural aspects of the human-environment interactions between the Hebros and Tigris Rivers in ancient timesThe Cultural Aspects of Rivers28th September-1st October 2017Istanbul (French Institute of Anatolian Studies)Enez (Enez Excavations Directorate)http://www.transfers.ens.fr/anatolian-rivers-between-east-and-west-axes-and-frontiersBetween Asia and Asia Minor: Cilician and Near Eastern RiversÉric JEAN (Çorum University, ericjean1@yahoo.com)Between Forest and Coast: Why should we talk about the flotation of logs in Protohistoric Cilicia?Hittite texts provide the names of many watercourses, in connection with religious practices or serving as space delimitations, like the border between two kingdoms or the limits of a temple’s area. On the ...
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[FLEUVES) Rivers as Pre-Modern Cartographic Challenge: The Case of Asia Minor

Anatolian Rivers between East and WestAxes and FrontiersGeographical, economical and cultural aspects of the human-environment interactions between the Hebros and Tigris Rivers in ancient timesThe Cultural Aspects of Rivers28th September-1st October 2017Istanbul (French Institute of Anatolian Studies)Enez (Enez Excavations Directorate)http://www.transfers.ens.fr/anatolian-rivers-between-east-and-west-axes-and-frontiersPerceptions and Representations of Western Asiatic RiversRichard Talbert (University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, talbert@email.unc.edu)Rivers as Pre-Modern Cartographic Challenge: The Case of Asia MinorThe paper illustrates and discusses the longstanding universal difficulties of mapping rivers, with special reference to Asia Minor. Here, as late as the early 20th century, mapping was still conducted under conditions comparable to those found during classical ...
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[FLEUVES] Performing Imperial Cult: The Archaeological Survey of Fasıllar and its contribution to Hittite Cult Practices

Anatolian Rivers between East and WestAxes and Frontiers Geographical, economical and cultural aspects of the human-environment interactions between the Hebros and Tigris Rivers in ancient times The Cultural Aspects of Rivers 28th September-1st October 2017 Istanbul (French Institute of Anatolian Studies) Enez (Enez Excavations Directorate)http://www.transfers.ens.fr/anatolian-rivers-between-east-and-west-axes-and-frontiersPerceptions and Representations of Western Asiatic RiversYigit Erbil (Hacettepe University, yigiterbil@gmail.com)Performing Imperial Cult: The Archaeological Survey of Fasıllar and its contribution to Hittite Cult PracticesFrom 2012, five archaeological surveys have been completed around the so-called Fasıllar Monument and its surrounding area. Since its discovery, this monument has intrigued the scientific community, as it lies on its ...
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[FLEUVES] Treaty, Ritual, Ordeal: Rivers in Hittite Anatolia

Anatolian Rivers between East and WestAxes and Frontiers Geographical, economical and cultural aspects of the human-environment interactions between the Hebros and Tigris Rivers in ancient times The Cultural Aspects of Rivers 28th September-1st October 2017 Istanbul (French Institute of Anatolian Studies) Enez (Enez Excavations Directorate)http://www.transfers.ens.fr/anatolian-rivers-between-east-and-west-axes-and-frontiersPerceptions and Representations of Western Asiatic Riversİlgi Gerçek (Bilkent University, Ankara, ilgigercek@gmail.com) Treaty, Ritual, Ordeal: Rivers in Hittite AnatoliaHittite archives and monuments dating to the Late Bronze Age (c. 1650-1200 BCE) provide us with ample evidence to study the economic and cultural significance of sources of water—from rivers and springs to man-made pools and water reservoirs. ...
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