Halicarnassian Studies, Vol. V

Edited by: Poul Pedersen

Halicarnassian Studies is a series concerned with all aspects of the ancient city of Halikarnassos and the region of Karia, including art, archaeology, philology, epigraphy, and history. The purpose of the series is to publish results of recent investigations and field work, as well as studies of a more theoretical nature. Halicarnassian Studies - Vol. V consists of five articles on very different aspects of ancient Halikarnassos and the Halikarnassos peninsula. Contents include: a report of the excavation of an Early Byzantine complex of buildings at the site of Torba * the first description of a previously unknown marble quarry at Bozdag, an ancient town and marble quarry near Myndos on the Halikarnassos Peninsula * a comprehensive study that brings together the rich material of tomb architecture, pottery, and other finds from the Late Bronze Age and the Early Iron Age in the Halikarnassos area * five Hellenistic Totenmahl reliefs and whether they are evidence for a local workshop or imports from places more well-known for these kind of monuments * an examination of the Stadium of Ancient Halikarnassos.

155 pages

Publication Date: 12/1/2008
Format: Cloth
ISBN: 9788776742935