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Collapse or transformation? Regeneration and innovation at the turn of the first millennium BC at Arslantepe, Turkey

  • Marcella Frangipane (a1), Francesco Di Filippo (a2), Federico Manuelli (a3) and Lucia Mori (a1)
Abstract

Ongoing excavations at Arslantepe in south-eastern Turkey are revealing settlement continuity spanning two crucial phases at the transition from the second to the first millennium BC: the post-Hittite period and the development of Syro-Anatolian societies.

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