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  • GEPHYRA MONOGRAPHS 5-6 PUBLISHED
    Münzen von Kappadokien. Sammlung Henseler. BAND I-II

    Author: Thomas GANSCHOW

(Monogr. 5) BAND I: Königreich and Kaisareia bis 192 n. Chr.
(Monogr. 6) BAND II: Kaisareia ab 193 n. Chr., Tyana, Hierapolis am Saros

Kappadokia 1Genau 85 Jahre sind vergangen, seit die Münzen der Stadt Kaisareia in Kappadokien letztmals zusammenhängend behandelt wurden. Auch das Supplement spiegelt nach 40 Jahren kaum noch den aktuellen Stand der Forschung, die seither einen rasanten Aufschwung genommen hat.

Der vorliegende Katalog vereint die seither erschienene Literatur mit der Publikation der Sammlung Henseler, die über 1.500 kappadokische Münzen aus sieben Jahrhunderten umfasst. Der Schwerpunkt liegt – wie schon vor 85 Jahren – auf den autonomen und kaiserzeitlichen Prägungen, die inzwi­schen auf 921 Typen und zahlreiche Varianten angewachsen sind. Darüber hinaus wurden nun auch die Emissionen von Tyana (71 Typen) und Hiera­polis am Saros (2 Typen) aufgenommen.

   
 

AKRON 15 - AŞAĞI AKIN. Isauria Bölgesi'nde Bir Kale Yerleşimi PUBLISHED!

AKRON 15The modern village of Aşağı Akın is located in the mountainous area of the inland Isauria, in a straight line about 35 km to the southwest of the city centre of Karaman (Laranda), on the road leading from Ermenek (Germanicopolis) to Karaman. The newly discovered ancient settlement of Aşağı Akın is 500 m to the east of the modern village. The old settlement is called as Hisartepe by the villagers and is on a rocky hill overlooking the valley of the northern branch of the Calycadnus River (Hadim Göksuyu).

There is an acropolis on the hilltop naturally sheltered by the steep rocky face on the western and southern sides. The northern and eastern sides of the acropolis are enclosed by a wall constructed from rubble stone and mortar. Today only the northern part of this wall, approximately 32 m in length, is in part preserved to a height of 2 m. The top of the hill was reached by means of stairs. Inside the acropolis there is a rock-cut rectangular area with a small circular pit, probably used as a small house or a cistern. Furthermore there is a flattened surface with a small well carved into the rock, possible a workshop or a cult place. Another circular pit (termed colloquially, kaklık) is on the eastern rocky of the hill....
   

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Abstract: Akdeniz Dillerini ve Kültürlerini Araştırma Merkezi

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