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Archaic and Classical Western Anatolia: New Perspectives in Ceramic Studies
In memoriam Prof. Crawford H. Greenewalt Jr. Proceedings of the Second KERAMOS International Conference at Ege University, Izmir, 3-5 June, 2015


Editors:  Gürtekin Demir R.G., Cevizoglu H., Polat Y., Polat G., Tsetskhladze G.R.

Year: 2018
ISBN: 978-90-429-3460-3
Pages: XXII-408 p.
Price: 96 EURO

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Each of the Keramos conferences has a distinct theme within ceramic studies. The proceedings of the second Keramos conference presented in this volume focus on the ceramic conventions of western Anatolia in the Archaic and Classical periods. The conference aimed to discuss a wide range of topics including workshops, chronology and dating, cultural interactions, trade, movement of ceramics and the spread of ideas, characterisation and contextualising pottery, classification and archaeometric analysis. In this respect, the papers in this volume not only present the results of current research and archaeological material of western Asia Minor but also include new suggestions, approaches and questions in ceramic studies.
The second Keramos conference on 'Archaic and Classical Western Anatolia: New Perspectives in the Ceramic Studies' is dedicated to the memory of Crawford H. Greenewalt Jr, director of the excavations at Sardis for more than 30 years, and professor at the University of California, Berkeley. After participating in several archaeological explorations in Turkey since 1959, Greenie played an important role and contributed to the advancement of archaeological research and knowledge especially in Lydia and western Anatolia.

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