6 edition of From Athens to Gordion found in the catalog.
June 1980 by Univ Museum Pubns .
Written in English
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From Athens to Gordion The Papers of a Memorial Symposium for Rodney S. Young Edited by Keith DeVries. pages | 8 1/2 x 11 | illus. Paper | ISBN | $s | Outside the Americas £ Distributed for the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology.
The nine papers in this volume, presented by former colleagues and students of the. Gordion (Greek: Γόρδιον, Górdion; Turkish: Gordion or Gordiyon; Latin: Gordium) was the capital city of ancient was located at the site of modern Yassıhüyük, about 70–80 km (43–50 mi) southwest of Ankara (capital of Turkey), in the immediate vicinity of Polatlı district.
Gordion's location at the confluence of the Sakarya and Porsuk rivers gave it a strategic Builder: Thracian settlers. Get this from a library. From Athens to Gordion: the papers of a memorial symposium for Rodney S.
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Young. University Museum Papers 1. Philadelphia. [Review: Sams ] [buy the book!] DeVries, Keith. Greeks and Phrygians in the Early Iron Age. In From Athens to Gordion: The Papers of a Memorial Symposium for Rodney S.
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From Athens to Gordion [Philadelphia ] 51). One cone-shaped bulla of the type known from Hattusa and other Hittite sites bearing a hieroglyphic seal impression predating the Empire period (cat. 10) was found in a secondary context, but it is unclear if it was sealed in Gordion or sent from elsewhere (39).
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