Sachihiro OMURA, Preliminary Report of the 2005 General Survey

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Sachihiro OMURA, Preliminary Report of the 2005 General Survey
Preliminary Report of the 2005 General Survey in Central Anatolia
Sachihiro OMURA
Tokyo
1 INTRODUCTION
2 AREA OF THE SURVEY IN 2005
The Japanese Institute of Anatolian Archaeology of
the Middle Eastern Culture Center in Japan conducted
its annual archaeological survey from October 23
through November 11, 2005, in Ankara and K›rflehir
provinces in Central Anatolia. The archaeological
survey began after the 20 th excavation season of
Kaman-Kalehöyük was finished. In the previous two
years the team surveyed over 105 sites during the
general survey in the northern and the western areas of
Tuz Gölü (The Salt Lake).
The purposes of the general survey in Central
Anatolia this season were: firstly, to identify
archaeological sites in Central Anatolia, secondly,
to determine the distribution of the material culture
that has been identified during the excavations
of Kaman-Kalehöyük, and thirdly, to confirm the
conditions of the sites which were surveyed by us
in previous years. From 1986 to 2004, the team has
surveyed artificial mounds of the types called höyük,
hüyük and tepe in Turkish, and flat sites called düz
yerleflim yeri in Turkish.
The 2005 general survey consisted of the following
members: Dr. Sachihiro Omura, Dr. Masako Omura,
Dr. Kimiyoshi Matsumura, Mamoru Yamashita, Shinya
Suzuki and Kiyoko Morota. Mr. Celal Özdemir from
Amasya Archaeological Museum represented the
Ministry of Culture and Tourism, General directorate of
Monuments and Museums.
During the general survey, Prof. Dr. Tahsin Özgüç
passed away on the 27th of October 2005. We would like
to show our most sincere gratitude to Prof. Dr. Tahsin
Özgüç for offering us his valuable and helpful advice
during the years that he was with us.
In 2003 and 2004, the general surveys were carried
out in the fiereflikoçhisar, Kulu, and Bala districts of
Ankara and Konya provinces. The aim of the general
survey in these last two years was to determine the
distribution of the material culture that has been
identified during the excavations of Kaman-Kalehöyük,
in particular the Iron Age material, corresponding to
Stratum IIc and IId at Kaman-Kalehöyük.
In 2005, the general survey was conducted in the
Kulu district of Konya province and the Bala district
of Ankara province. These areas are grids K-27, K-28,
L-27, L-28, L-29, and M-29. The team had surveyed
in these areas in 1992, 1993 and 1998. The reason for
doing the general survey in the same areas is to monitor
the conditions of the sites investigated in the previous
years.
3 SITES INVESTIGATED IN THE 2005
GENERAL SURVEY
The 2005 general survey in Central Anatolia
investigated a total of 46 sites in 6 grids. These sites are
classified into four groups: höyük, hüyük and tepe (18
sites), düz yerleflim yeri (13 sites), tumulus (12 sites),
and cemetery, called mezarl›k in Turkish (3 sites).
The locations of the sites were identified through
GPS, sites were measured with a total station, and
surface artifacts were collected. Photographs of the
artifacts were taken at the camp. The sites were given
names in the same manner as in the previous years.
05-01 Demirçeflme
Konya province, Kulu district, Demirçeflme village.
Investigated in 1998 (Omura 1999: p.82, Figs.45~46)
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(Omura 2000a: Fig.1). The site (Fig.3) is located in
grid M-29 (Figs.1~2), 2 km northwest of Beflkardefller
village, on the slope of a gentle hill. Marble blocks from
the Roman Period were used in the past to build the
basements of some modern houses, and a small stone
coffin from the Roman Period was identified in the
middle of the site. Dimensions: 124m east-west, 60m
south-north, 5m high. Latitude 38˚ 58´ 22˝, longitude
33˚ 01´ 57˝. The artifacts are from the Early Bronze Age
(Fig.4: 1), Roman Period (Fig.4: 2~4) and Islamic Period
(Fig.4: 5~8).
05-02 Yayla Çeflme
Konya province, Kulu district, Beflkardefller
village. Investigated as Yayla Çeflme in 1998 (Omura
1999: p.85, Figs.105~106) (Omura 2000a: Fig.1). The
site (Fig.5) is located in grid M-29 (Figs.1~2), 0.5 km
east of Beflkardefller village, on the slope of a gentle
hill. The site is currently used for a pasture. There is a
ditch running northeast to southwest and a spring 200m
southwest of the site. Dimensions: 172m east-west,
208m south-north, 4m high. Latitude 38˚ 57´ 46˝,
longitude 33˚ 04´ 09˝. The artifacts are from the Late
Bronze Age (Fig.6: 1~4), and the Roman Period (Fig.6:
5~10)
05-03 Hocan›n P›nar›
Konya province, Kulu district, Beflkardefller village.
Investigated in 1998 (Omura 1999: pp.86~87, Fig.130)
(Omura 2000a: Fig.1). The site (Fig.7) is located in grid
M-29 (Figs.1~2), 1.8 km north of Beflkardefller village,
on the slope of a gentle hill. The site is currently used
for agricultural cultivation. A road passes through the
western side of the site and the western corner is shaved
by agricultural machinery. There is a spring on the
western skirt of the site. Dimensions: 83m east-west,
120m south-north, 2m high. Latitude 38˚ 58´ 47˝,
longitude 33˚ 03´ 44˝. The artifacts are from the Roman
Period (Fig.8: 1~10). It is believed to date a single
cultural period.
05-04 Karakuyu Yayla
Konya province, Kulu district, Beflkardefller village.
The site (Fig.9) is located in grid M-29 (Figs.1~2),
2.5 km east of Beflkardefller village, on the slope of
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a gentle hill, on the left corner of the road leading
to Tuzyaka from Beflkardefller. The site is currently
used for agricultural cultivation. There is a spring on
the southwestern corner of the site. Dimensions: 80m
east-west, 280m south-north. Latitude 38˚ 57´ 41˝,
longitude 33˚ 05´ 28˝. The artifacts are from the Early
Bronze Age (Fig.10: 1~2), Middle Bronze Age (Fig.10:
4~5), Late Bronze Age (Fig.10: 3, 6~7) and Iron Age
(Fig.10: 8~13).
05-05 Bahçehisar
Konya province, Kulu district, Bahçehisar village.
Investigated as Höyük-Bahçehisar in 1992 (Omura 1994:
p.316, Fig.6: 8, 11, 13~14) and Höyük-Afla¤› Balçasar in
2004 (Omura 2005: p.57, Figs.23~26). The site (Fig.11)
is located in grid L-29 (Figs.1~2), 7.7 km south of Kulu,
on the slope of a gentle hill, at the conjunction of two
valleys. The surrounding area of the site is currently
used for agricultural cultivation. There are new traces
of illegal digging activity on the eastern slope made
by civil engineering machinery (Fig.12~13). There is
a spring on the western side of the site. Dimensions:
126m east-west, 85m south-north, 13m high. Latitude
39˚ 01´ 09˝, longitude 33˚ 04´ 17˝. The artifacts are
from the Chalcolithic Period (Fig.14: 1), Early Bronze
Age (Fig.14: 2~7), Late Bronze Age (Fig. 14: 8~9), and
Roman Period (Figs.14: 10~12, 15: 1~11). One artifact
is an animal terracotta (Fig.16).
05-06 Çelebinin Çeflme
Konya province, Kulu district, Hotas Mevkii.
The site (Fig.17) is located in grid L-29 (Figs.1~2),
7.7 km south of Kulu, on a slope of the gentle hill, at
the conjunction of two valleys. The site is currently
used for agricultural cultivation. There is a spring on
the southeastern corner of the site. Dimensions: 150m
east-west, 170m south-north. Latitude 39˚ 01´ 10˝,
longitude 33˚ 05´ 48˝. The artifacts are from the Early
Bronze Age (Fig.18: 1~5), Late Bronze Age (Fig.18:
6~9) and Roman Period (Figs.18: 10~12, 19: 1~10, 20:
1).
05-07 Çorakl›k Mevkii
Konya province, Kulu district, Çorakl›k Mevkii.
The site (Fig.21) is located in grid L-29 (Figs.1~2),
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5.5 km north-northeast of Beflkardefller, on the slope
of a gentle hill. The flat site descends gently towards
the south. The site is currently used for agricultural
cultivation. Dimensions: 475m east-west, 275m
south-north. Latitude 39˚ 00´ 01˝, longitude 33˚ 06´ 31˝.
There is a stream on the northern side of the site. The
artifacts are from the Late Bronze Age (Fig.22: 1~5) and
the Roman Period (Fig.22: 6~10).
05-08 Tumulus 1-Çiftlik Mevkii
Konya province, Kulu district, Çiftlik Mevkii. The
site (Fig.89) is located in grid M-29 (Figs.1~2), 5 km
northeast of Beflkardefller, on the slope of a gentle hill.
It descends gently towards the east. The surrounding
area of the site is currently used for pasture. There is
evidence of illegal digging activity on the top of the site.
Dimensions: 17m east-west, 18m south-north, 1m high.
Latitude 38˚ 59´ 27˝, longitude 33˚ 06´ 35˝. No artifacts.
05-09 Tumulus 2-Çiftlik Mevkii
Konya province, Kulu district, Çiftlik Mevkii. The
site (Fig.90) is located in grid M-29 (Figs.1~2), 5 km
northeast of Beflkardefller, on the slope of a gentle hill.
It descends gently towards the east. The surrounding
area of the site is currently used for pasture. There is
evidence of illegal digging activity on the southern
slope of the site and there is a spring called the
Kör Çeflme between Tumulus 1 and Tumulus 2-Çiftlik
Mevkii. Dimensions: 21m east-west, 20m south-north,
1m high. Latitude 38˚ 59´ 19˝, longitude 33˚ 06´ 40˝. No
artifacts.
05-10 Çiftlik Mevkii
Konya province, Kulu district, Zincirli village.
Investigated as Çiftlik in 1998 (Omura 1999: p.85,
Figs.103~104 ). The site (Fig.23) is located in grid M-29
(Figs.1~2), 5 km northeast of Beflkardefller, on the slope
of a gentle hill, and in between Tumuls 1-Çiftlik Mevkii
and Tumulus 2-Çiftlik Mevkii. The site is currently
used for pasture. Dimensions: 200m east-west, 250m
south-north. Latitude 38˚ 59´ 20˝, longitude 33˚ 06´ 38˝.
The artifacts are from the Chalcolithic Period (Fig.24:
1), Middle Bronze Age (Fig.24: 2), Late Bronze Age
(Fig.24: 3), Iron Age (Fig.24: 4~5) and Roman Period
(Fig.24: 6~12).
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05-11 Körçeflme 1
Konya province, Kulu district, Zincirli village.
Investigated as Körçeflme in 1998 (Omura 1999: p.83,
Figs.65~66). The site (Fig.25) is located in grid M-29
(Figs.1~2), 4 km south of Beflkardefller, on the slope of a
gentle hill. The surrounding area of the site is currently
used for agricultural cultivation. There are new traces
of illegal digging activity on the top (Fig.26). There
are also some Islamic graves on the top. Some of the
marble stones used during construction are found near
the graves (Fig.27). Dimensions: 176m east-west, 156m
south-north, 6m high. Latitude 38˚ 57´ 56˝, longitude
33˚ 06´ 35˝. There is a spring on the southeastern corner
of the site. The artifacts are from the Chalcolithic
Period (Figs.28: 1~6, 29: 1~9, 30: 1), Early Bronze Age
(Figs.29: 10~12, 30: 3), Late Bronze Age (Fig.30: 2, 4),
and Roman Period (Fig.30: 5~13).
05-12 Körçeflme 2
Konya province, Kulu district, Zincirli village.
The site (Fig.31) is located in grid M-29 (Figs.1~2), 4
km south of Beflkardefller, in the southeastern side of
Körçeflme 1, on the slope of a gentle hill. The site is
currently used for pasture. Dimensions: 175m east-west,
200m south-north. Latitude 38˚ 57´ 48˝, longitude 33
˚ 06´ 44˝. The artifacts are from the Early Bronze Age
(Figs.32: 1~2), Middle Bronze Age (Fig.32: 3~4) and
Byzantine Period (Fig.32: 5~10).
05-13 G›re Yunak
Konya province, Kulu district, Zincirli village.
Investigated as G›re Yunak in 1998 (Omura 1999: p.82,
Figs.49~52). The site (Fig.33) is located in grid M-29
(Figs.1~2), 5 km southwest of Zincirlikuyu, in the
southeastern corner of Yunak and on the shore of a lake.
The surrounding area of the site is currently used for
agricultural cultivation. There are some traces of illegal
digging activity on the southwestern and northwestern
slopes. Some burned layers can be seen amongst the
traces of the illegal digging activity. Dimensions:
208m east-west, 258m south-north, 6m high. Latitude
38˚ 56´ 45˝, longitude 33˚ 10´ 05˝. The artifacts are
from the Chalcolithic Period (Figs.34: 1~9, 35: 1~6),
Early Bronze Age (Figs.35: 7~12), Middle Bronze Age
(Fig.36: 1~2) and Middle-Late Bronze Ages (Fig.36:
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3~10).
05-14 Tumulus-Zincirlikuyu
Konya province, Kulu district, Zincirli village. The
site (Fig.91) is located in grid M-29 (Figs.1~2), 0.5 km
south of Zincirlikuyu, on the top of a gentle hill. The site
and the surrounding area are currently used for pasture.
There is evidence of illegal digging activity at the top.
Dimensions: 17m east-west, 15m south-north, 1m high.
Latitude 38˚ 55´ 16˝, longitude 33˚ 07´ 35˝. No artifacts
were found at the site, but artifacts from the Roman
Period were found in the areas surrounding the tumulus.
05-15 Hatip Yaylas› 1
Konya province, Kulu district, Tuzyaka village.
Investigated as Hatip Yaylas› in 1998 (Omura 1999:
p.83, Figs.57~58). The site (Fig.37) is located in grid
M-29 (Figs.1~2), on the eastern corner of Tuzyaka, on
the edge of an alluvial fan. There are traces of illegal
digging activity, apparently taking the soil to use in
other places. There is a waterway running north to
south on the western side of the site. Dimensions: 142m
east-west, 166m south-north. Latitude 38˚ 57´ 11˝,
longitude 33˚ 13´ 50˝. The artifacts are from the Roman
Period (Fig.38: 1~13).
05-16 Hatip Yaylas› 2
Konya province, Kulu district, Tuzyaka village. The
site (Fig.39) is located in grid M-29 (Figs.1~2), on the
southeastern corner of Hatip Yaylas› 1, on the edge of an
alluvial fan. There is evidence of illegal digging activity
in the middle of the site, apparently for using the soil
of the site (Fig.39). Dimensions: 54m east-west, 51m
south-north. Latitude 38˚ 57´ 09˝, longitude 33˚ 14´ 03˝.
The artifacts are from the Roman Period (Fig.40: 1~12).
05-17 Mezarl›k-Hatip Yaylas›
Konya province, Kulu district, Tuzyaka village. The
site (Figs.41~44) is located in grid M-29 (Figs.1~2), on
the eastern corner of Tuzyaka, on the edge of an alluvial
fan. There are traces of illegal digging activity for using
the soil of the site. There is a waterway running north
to south on the western side of the site. Dimensions:
125m east-west, 225m south-north. Latitude
38˚ 57´ 09˝, longitude 33˚ 14´ 12˝. Marble stones used
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in construction were identified as used grave stones from
the Byzantine Period.
05-18 Hasret
Konya province, Kulu district, Tuzyaka village.
Investigated as Hatip Yaylas› in 1998 (Omura 1999:
pp.82~83, Figs.53~54). The site (Fig.92) is located in
grid M-29 (Figs.1~2), 3 km south of Tuzyaka, on the
shore of the lake. The surrounding area of the site is
currently used for agricultural cultivation. Dimensions:
87m east-west, 111m south-north, 6m high. Latitude 38˚
55´ 30˝, longitude 33˚ 12´ 24˝. No artifacts. It is believed
to be a tumulus belonging to the Roman Period.
05-19 Kuruhöyük
Konya province, Kulu district, Kozanl› village.
The site (Fig.45) is located in grid M-29 (Figs.1~2), 3
km northwest of Tuzyaka, on the right side of the road
leading from Fevziye to Tuzyaka, on the gentle slope
of a hill. The surrounding area of the site is currently
used for agricultural cultivation. There are traces of
illegal digging activity on the western slope and on the
top of the mound. Dimensions: 165m east-west, 170m
south-north, 10m high. Latitude 38˚ 58´ 45˝, longitude
33˚ 11´ 07˝. The artifacts are from the Middle Bronze
Age (Fig.46: 2), Late Bronze Age (Fig.46: 1, 3~7) and
Iron Age (Fig.46: 8~10).
05-20 Tafll› Tarla
Konya province, Kulu district, Tuzyaka village.
Investigated as Uso in 1998 (Omura 1998: p.83,
Fig.55~56). The site (Fig.47) is located in grid M-29
(Figs.1~2), 3 km northwest of Tuzyaka, on the edge
of the alluvium following the shore of the Salt Lake.
The site and the surrounding area of the site are
currently used for agricultural cultivation. Dimensions:
172m east-west, 179m south-north, 3m high. Latitude
38˚ 57´ 09˝, longitude 33˚ 11´ 53˝. The artifacts are from
the Middle Bronze Age (Fig.48: 7) and Late Bronze Age
(Fig.48: 1~6, 8~15).
05-21 Tumulus 1-Kozanl›
Konya province, Kulu district, Kozanl› village.
The site (Fig.93) is located in grid L-28 (Figs.1~2),
0.75 km west of Kozanl›, on the right-hand side of the
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road leading from Kozanl› to Yeflilova in the basin.
The surrounding area of the site is currently used for
agricultural cultivation. There are traces of illegal
digging activity on the top and at the eastern slope
of the tumulus. The cross-section of the tumulus can
be seen where the illegal digging was done (Fig.94).
Dimensions: 64m east-west, 78m south-north, 5m high.
Latitude 39˚ 03´ 33˝, longitude 32˚ 48´ 17˝. No artifacts.
05-22 Tumulus 2-Kozanl›
Konya province, Kulu district, Kozanl› village.
The site (Fig.95) is located in grid L-28 (Figs.1~2),
1.4 km west of Kozanl›, on the left side of the road
leading from Kozanl› to Yeflilova, at the Kozanl› basin.
The surrounding area of the site is currently used for
agricultural cultivation. There are traces of illegal
digging activity on the northern and eastern slopes of the
tumulus. Dimensions: 68m east-west, 30m south-north,
3m high. Latitude 39˚ 03´ 15˝, longitude 32˚ 47´ 56˝. No
artifacts.
05-23 Tumulus 3-Kozanl›
Konya province, Kulu district, Kozanl› village.
The site (Fig.96) is located in grid L-28 (Figs.1~2), 1.5
km west-southwest of Kozanl›, on the right side of the
road leading from Kozanl› to Yeflilova, at the Kozanl›
basin. The surrounding area of the site is currently used
for agricultural cultivation. There are traces of illegal
digging activity on the tumulus. Dimensions: 32m
east-west, 48m south-north, 2m high. Latitude 39˚ 03´
14˝, longitude 32˚ 47´ 47˝. No artifacts.
05-24 Höyük-Sar›yayla
Konya province, Kulu district, Sar›yayla village.
Investigated as Samsamhöyük in 1993 (Omura 1995a:
p.223, Fig.7: 4~7). The site (Fig.49) is located in grid
L-29 (Figs.1~2), 7.3 km northwest of Kozanl›, on the
shore of the Samsan Lake. There is a terrace on the
south of the site. The surrounding area of the site is
currently used for agricultural cultivation. There are new
traces of illegal digging activity on the northwestern
slope made by civil engineering machinery. Dimensions:
186m east-west, 296m south-north, 12m high. Latitude
39˚ 06´ 54˝, longitude 32˚ 45´ 44˝. The artifacts are from
the Chalcolithic Period (Fig.50: 1~6), Late Bronze Age
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(Fig.50: 7~9), Iron Age (Fig.50: 10) and Roman Period
(Fig.50: 11~12).
05-25 Tumulus 4-Kozanl›
Konya province, Kulu district, Kozanl› village.
The site (Fig.97) is located in grid L-28 (Figs.1~2), 3.5
km northwest of Kozanl›, on the left side of the road
leading from Kozanl› to Sar›yayla, on the gentle slope
of a hill. The surrounding area of the site is currently
used for pasture. There are traces of illegal digging
activity on the top and the western slope of the tumulus.
Dimensions: 76m east-west, 74m south-north, 7m high.
Latitude 39˚ 04´ 55˝, longitude 32˚ 47´ 00˝. No artifacts.
05-26 Tumulus 5-Kozanl›
Konya province, Kulu district, Kozanl› village.
The site (Fig.98) is located in grid L-28 (Figs.1~2), 3.5
km northwest of Kozanl›, on the left side of the road
leading from Kozanl› to Sar›yayla, on the gentle slope of
a hill. The surrounding area of the site is currently used
for pasture. There are traces of illegal digging activity
on the northern slope of the tumulus. Dimensions: 58m
east-west, 64m south-north, 5m high. Latitude 39˚ 04´
53˝, longitude 32˚ 47´ 02˝. No artifacts.
05-27 Tumulus 6-Kozanl›
Konya province, Kulu district, Kozanl› village.
The site (Fig.99) is located in grid L-28 (Figs.1~2), 3.5
km northwest of Kozanl›, on the left side of the road
leading from Kozanl› to Sar›yayla, on the gentle slope of
a hill. The surrounding area of the site is currently used
for pasture. There are traces of illegal digging activity
on the top and at the southern slope of the tumulus.
Dimensions: 50m east-west, 46m south-north, 3m high.
Latitude 39˚ 04´ 47˝, longitude 32˚ 47´ 03˝. No artifacts.
05-28 Tumulus 7-Kozanl›
Konya province, Kulu district, Kozanl› village. The
site (Fig.100) is located in grid L-28 (Figs.1~2), 3.5 km
northwest of Kozanl›, on the left side of the road leading
from Kozanl› to Sar›yayla, on the gentle slope of a hill.
The surrounding area of the site is currently used for
pasture. There are traces of illegal digging activity on
the top of the tumulus. Dimensions: 24m east-west, 24m
south-north, 1m high. Latitude 39˚ 04´ 54˝, longitude 32˚
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47´ 05˝. No artifacts.
05-29 Hac› Baddal›n Deflirmeni
Konya province, Kulu district, Yeflilköy village.
The site (Fig.51) is located in grid L-28 (Figs.1~2), 2 km
south of Yeflilköy, on the side of the road leading from
Sar›yayla to Yeflilköy, on the shore of the lake. The site
is in the shape of a twin mound. The surrounding area
of the site is currently used for agricultural cultivation.
There are some traces of illegal digging activity on the
southern part of the site by agricultural implements.
Dimensions: 80m east-west, 86m south-north, 1m high.
Latitude 39˚ 07´ 42˝, longitude 32˚ 45´ 18˝. The artifacts
are from the Chalcolithic Period (Fig.52: 1~8), Early
Bronze Age (Fig.52: 9) and Islamic Period (Fig.52:
10~11).
05-30 K›z›ltoprak
Ankara province, Haymana district,
Yeflilköy village. The site (Fig.53) is located in grid
L-28 (Figs.1~2), 1.3 km south of Yeflilköy, on the shore
of the lake, on the left-hand side of the road leading
from Sar›yayla to Yeflilköy. The site is currently used
for agricultural cultivation. Dimensions: 168m east-west,
120m south-north. Latitude 39˚ 08´ 04˝, longitude
32˚ 45´ 14˝. The artifacts are from the Iron Age (Fig.54:
1~11) and the Roman Period (Fig.54: 12~13).
05-31 Mezarl›k Üstü
Ankara province, Haymana district,
Yergömü village. The site (Fig.55) is located in grid
L-28 (Figs.1~2), in the south side of Yergömü village,
on the gentle slope of a hill. The site is currently used
for agricultural cultivation. Dimensions: 174m east-west,
142m south-north. Latitude 39˚ 09´ 41˝, longitude
32˚ 45´ 27˝. The artifacts are from the Roman Period
(Fig.56: 1~12), therefore it appears that there is only one
cultural period at the site.
05-32 Höyük-Yergömü
Ankara province, Haymana district,
Yergömü village. The site (Fig.57) is located in grid
L-28 (Figs.1~2), in the middle of Yergömü village, on
the gentle slope of a hill. There are some houses on
the mound. At the western side of the site is a stream.
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The northern part of the site is covered with swamps.
Dimensions: 119m east-west, 134m south-north, 4m
high. Latitude 39˚ 09´ 51˝, longitude 32˚ 45´ 18˝. The
artifacts are from the Chalcolithic Period (Fig.58: 1) and
the Roman Period (Fig.58: 2~7).
05-33 Bostan Höyük
Ankara province, Haymana district, Bostanhöyük
village. Investigated as Bostanhöyük in 1992 (Omura
1994: pp.319-320, Fig.10: 1~5). The site (Fig.59)
is located in grid L-28 (Figs.1~2), in the middle of
Bostanhöyük village, on the plain of a shallow valley.
There are some houses on the mound. Agricultural
implements shave the northern and eastern slopes of the
site. Dimensions: 169m east-west, 167m south-north, 9m
high. Latitude 39˚ 13´ 30˝, longitude 32˚ 44´ 53˝. The
artifacts are from the Early Bronze Age (Fig.60: 1), Iron
Age (Fig.60: 2~3) and Islamic Period (Fig.60: 4~8).
05-34 Höyük-Kutluhan
Ankara province, Haymana district, Kutluhan
village. Investigated as Kutluhan in 1992 (Omura
1994: p.320). The site (Fig.61) is located in grid L-27
(Figs.1~2), 2 km east of Kutluhan, on the gentle slope
of a hill. The surrounding area of the site is currently
used for agricultural cultivation. There are some traces
of illegal digging activity on the top and on the northern
slope of the site. Dimensions: 146m east-west, 147m
south-north, 10m high. Latitude 39˚ 12´ 33˝, longitude
32˚ 42´ 48˝. The artifacts are from the Early Bronze Age
(Fig.62: 1~4, 6), Middle Bronze Age (Fig.62: 5, 7~10)
and Late Bronze Age (Fig.62: 11~13).
05-35 S›vasa¤›l Mevkii
Ankara province, Haymana district, Kutluhan
village. Investigated as Kutluhan in 1992 (Omura
1994: p.320). The site (Fig.63) is located in grid L-27
(Figs.1~2), 2.3 km east of Kutluhan, on the gentle
slope of a hill. The site is currently used for agricultural
cultivation. There are many stones on the site.
Dimensions: 74m east-west, 104m south-north. Latitude
39˚ 12´ 34˝, longitude 32˚ 42´ 59˝. The artifacts are from
the Islamic Period (Fig.64: 1~6).
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05-36 Mezarl›k Yeflilköy
Ankara province, Haymana district, Yeflilköy
village. Investigated as Kutluhan in 1992 (Omura
1994: p.320). The site (Fig.65) is located in grid L-28
(Figs.1~2), 2 km south of Yergömü, on the gentle slope
of a hill following a stream. The surrounding area of
the site is currently used for agricultural cultivation.
There are some traces of illegal digging activity on the
top and on the northern slope of the site. Dimensions:
90m east-west, 124m south-north. Latitude 39˚ 08´ 47˝,
longitude 32˚ 45´ 18˝. The artifacts are from the Roman
Period (Fig.66: 1~12).
05-37 Mezarl›k-Tepesi
Ankara province, Haymana district,
Yeflilköy village. The site (Fig.67) is located in grid
L-28 (Figs.1~2), 0.5 km southeast of Yeflilköy, 2.3 km
south of Yergömü, beside a smoothly curved slope of a
hill followed by a patch of swamp. The public cemetery
of Yeflilköy covers the site. A section of a marble
column belonging to the Byzantine Period was used for
gravestones (Figs.68~69). The surrounding area of the
site is currently used for agricultural cultivation. There
are some traces of illegal digging activity on the top.
Dimensions: 78m east-west, 206m south-north, 4m high.
Latitude 39˚ 08´ 40˝, longitude 32˚ 45´ 36˝. The artifacts
are from the Byzantine Period (Fig.70: 1~2).
05-38 Mezarl›k-Balç›khisar
Ankara province, Haymana district, Balç›khisar
village. The site (Fig.71) is located in grid K-28
(Figs.1~2), in the eastern side of Balç›khisar. It forms a
double mound and is surrounded with a concrete wall.
The public cemetery of Balç›khisar covers the site. A
section of a marble column belonging to the Roman
Period was used for gravestones (Figs.72~73). There
are some traces of illegal digging activity on the top.
Dimensions: 198m east-west, 82m south-north. Latitude
39˚ 15´ 38˝, longitude 32˚ 45´ 43˝. The artifacts are from
the Early Bronze Age (Fig.74: 1~2), Late Bronze Age
(Fig.74: 3), and Roman Period (Fig.74: 4~10).
05-39 Höyük-Balç›khisar
Ankara province, Haymana district, Balç›khisar
village. Investigated as Balç›khisar I in 1992 (Omura
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1994: p.319, Fig.9: 8~12). The site (Fig.75) is located
in grid K-28 (Figs.1~2), on the gentle slope of a hill.
A mosque covers the top of the site. It is surrounded
with a concrete wall. Houses shave the edges of the
western and southern slopes of the site. Dimensions:
80m east-west, 100m south-north, 20m high. Latitude
39˚ 15´ 46˝, longitude 32˚ 45´ 39˝. The artifacts are from
the Chalcolithic Period (Fig.76: 1~4), Early Bronze Age
(Fig.76: 5~9), Middle Bronze Age (Fig.76: 10~11), Late
Bronze Age (Fig.76: 12~13) and Roman Period (Fig.76:
14).
05-40 P›narbafl› 1
Ankara province, Haymana district, P›narbafl›
village. Investigated as Balç›khisar II in 1992 (Omura
1994: p.319, Fig.9: 13~17). The site (Fig.77) is located
in grid K-28 (Figs.1~2), 1.5 km of Balç›khisar, at the
bottom of a shallow valley. There are some traces of
illegal digging activity at the western slope of the site.
Terraces were identified at the western and eastern edges
of the site. There are some traces of illegal digging
activity on the top. Dimensions: 162m east-west, 212m
south-north, 17m high. Latitude 39˚ 15´ 06˝, longitude
32˚ 45´ 22˝. The artifacts are from the Chalcolithic
Period (Fig.78: 1), Early Bronze Age (Fig.78: 2~3),
Middle Bronze Age (Fig.78: 4~7), Late Bronze Age
(Fig.78: 8~9), Iron Age (Fig.78: 10~12) and Roman
Period (Fig.78: 13~16).
05-41 Keltepe
Ankara province, Haymana district, Karacaören
village. Investigated as Keltepe in 1992 (Omura 1994:
pp.318~319, Fig.9: 1~4). The site (Fig.79) is located
in grid K-28 (Figs.1~2), on the hill near in the west
of Karacaören. The public cemetery of Karacaören
covers the eastern side of the site. There are many
stones, which look like a wall on the top the site. The
surrounding western and southern areas of the site are
currently used for agricultural cultivation. Dimensions:
168m east-west, 133m south-north, 19m high. Latitude
39˚ 21´ 40˝, longitude 32˚ 48´ 39˝. The artifacts are from
the Middle Bronze Age (Fig.80: 1~6), Late Bronze Age
(Fig.80: 7~9) and Iron Age (Fig.80: 10~12).
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05-42 Höyük-Durup›nar
Ankara province, Haymana district, P›narbafl›
village. Investigated as Höyük-Durup›nar in 1992
(Omura 1994: p.319, Fig.9: 13~17). The site (Fig.81)
is located in grid K-27 (Figs.1~2), 0.5 km northeast of
Durup›nar, on the gentle slope of a hill. The site and
its surrounding area are currently used for agricultural
cultivation. Dimensions: 160m east-west, 202m
south-north, 4m high. Latitude 39˚ 20´ 41˝, longitude
32˚ 44´ 38˝. The artifacts are from the Chalcolithic
Period (Fig.82: 1~5), Middle Bronze Age (Fig.82: 6~12)
and Late Bronze Age (Fig.82: 13~15).
05-43 P›narbafl› 2
Ankara province, Haymana district,
P›narbafl› village. The site (Fig.83) is located in grid
K-28 (Figs.1~2), 0.5 km southwest of Balç›khisar, on
the gentle slope of a hill. The site is currently used for
agricultural cultivation. A swamp covers the eastern
area of the site. Dimensions: 198m east-west, 170m
south-north, 2m high. Latitude 39˚ 15´ 19˝, longitude
32˚ 45´ 11˝. The artifacts are from the Roman Period
(Fig.84: 1~6).
05-44 Höyük Tepesi
Ankara province, Haymana district, Çal›fl village.
Investigated as Höyük-Çal›fl in 1993 (Omura 1995a:
p.227, Fig.9: 14~16). The site (Fig.85) is located in grid
K-27 (Figs.1~2), 1.5 km east of Çal›fl village on the
gentle slope of a hill. There are some traces of illegal
digging activity on the site. The site is currently used for
agricultural cultivation. Dimensions: 211m east-west,
230m south-north, 10m high. Latitude 39˚ 22´ 06˝,
longitude 32˚ 43´ 35˝. The artifacts are from the Early
Bronze Age (Fig.86: 1~2), Middle Bronze Age (Fig.86:
3~7) and Late Bronze Age (Fig.86: 8~13).
05-45 Tumulus-Karacaören
Ankara province, Haymana district, Karacaören
village. The site (Fig.101) is located in grid K-28
(Figs.1~2), 2 km southwest of Karacaören, on the
top of a hill. It descends gently towards the east.
The surrounding area of the site is currently used for
agricultural cultivation. There are traces of illegal
digging activity on the top and on the northeastern slope
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of the site. Dimensions: 25m east-west, 45m south-north,
3m high. Latitude 39˚ 21´ 07˝, longitude 32˚ 47´ 31˝. No
artifacts.
05-46 A¤ada¤› Mevkii
Ankara province, Bala district, Alt›nçanak village.
Investigated as Zindantepe in 1992 (Omura 1994:
pp.320~321). The site (Fig.87) is located in grid K-28
(Figs.1~2), 4.5 km north of Alt›nçanak village, on the
gentle slope of a hill. There are some traces of illegal
digging activity on the top of the site. The surrounding
area of the site is currently used for agricultural
cultivation. Dimensions: 86m east-west, 103m
south-north, 7m high. Latitude 39˚ 18´ 17˝, longitude
32˚ 55´ 45˝. The artifacts are from the Chalcolithic
Period (Fig.88: 1~4), Middle Bronze Age (Fig.88: 6~9),
Late Bronze Age (Fig.88: 5) and Iron Age (Fig.88:
10~13).
4 RESULTS OF THE 2005 GENERAL
SURVEY AND COMPARISON WITH
KAMAN-KALEHÖYÜK
Forty-six sites were surveyed in Konya and Ankara
provinces in 2005. Some of the sites had been surveyed
in 1992, 1993 and 1998. The reason for re-examining
these sites was to monitor their condition as compared
to previous years. For instance, although Bahçehisar
(05-05) was surveyed in 1992 and 2004, reinvestigation
in 2005 identified new illegal digging activity at the site.
In the general survey of 2005, the sites surveyed
had four different shapes: a) mound, 18 sites, b) flat,
16 sites, c) tumulus, 11 sites, and d) cemetery, 1 site.
Nineteen sites had been surveyed in 1992, 1993, and
1998, and 27 sites were newly surveyed in 2005.
The artifacts collected from the sites were mostly
earthenware shards from the Chalcolithic Period to the
Ottoman Period. No artifacts were found at tumulus
sites. On the mound sites, the artifacts date mainly from
the Chalcolithic Period to the Iron Age. On the flat sites,
the artifacts date mainly from the Roman Period through
the Ottoman Period, with some exceptions. At the flat
sites, it is common to find that artifacts are mainly from
a single cultural period or two cultural periods. This
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tendency has been found during almost all the general
surveys conducted by this team in Central Anatolia from
1986 through 2004.
No mounds belonging to the Neolithic Period
were found in 2005. From 1986 to 2004, the Neolithic
sites were identified mainly in the eastern, western and
southern areas of Tuz Gölü, the Salt Lake. This indicates
that there was no Neolithic cultural sphere in the
northwestern area of the Salt Lake.
Sites from the Chalcolithic Period were
identified in Bahçehisar (05-05), Çiftlik Mevkii
(05-10), Körçeflme 1 (05-11), G›re Yunak (05-13),
Höyük-Sar›yayla (05-24), Hac› Baddal›n Deflirmeni
(05-29), Höyük-Yergömü (05-32), Höyük-Kutluhan
(05-34), Höyük-Balç›khisar (05-39), P›narbafl› 1 (05-40),
Höyük-Durup›nar (05-42) and A¤ada¤› Mevkii (05-46).
Large amounts of pottery were collected at Körçeflme 1
(05-11), G›re Yunak (05-13), Höyük-Sar›yayla (05-24),
Hac› Baddal›n Deflirmeni (05-29) and Höyük-Kutluhan
(05-34). Incised earthenware shards of the type
identified in the northern area of the Salt Lake in the
2002 and 2003 general surveys were not found. Most of
the Chalcolithic Period sherds from the 2005 survey are
highly polished with a smooth outer surface. The paste
is rather coarse, containing stone particles and traces
of plant temper. The most distinguishing characteristic
of the earthenware shards of the Chalcolithic Period
collected in the general survey is that the rims of the
earthenware shards become thinner towards the top.
The rim profiles are very similar to those from the
Chalcolithic site of Aliflar Hüyük. Previous surveys
in the southern area of the Salt Lake found very small
numbers of this kind earthenware. This seems to indicate
that the cultural sphere of this kind of earthenware was
in the areas surrounded by the K›z›l›rmak river, but no
further to the south. The 2005 survey area seems to be
included in the cultural sphere of Aliflar Hüyük in the
Chalcolithic Period.
Earthenware shards of the Early Bronze
Age were collected at Karakuyu Yayla (05-04),
Bahçehisar (05-05), Çelebinin Çeflme (05-06),
Körçeflme 1 (05-11), 2 (05-12), G›re Yunak (05-13),
Höyük-Kutluhan (05-34), Mezarl›k-Balç›khisar (05-38),
Höyük-Balç›khisar (05-39), P›narbafl› 1 (05-40),
Höyük Tepesi (05-44) and A¤ada¤› Mevkii (05-46). In
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particular, many were gathered at Bahçehisar (05-05),
Çelebinin Çeflme (05-06), G›re Yunak (05-13) and
Höyük-Balç›khisar (05-39). However, the typical
painted earthenwares dating to the second half of the
third millennium B.C. – Aliflar III, Çiradere, Delice
and Intermidiate – were not found in the 2005 survey
area. They were identified in past surveys mainly in the
area surrounded by (east of) the K›z›l›rmak, especially
the area from Bö¤azköy to Kültepe. Based on the
distribution of the painted earthenware of the second
half of the third millennium B.C., the K›z›l›rmak River
divides the two cultural spheres to its north and south.
The earthenwares of the Early Bronze Age collected
in 2005 are very similar to those from Stratum IVa
at Kaman-Kalehöyük. In particular, the pan shape
earthenware shards unearthed in Stratum IVa of
Kaman-Kalehöyük were collected at Bahçehisar (05-05),
Çelebibin Çeflme (05-06), G›re Yunak (05-13) and
Körçeflme 1 (05-11). This shape of earthenware was also
found in the Chalcolithic Period of Aliflar Hüyük. There
is a high possibility that this type Early Bronze Age
earthenware had its origins in the Chalcolithic Period.
Earthenwares of the Middle Bronze Age
were colleted at Karakuyu Yayla (05-04),
Çiftlik Mevkii (05-10), Körçeflme 2 (05-12), G›re
Yunak (05-13), Kuruhöyük (05-19), Tafll› Tarla (05-20),
Höyük-Kutluhan (05-34), Höyük-Balç›khisar (05-39),
P›narbafl› 1 (05-40), Keltepe (05-41), Höyük-Durup›nar
(05-42), Höyük Tepesi (05-44), and A¤ada¤› Mevkii
(05-46). The distinguishing characteristic of the Middle
Bronze Age earthenware shards collected in the 2005
general survey is that some have a highly polished
brown-red exterior. Similar earthenwares are identified
in Stratum II and Ib of Kültepe-Karum and Stratum
IIIc of Kaman-Kalehöyük. These highly polished
earthenwares were identified at Karakuyu Yayla
(05-04), G›re Yunak (05-13), Höyük-Kutluhan (05-34)
and A¤ada¤› Mevkii (05-46). However, the peculiarly
painted earthenwares also found in Stratum II and Ib of
Kültepe-Karum were not found. In previous surveys,
these painted earthenware shards have been found
only in the area between Bo¤azköy and Kültepe. Many
examples have been found only in Kültepe. Even
though similar painted earthenwares were identified at
Bo¤azköy, Aliflar Hüyük and Kaman-Kalehöyük, they
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were small in number. This means that the painted
earthenwares from Stratum II and Ib of Kültepe-Karum
are unique in Kültepe. There is a high possibility that
they were produced in Kültepe-Karum. As in previous
surveys, the earthenware shards of the Middle Bronze
Age were gathered mostly on mounds, not flat sites.
Earthenware shards of the Late Bronze
Age were collected at Yayla Çeflme (05-02),
KarakuyuYayla (05-04), Bahçehisar (05-05), Çelebinin
Çeflme (05-06), Çorakl›k Mevkii (05-07), Çiftlik Mevkii
(05-10), Kuruhöyük (05-19), Tafll› Tarla (05-20),
Höyük-Sar›yayla (05-24), Höyük-Kutluhan (05-34),
Mezarl›k-Balç›khisar (05-38), Höyük-Balç›khisar
(05-39), P›narbafl› 1 (05-40), Keltepe (05-41),
Höyük-Durup›nar (05-42), Höyük Tepesi (05-44) and
A¤ada¤› Mevkii (05-46). Many earthenware shards of
the Late Bronze Age were gathered at Yayla Çeflme
(05-02), Karakuyu Yayla (05-04), Çelebinin Çeflme
(05-06), Çorakl›k Mevkii (05-07), Kuruhöyük (05-19)
and particularly at Tafll› Tarla (05-20). At Tafll› Tarla
(05-20) mound, most of the sherds collected belong
to the Late Bronze Age. This site had been surveyed
in 1998 with similar results. Late Bronze Age shards
were collected on the mounds of Kürühöyük (05-19),
Keltepe (05-41) and A¤ada¤› Mevkii (05-46), but in
small numbers. A large number of the sites from which
Late Bronze Age shards were collected in 2005 were
flat sites and low mounds situated on the gentle slopes
of hills. This pattern may be a key to understanding the
settlements of the Hittite Empire Period.
Earthenware shards from the Iron Age were
identified at Kuruhöyük (05-19), Höyük-Sar›yayla
(05-24), K›z›ltoprak (05-30), P›narbafl› 1 (05-40),
Keltepe (05-41) and A¤ada¤› Mevkii (05-46). However,
they were present in small quantities. Iron Age
painted earthenwares were not found in the 2005 or
2004 surveys, especially the painted earthenware
typical of Stratum IIc and IId of Kaman-Kalehöyük.
Gray ware, one of the characteristic earthenwares
of the Iron Age, was identified at Karakuyu Yayla
(05-04) and Çiftlik Mevkii (05-10). They have been
found in Kaman-Kalehöyük Stratum IIb and IIc, and
during previous surveys in large numbers in the area
surrounded by the K›z›l›rmak River.
From 1986 through 2004, the area south of the
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K›z›l›rmak River was surveyed. In particular, Aksaray,
Konya and Ni¤de provinces were researched in
1995~1999. Based on the results of the general survey
in these provinces, the distribution area of the gray
ware is the area between Gordion and Kayseri as its
core, extending a little to the south. It is possible that
K›z›ltoprak is in the same cultural sphere.
Earthenware shards of the post-Iron Age
were collected at Demirçeflme (05-01), Yayla
Çeçme (05-02), Hocan›n P›nar› (05-03), Çelebinin
Çeflme (05-06), Çorakl›k Mevkii (05-07), Çiftlik
Mevkii (05-10), Körçeflme 1 (05-11), 2 (05-12), Hatip
Yaylas› 1 (05-15), 2 (05-16), Höyük-Sar›yayla
(05-24), Hac› Baddal›n Deflirmeni (05-29),
K›z›ltoprak (05-30), Mezarl›k Üstü (05-31),
Höyük-Yergömü (05-32), Bostan Höyük (05-33),
S›vasa¤›l Mevkii (05-35), Mezarl›k-Yeflilköy (05-36),
Mezarl›k Tepesi (05-37), Mezarl›k-Balç›khisar (05-38),
Höyük-Balç›khisar (05-39) and P›narbafl› 1 (05-40), 2
(05-43). These sites can be categorized into two types,
mound and flat. Most of the post-Iron Age shards,
especially from the Roman Period, were found on flat
sites. This indicates that the settlement changed from
mounds to flat sites in the Roman Period in Central
Anatolia.
During the general survey, 12 tumuli were
identified. There was evidence of illegal digging activity
on the tumuli. However, no artifacts could be found.
Near these tumuli, settlements of the Roman Period were
identified, indicating that the tumuli may date to the
Roman Period.
5 CONCLUSION
The general survey of 2005 in Kulu, Bala and
Haymana districts in Konya and Ankara provinces
explored 46 sites, but the survey of all the sites in the
southern areas of Ankara province and in the western
areas of Konya province could not be completed. Based
on the artifacts found, it is clear that the sites in the
survey area date from the Chalcolithic Period through
the Ottoman Period. Evidence for the culture of the Iron
Age, especially of the first half of the first millennium
B.C., is very weak. Earthenware corresponding to that
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unearthed from Kaman- Kalehöyük Stratum IIc and IId,
the culture of the first half of the first millennium B.C.,
was not found. Settlements of the Roman and Byzantine
Periods were identified on flat sites. Namely the area
surveyed in 2005 seemed to be used as the settlement
place in the Roman and Byzantine Periods after the
Iron Age, the fourth quarter of the first millennium B.C.
This means that the mounds were used as the settlement
place before that. This tendency was also seen during the
survey of 2004.
The most interesting aspect of this survey was
in relation to the Late Bronze Age. In contrast to the
substantial number of mounds from which Middle
Bronze Age artifacts have been found, there are few
sites that have revealed Late Bronze Age artifacts
(corresponding to Stratum IIIa at Kaman-Kalehöyük).
In 2005, Tafll› Tarla (investigated as Uso in 1998) was
surveyed, and many earthenware shards of the Late
Bronze Age were collected there. A few earthenware
shards of the Roman Period were also found. This
tendency was seen at Datçabelen in 1994, and Kültü in
1998. All the sites at which Late Bronze Age materials
have been found during the surveys are rather flat sites
or very low mounds on the gentle slope of the hill.
According to the date of the artifacts collected on these
sites, these settlements were started in the second half of
the second millennium B.C. This might suggest that they
were used for a limited time in the Late Bronze Age.
This is likely to become a key point in identifying the
settlements of the Late Bronze Age.
In the general survey of 2006, the south central area
of Ankara province will be investigated.
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1998a“An Archaeological Survey of Central Anatolia
74
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S. OMURA
(1995),” BMECCJ X, pp. 78-131.
1998b“A Preliminary Report on the Archaeological
Survey in Central Anatolia (1997),” AAS VII,
pp. 85-128 (in Japanese).
1998c“1996 Y›l› ‹ç Anadolu’da Yürütülen Yüzey
Araflt›rmalar›,” XV AST, pp. 41-50.
1999 “A Preliminary Report on the Archaeological
Survey in Central Anatolia (1998),” AAS VIII,
pp. 79-144 (in Japanese).
2000a“1998 Y›l› ‹ç Anadolu’da Yürütülen Yüzey
Araflt›rmalar›,” XVII AST-2, pp. 25-29.
2000b“Preliminary Report of the General Survey in
Central Anatolia (1999),” AAS IX, pp.40-96.
2001a“1999 Y›l› ‹ç Anadolu’da Yürütülen Yüzey
Araflt›rmalar›,” XVIII AST-2, pp. 83-88.
2001b“Preliminary Report of the General Survey in
Central Anatolia (2000),” AAS X, pp.37-86.
2002a“2000 Y›l› Orta Anadolu’da Yürütülen
Yüzey Araflt›rmalar›,” XIX AST-2, pp. 303-307.
2002b“Preliminary Report of the General Survey in
Central Anatolia (2001),” AAS XI, pp.45-112.
2003a“2001 Y›l› ‹ç Anadolu’da Yürütülen Yüzey
Araflt›rmalar›,” XX AST-2, pp. 271-274.
2003b“Preliminary Report of the General Survey in
Central Anatolia (2002),” AAS XII, pp.37-88.
2004 “Preliminary Report of the General Survey in
Central Anatolia (2003),” AAS XIII, pp.37-86.
2005 “Preliminary Report of the 2004 General
Survey in Central Anatolia,” A A S XIV,
pp.55-96.
Sachihiro Omura
The Japanese Institute of Anatolian Archaeology of
the Middle Eastern Culture Center in Japan
3-10-31 Osawa, Mitaka, Tokyo 181-0015
Japan
[email protected]
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8
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4
9
2
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6
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3
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3
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6
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5
2
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Colors
Site No
AAS XV
S. OMURA
NAME
01 Demir çeflme
02 Yayla Çeflme
03 Hocan›n P›nar›
04 Karakuyu Yayla
05 Bahçehisar
Photo No. Find No
Outside
Inside
Section
Particles in the paste
Hardness Manufacturing technigue
Amount
Fineness
Note
little
medium
plant tempered limestone tempered 3<
Hand made
much
medium
limestone tempered
3<
Wheel made
little
medium
3<
Wheel made
little
fine
3<
Wheel made
N6/0
little
fine
3<
Wheel made
5YR7/3
5YR7/3
much
fine
3<
Wheel made
10R6/6
5YR6/4
little
medium
3<
Wheel made
Green glazed Green glazed 2,5YR6/4
much
fine
3<
Wheel made
N4/0
little
coarse
3<
Wheel made
5YR6/1
2,5YR6/4
much
medium
3<
Wheel made
5YR6/4
2,5YR6/6
little
fine
3<
Wheel made
7,5YR7/4
N6/0
little
medium
3<
Wheel made
5YR6/4
10YR6/1
little
coarse
3<
Wheel made
5YR7/4
2,5YR7/4
little
fine
3<
Wheel made
5YR7/4
Wheel made
01
05-02
2,5YR6/6
02
05-01
5YR7/4
03
05-09
5YR7/4
04
05-10
2,5YR5/6
10R5/6
2,5YR6/6
05
05-06
10R5/4
10R5/4
06
05-08
5YR6/3
07
05-11
10R6/6
08
05-12
01
05-17
5YR6/3
02
05-26
2,5YR6/4
03
05-09
5YR6/4
04
05-04
5YR7/4
05
05-07
2,5YR6/6
06
05-03
10YR8/3
07
05-08
5YR7/4
08
05-12
7,5YR7/2
09
05-14
5YR7/3
Painting
2,5YR6/6 2,5YR6/4
5YR7/4
N5/0
2,5YR6/6 2,5YR6/6
7,5YR6/4
secondary
2,5YR6/4
little
medium
3<
2,5YR6/6 2,5YR6/6
much
medium
3<
Wheel made
7,5YR7/4
5YR7/4
little
fine
3<
Wheel made
Wheel made
10
05-05
5YR6/6
5YR6/6
5YR6/4
much
medium
3<
01
05-03
2,5YR6/4
2,5YR6/4
5YR7/4
little
medium
3<
Wheel made
02
05-04
5YR7/3
5YR7/3
5YR5/4
little
medium
sliped
3<
Wheel made
03
05-19
10YR8/3
10YR8/3 2,5YR6/6
much
coarse
3<
Wheel made
04
05-01
7,5YR7/3
5YR5/2
little
fine
sliped
3<
Wheel made
05
05-07
2,5Y7/2
06
05-05
5YR7/3
07
05-06
10R5/4
10R5/6
08
05-09
5YR8/4
09
05-11
10
05-15
01
05-02
02
05-09
03
05-11
04
05
2,5Y7/2
slip 5YR5/2
2,5YR6/4 slip 5YR5/2
5YR5/4
little
fine
3<
Wheel made
much
medium
3<
Wheel made
2,5YR6/4
little
fine
3<
Wheel made
5YR7/4
5YR6/6
little
fine
gold mica
3<
Wheel made
2,5YR6/6
2,5YR5/8
5YR6/6
much
fine
3<
Wheel made
2,5YR6/6
2,5YR6/6 7,5YR7/4 slip 7,5YR4/1
little
fine
sliped
3<
Wheel made
10R5/4
2,5YR6/4 2,5YR5/6
little
much coarse
3<
Hand made
2,5YR6/6
7,5YR6/4 2,5YR5/6
little
medium
3<
Hand made
7,5YR6/3
7,5YR6/4
5YR4/3
much
medium
3<
Wheel made
05-22
10R5/6
10R5/6
2,5YR5/6
little
medium
05-23
10R5/6
10R5/6
2,5YR5/6
little
fine
06
05-12
2,5YR6/6
much
coarse
07
05-08
5YR5/2
5YR5/2
7,5YR3/1
much
medium
08
05-06
10YR6/2
7,5YR6/1
5YR5/2
little
09
05-13
2,5YR6/6
2,5YR6/6
5YR6/6
little
10
05-16
10R5/6
5YR7/4
5YR6/6
11
05-21
2,5Y7/2
10YR7/3 10YR6/3
12
05-18
N6/0
N4/0
13
05-05
7,5YR6/4
7,5YR6/4
1-01
05-10
10R5/6
5YR6/4
7,5YR6/4
little
1-02
05-33
2,5YR5/6
2,5YR5/6
5YR6/6
much
medium
plant tempered
3<
Hand made
1-03
05-13
5YR6/4
7,5YR6/3
N2/0
little
medium
plant tempered sliped
3<
Hand made
1-04
05-16
5YR6/4
7,5YR6/4
N4/0
little
3<
Hand made
1-05
05-27
10R6/8
10R6/8
5YR6/6
little
medium
plant tempered
3<
Hand made
1-06
05-37
5YR5/2
5YR6/2
7,5YR6/3
much
coarse
plant tempered
3<
Hand made
1-07
05-12
10R5/8
10R5/8
5YR6/6
little
fine
plant tempered
3<
Hand made
1-08
05-52
2,5YR5/4
little
medium
limestone tempered
3<
Wheel made
1-09
05-04
2,5YR5/6
5YR6/4
5YR5/6
little
medium
3<
Wheel made
1-10
05-31
5Y7/2
5YR3/1
5YR6/6
slip 5YR4/2
little
fine
sliped
3<
Wheel made
1-11
05-28
7,5YR7/4
5YR3/1
5YR7/4
slip 5YR3/1
little
fine
sliped
3<
Wheel made
1-12
05-11
7,5YR7/3
2,5YR6/4
5YR6/6
little
medium
3<
Wheel made
2-01
05-09
5YR6/4
2,5YR6/4
2,5Y6/1
little
medium
3<
Wheel made
2-02
05-17
5Y5/1
5Y5/1
7,5YR4/1
little
medium
3<
Wheel made
2-03
05-24
7,5YR7/4
5YR7/4
slip 7,5R4/6
little
medium
sliped
3<
Wheel made
2-04
05-34
10R5/6
10R5/6
2,5YR6/6 slip 5YR4/1
little
medium
sliped
3<
Wheel made
2-05
05-32
5YR6/3
5YR6/4
little
medium
plant tempered
3<
Hand made
2-06
05-35
10R5/4
7,5YR7/3
5YR7/4 slip 2,5YR5/3
little
fine
sliped
3<
Wheel made
2-07
05-25
7,5YR7/3
2,5YR6/6
5YR6/6
little
fine
sliped
3<
Wheel made
2-08
05-41
2,5YR5/6
2,5YR5/6
5YR6/6
much
fine
3<
Wheel made
2,5YR6/3 2,5YR6/6
2,5YR6/6 2,5YR5/6
plant tempered
3<
Hand made
3<
Wheel made
3<
Wheel made
3<
Wheel made
medium
3<
Wheel made
medium
3<
Wheel made
little
coarse
3<
Wheel made
little
fine
3<
Wheel made
N4/0
little
medium
3<
Wheel made
5YR6/6
much
medium
3<
Wheel made
3<
Hand made
slip 10R5/6
10YR4/1 7,5YR6/3
5YR6/6
N4/0
slip 10R4/2
secondary
much coarse plant tempered
much coarse plant tempered
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NAME
06 Çelebinin Çeflme
07 Çorakl›k Mevkii
10 Çiftlik Mevkii
11 Körçeflme-1
Photo No. Find No
Outside
Inside
Section
Particles in the paste
Painting
10YR8/3 10YR6/2
Hardness Manufacturing technigue
Amount
Fineness
little
medium
3<
Wheel made
little
fine
3<
Wheel made
3<
Wheel made
3<
Hand made
Note
2-09
05-07
2,5Y8/3
2-10
05-26
10YR6/2
N3/0
2-11
05-39
5YR8/4
2,5YR5/8
much
fine
3-01
05-01
10YR6/1
10YR6/1
N4/0
little
fine
1-01
05-18
7,5YR6/6
7,5YR6/6
N3/0
little
medium
3<
1-02
05-15
7,5YR7/4
2,5YR6/4
N4/0
little
medium
1-03
05-14
7,5YR6/3
7,5YR6/3 7,5YR6/3
little
1-04
05-21
7,5YR6/4
7,5YR6/4
N3/0
little
medium
1-05
05-37
7,5YR5/4
10R5/6
2,5YR3/1
little
medium
3<
Hand made
1-06
05-07
5YR6/3
7,5YR7/4
5YR6/6
little
medium
3<
Wheel made
1-07
05-29
2,5YR6/8
7,5YR7/3
5YR6/6
little
medium
3<
Wheel made
1-08
05-25
5YR7/3
5YR7/4
5YR7/4
little
fine
3<
Wheel made
N3/0
5YR6/6 slip 2,5YR5/8
sliped
Hand made
plant tempered
3<
Hand made
much coarse plant tempered
3<
Hand made
3<
Hand made
plant tempered
1-09
05-24
10R5/4
2,5YR6/4 2,5YR5/6
little
medium
3<
Wheel made
1-10
05-08
2,5YR5/4
2,5YR5/4 7,5YR5/3
little
fine
3<
Wheel made
1-11
05-19
5YR6/4
2,5YR6/6
5YR6/6
little
fine
3<
Wheel made
1-12
05-03
2,5YR6/6
10R5/6
5YR5/6
little
medium
3<
Wheel made
2-01
05-40
10R5/6
10R4/3
10R5/8
much
fine
3<
Wheel made
3-01
05-13
7,5YR6/3
little
medium
3<
Wheel made
3-02
05-26
5YR6/2
5YR6/3
7,5YR6/4
little
medium
3<
Wheel made
3-03
05-38
2,5Y5/1
2,5Y5/1
5YR4/2
little
medium
3<
Wheel made
3-04
05-22
10R5/6
10R5/6
10R5/6
little
medium
3<
Wheel made
3-05
05-23
10R5/6
10R5/6
5YR5/6
little
medium
3<
Wheel made
3-06
05-31
5YR6/4
10R5/6
2,5YR6/6
little
fine
3<
Wheel made
3-07
05-34
10R5/4
7,5YR5/1
5YR5/4
little
medium
3<
Wheel made
3-08
05-17
10YR5/1
5YR6/4
5YR5/6
little
medium
3<
Wheel made
2,5YR5/4 2,5YR6/4
slip 10YR5/1
incised
sliped
3-09
05-02
5YR7/4
5YR7/4
7,5YR7/4
little
fine
3<
Wheel made
3-10
05-05
5YR8/3
5YR6/4
5YR6/6
little
fine
3<
Wheel made
01
05-22
5YR6/4
5YR7/4
5YR6/4
much
fine
3<
Wheel made
02
05-08
10YR6/3
7,5YR6/4 7,5YR5/1
little
medium
3<
Wheel made
03
05-03
10R5/4
2,5YR5/4 2,5YR5/6
little
medium
3<
Wheel made
04
05-19
10YR7/3
2,5YR6/6
little
medium
3<
Wheel made
05
05-16
7,5YR6/4
7,5YR7/3 7,5YR6/4
little
medium
3<
Wheel made
06
05-09
2,5YR6/4
10YR7/3 7,5YR7/4
little
coarse
3<
Wheel made
07
05-07
5YR7/3
5YR7/3
2,5YR6/6
little
medium
3<
Wheel made
08
05-06
10YR8/3
7,5YR7/3 2,5YR6/6
little
medium
3<
Wheel made
09
05-11
7,5YR7/4
little
fine
3<
Wheel made
10
05-14
10YR6/3
10YR6/2 7,5YR5/3
little
fine
3<
Wheel made
01
05-15
7,5YR6/4
10YR4/1
N3/0
little
medium
02
05-26
10R5/6
10R6/8
10YR7/3
little
fine
03
05-09
5YR6/4
5YR6/4
5YR5/6
little
coarse
3<
Wheel made
04
05-18
5Y5/1
5YR2/1
5YR4/1
little
coarse
3<
Wheel made
05
05-06
7,5YR6/3
2,5YR3/1 7,5YR5/6 slip 2,5YR3/1
little
medium
sliped
3<
Wheel made
06
05-16
2,5Y8/3
7,5YR6/4 7,5YR7/6 N3/0 7,5R3/6 slip7,5R3/6
little
medium
sliped
3<
Wheel made
07
05-14
7,5YR6/3
7,5YR5/2
little
medium
sliped
3<
Wheel made
08
05-08
2,5YR5/4
2,5YR5/3 2,5YR5/4
3<
Wheel made
09
05-13
2,5YR5/3
sliped
3<
Wheel made
10
05-20
2,5YR5/4
Wheel made
11
05-11
10R5/6
10R5/6
12
05-05
5YR8/4
2,5YR6/4
1-01
05-02
5YR6/4
7,5YR5/2
1-02
05-05
5YR5/2
7,5YR6/3 7,5YR4/3
1-03
05-07
5YR5/2
7,5YR4/2
5YR3/2
little
1-04
05-08
5YR5/2
5YR5/3
2,5YR3/1
little
medium
plant tempered
3<
Hand made
1-05
05-20
7,5YR6/4
7,5YR6/4
N2/0
little
medium
Plant tempered gold mica
3<
Hand made
1-06
05-09
2,5YR6/4
5YR6/4
5YR4/1
much
medium
plant tempered
3<
Hand made
2-01
05-12
7,5YR5/3
7,5YR6/3 7,5YR4/2
little
medium
secondary
3<
Hand made
2-02
05-27
7,5YR5/3
7,5YR5/3
5YR3/2
little
medium
secondary
3<
Hand made
2-03
05-35
N2/0
N2/0
N2/0
little
medium
3<
Hand made
2-04
05-28
10R5/8
10R5/8
7,5YR6/4
little
medium
3<
Hand made
2-05
05-46
10R6/8
10R5/4
10R6/8
little
fine
plant tempered
3<
Hand made
2-06
05-63
5YR6/4
little
medium
secondary
3<
Hand made
5YR7/4
10R5/8
2,5Y8/3
5YR6/6
5YR6/4 slip 2,5YR5/4
5YR5/4
slip 2,5Y5/3
2,5YR6/4 2,5YR5/6
little
fine
little
fine
Plant tempered
3<
Hand made
3<
Wheel made
little
medium
3<
10R5/6
little
medium
3<
Wheel made
5YR6/4 slip 2,5YR6/4
little
medium
sliped
3<
Wheel made
little
medium
secondary
3<
Hand made
little
medium
plant tempered
3<
Hand made
3<
Hand made
N2/0
7,5YR5/3 7,5YR6/4
much coarse plant tempered secondary
98
Colors
Site No
AAS XV
S. OMURA
NAME
12 Körçeflme-2
13 G›re Yunak
Photo No. Find No
Inside
Section
Particles in the paste
Painting
Hardness Manufacturing technigue
Amount
Fineness
Note
little
medium
plant tempered
3<
7,5YR7/4
little
medium
plant tempered
3<
Hand made
2,5YR6/6 2,5YR3/1
little
medium
secondary
3<
Hand made
much
medium
plant tempered
3<
Hand made
little
much coarse
3<
Hand made
5YR4/3
much
coarse
3<
Hand made
2,5YR6/6 10YR4/1
little
much coarse
3<
Hand made
medium
3<
Wheel made
medium
3<
Hand made
3<
Wheel made
3<
Wheel made
2-07
05-14
2,5YR5/6
2-08
05-29
10R5/8
2-09
05-44
7,5YR6/3
2-10
05-31
10R5/6
10R5/6
5YR7/6
2-11
05-24
5YR6/3
5YR5/3
5YR3/2
2-12
05-25
5YR5/3
5YR4/2
3-01
05-43
2,5YR6/6
3-02
05-58
10R5/6
2,5YR6/4
5YR6/3
little
3-03
05-34
5YR5/4
5YR5/4
5YR5/1
little
3-04
05-21
10YR7/3
10YR7/3 7,5YR6/6
little
medium
3-05
05-10
5YR7/4
10R5/6
2,5YR5/6
little
medium
3-06
05-17
10YR8/2
2,5YR6/6
5YR6/6
little
medium
3-07
05-22
7,5YR7/4
7,5YR7/4 7,5YR6/6 slip 5YR3/1
little
fine
3-08
05-06
7,5YR7/4
7,5YR7/4 2,5YR6/6
3-09
05-40
10R5/8
10R5/8
2,5YR6/6 7,5YR6/4
3-10
05-55
7,5YR7/4
7,5YR7/4
3-11
05-66
2,5YR6/4
3-12
05-41
10R5/4
3-13
05-52
01
10R5/8
slip 10R5/6
little
medium
much
fine
5YR7/4 slip 2,5YR5/8
much
fine
5YR7/4
5YR6/6
little
fine
10R5/4
2,5YR5/6
little
fine
N3/0
N4/0
7,5YR4/2
little
05-05
5YR6/3
5YR6/4
5YR6/4
02
05-12
5YR6/3
5YR6/3
03
05-10
2,5YR6/4
04
05-07
2,5YR6/4
05
05-11
2,5Y8/2
06
05-06
5Y7/2
07
05-08
7,5YR7/2
08
05-03
2,5Y7/3
09
10
1-01
05-02
5YR7/4
2,5YR5/3 2,5YR6/4
little
1-02
05-38
10R5/6
2,5YR5/6 7,5YR7/6
little
medium
1-03
05-10
10R5/8
2,5YR5/8 7,5YR6/4
little
1-04
05-08
2,5YR5/6
2,5YR5/8
1-05
05-40
10R5/8
1-06
05-14
5YR6/4
1-07
05-31
2,5YR5/6
1-08
05-18
2,5YR5/6
1-09
05-39
2-01
2-02
2-03
2-04
15 Hatip Yayls›-1
Outside
3<
Wheel made
sliped
3<
Wheel made
limestone tempered
3<
Wheel made
3<
Wheel made
sliped
3<
Wheel made
sliped
3<
Wheel made
3<
Wheel made
medium
3<
Wheel made
much
medium
3<
Hand made
2,5YR5/6
little
medium
3<
Hand made
2,5YR6/4 2,5YR5/6
little
medium
3<
Wheel made
little
fine
3<
Wheel made
little
medium
3<
Wheel made
little
fine
3<
Wheel made
5YR6/2
7,5YR8/4
sliped
Hand made
slip N3/0
N6/0
7,5YR7/3 7,5YR7/4
2,5Y7/1
7,5YR7/4
little
medium
3<
Wheel made
2,5YR5/6
much
fine
3<
Wheel made
05-17
Green glazed Green glazed 7,5YR7/4
little
fine
3<
Wheel made
05-15
Green glazed Green glazed 2,5YR6/8
little
fine
3<
Wheel made
3<
Hand made
plant tempered
3<
Hand made
medium
plant tempered
3<
Hand made
little
medium
plant tempered
3<
Hand made
2,5YR5/8 7,5YR6/4
little
medium
plant tempered
3<
Hand made
7,5YR7/3
little
coarse
plant tempered
3<
Hand made
2,5YR5/6 7,5YR6/4
little
medium
plant tempered
3<
Hand made
2,5YR5/6 7,5YR7/4
little
medium
2,5YR6/6
2,5YR6/6 7,5YR6/3
little
fine
05-15
7,5YR6/3
7,5YR6/4
N2/0
little
05-63
10R4/6
10R4/6
5YR6/4
little
fine
05-41
5YR6/4
5YR7/4
5YR6/6
little
medium
5YR6/6
05-13/56 2,5YR6/8
7,5YR7/2 10YR7/3
plant tempered
5YR7/4
N4/0
N4/0
much coarse plant tempered secondary
3<
Hand made
plant tempered
3<
Hand made
much coarse plant tempered
3<
Hand made
plant tempered
Hand made
3<
Wheel made
3<
Hand made
10YR7/3
much
medium
2-05
05-30
2,5YR6/8
2,5YR5/6 7,5YR7/4
much
medium
2-06
05-43
2,5YR6/6
2,5YR6/6 10YR6/3
little
fine
2-07
05-16
7,5YR7/3
7,5YR6/4
5YR5/6
little
2-08
05-37
5YR4/2
7,5YR6/3
5YR5/4
much
medium
plant tempered
2-09
05-64
7,5YR5/4
5YR6/4
N3/0
little
medium
secondary
3<
Hand made
2-10
05-50
10YR5/3
10YR5/3 7,5YR6/4
much
coarse
plant tempered
3<
Hand made
2-11
05-32
7,5YR6/2
little
medium
3<
Hand made
2-12
05-29
10YR7/3
7,5YR6/3 7,5YR5/4
little
medium
plant tempered secondary
3<
Hand made
3-01
05-01
7,5YR6/3
7,5YR6/4 7,5YR6/4 slip 2,5YR5/6
little
fine
gold mica sliped
3<
Wheel made
3-02
05-17
10R5/6
2,5YR6/8 2,5YR6/6
little
medium
3<
Wheel made
3-03
05-34
5YR6/3
7,5YR6/4 7,5YR6/4
little
medium
3<
Wheel made
3-04
05-61
2,5YR6/6
10R5/8
5YR6/6
little
medium
3<
Hand made
3-05
05-20
5YR6/4
5YR6/4
2,5YR6/6
little
coarse
3<
Wheel made
3-06
05-05
7,5YR5/4
5YR5/3
2,5YR5/4
little
coarse
3<
Wheel made
3-07
05-28
5YR6/4
5YR7/4
5YR6/6
much
medium
3<
Wheel made
3-08
05-12
7,5YR6/3
5YR6/4
2,5YR5/6
little
medium
3<
Hand made
3-09
05-24
5YR5/2
5YR5/4
5YR4/4
little
medium
3<
Wheel made
5YR6/4
N4/0
plant tempered secondary
3<
plant tempered
much coarse plant tempered secondary
3-10
05-23
5YR6/4
5YR6/4
N4/0
little
medium
01
05-19
10YR7/3
7,5YR7/3
5YR6/6
little
fine
gold mica
3<
Hand made
3<
Hand made
3<
Hand made
3<
Hand made
3<
Wheel made
3<
Wheel made
2006
Colors
Site No
99
Preliminary Report of the 2005 General Survey in Central Anatolia
NAME
16 Hatip Yaylas›-2
19 Kuruhöyük
20 Tafll› Tarla
24 Sar›yayla Höyük
Photo No. Find No
Outside
Inside
Section
Particles in the paste
Painting
7,5YR7/4 7,5YR7/6
Amount
Fineness
little
medium
little
fine
sliped
little
fine
incised
little
medium
Note
Hardness Manufacturing technigue
02
05-18
10YR7/4
03
05-28
7,5YR7/4
04
05-31
N4/0
N3/0
7,5YR4/1
05
05-25
5YR7/4
5YR7/4
5YR7/4
06
05-16
10YR7/3
little
medium
07
05-21
5YR5/6
5YR7/4
10YR5/2
little
fine
08
05-09
5YR6/4
2,5YR6/6
5YR6/4
little
medium
3<
Wheel made
09
05-20
5YR6/4
5YR6/4
5YR5/6
little
fine
3<
Wheel made
10
05-10
10YR7/4
little
coarse
3<
Wheel made
11
05-17
7,5YR7/3
5YR6/4
5YR6/6
little
medium
3<
Wheel made
12
05-08
7,5YR7/4
10R4/8
2,5YR6/6
little
fine
3<
Wheel made
5YR6/8
7,5YR8/3 slip 5YR6/8
7,5YR7/3 7,5YR6/6
7,5YR6/6 7,5YR5/6
slip 10R4/8
13
05-05
7,5YR6/4
01
05-05
5YR7/4
7,5YR6/4 7,5YR5/4
5YR7/4
5YR6/6
02
05-02
2,5YR6/4
2,5YR5/4
5YR6/3
03
05-06
10YR7/3
10YR7/3 10YR4/2
04
05-25
7,5YR7/3
10R5/6
05
05-12
2,5Y8/3
2,5Y8/3
06
05-09
7,5YR7/3
5YR7/3
07
05-13
7,5YR7/4
7,5YR7/4
5YR6/6 slip 2,5YR5/8
08
05-11
5YR6/6
2,5YR6/6
5YR6/6
09
05-22
2,5Y8/3
7,5YR6/2 7,5YR7/4 slip 5YR5/6
10
05-07
2,5YR5/6
5YR7/4
11
05-24
5YR6/4
5YR5/4
gold mica
sliped
3<
Wheel made
3<
Wheel made
3<
Wheel made
3<
Wheel made
3<
Wheel made
3<
Wheel made
little
medium
3<
Wheel made
little
medium
3<
Wheel made
much
fine
3<
Wheel made
little
fine
3<
Wheel made
little
fine
3<
Wheel made
5YR6/4
little
medium
3<
Wheel made
7,5YR6/6
much
medium
3<
Wheel made
little
fine
sliped
3<
Wheel made
3<
Wheel made
sliped
3<
Wheel made
5YR6/8
5YR6/1
slip 10R5/4
sliped
little
medium
much
fine
5YR6/6
little
medium
3<
Wheel made
7,5YR7/4
much
fine
3<
Wheel made
12
05-10
5YR6/4
7,5YR7/3 2,5YR5/6
little
fine
3<
Wheel made
01
05-17
5YR7/4
7,5YR7/4
5Y5/1
little
medium
3<
Wheel made
02
05-09
2,5YR5/6
5YR5/6
5YR6/6
little
fine
3<
Wheel made
03
05-37
7,5YR6/4
10YR6/4 10YR6/4
little
medium
3<
Wheel made
04
05-26
7,5YR6/3
7,5YR6/4 7,5YR7/4
little
medium
3<
Wheel made
05
05-16
10YR7/3
10YR7/3
5YR6/6
much
medium
3<
Wheel made
06
05-36
10YR8/4
10YR8/4
5YR6/6
little
medium
3<
Wheel made
07
05-07
10YR5/1
7,5YR5/2 7,5YR6/4
much
medium
3<
Wheel made
08
05-65
7,5YR4/2
7,5YR4/2
N6/0
little
fine
3<
Wheel made
09
05-48
2,5Y3/1
2,5Y2/1
5YR6/6
much
fine
3<
Wheel made
10
05-02
5Y5/1
5Y5/1
10YR4/1
little
medium
01
05-08
7,5YR7/4
7,5YR7/4 7,5YR6/4
little
medium
02
05-13
5YR7/4
5YR7/4
N5/0
little
coarse
03
05-11
10R5/6
10R5/6
10R5/6
little
fine
04
05-12
5YR5/4
2,5YR6/4
5YR3/2
little
medium
3<
Wheel made
05
05-40
10YR8/4
10YR8/4 2,5YR6/6
little
medium
3<
Wheel made
06
05-29
2,5YR6/4
5YR5/4
07
05-85
2,5YR5/6
5YR6/4
08
05-45
5YR6/4
09
05-31
2,5YR6/6
10
05-56
11
slip 10R4/3
little
coarse
little
fine
7,5YR7/4 7,5YR7/4
little
2,5YR6/6 2,5YR5/6
little
10YR7/4
7,5YR7/4
05-10
10YR7/4
12
05-14
13
05-37
14
05-32
2,5Y8/3
7,5YR7/4 10YR5/1
little
medium
15
05-06
7,5YR6/4
7,5YR6/4
5YR5/6
little
medium
01
05-02
10R5/6
2,5YR5/6
N3/0
much
medium
02
05-09
2,5YR6/4
5YR6/4
N3/0
little
03
05-01
10R4/6
10R4/6
7,5YR6/6
little
04
05-11
10YR7/3
10YR7/3
N3/0
05
05-08
7,5YR6/6
7,5YR6/6 7,5YR5/6
06
05-12
10R5/6
07
05-03
7,5YR7/4
08
05-04
5YR6/3
5YR6/3
09
05-06
7,5YR6/4
5YR6/4
10
05-05
2,5Y6/2
2,5Y6/2
11
05-07
7,5YR7/4
12
05-10
5YR6/4
gold mica
limeston tempered
3<
Wheel made
3<
Wheel made
3<
Wheel made
3<
Wheel made
3<
Wheel made
3<
Wheel made
medium
3<
Wheel made
fine
3<
Wheel made
little
fine
3<
Wheel made
10YR7/4 7,5YR6/6
little
medium
3<
Wheel made
7,5YR7/3
7,5YR7/4
little
medium
3<
Wheel made
7,5YR6/3
7,5YR6/4 7,5YR6/4
much
medium
3<
Wheel made
3<
Wheel made
3<
Wheel made
plant tempered secondary
3<
Hand made
fine
plant tempered
3<
Hand made
medium
plant tempered
3<
Hand made
plant tempered
10R5/4
5YR5/4
sliped
2,5YR5/6 slip 2,5YR5/4
2,5Y5/1
5YR6/6
limeston tempered
little
medium
3<
Hand made
little
medium
3<
Hand made
little
medium
3<
Hand made
little
fine
3<
Wheel made
5YR5/6
little
medium
3<
Wheel made
5YR5/6
little
medium
3<
Wheel made
2,5Y5/1
much
medium
3<
Wheel made
much
medium
3<
Wheel made
little
fine
3<
Wheel made
5YR6/6
7,5YR7/4 7,5YR6/6
2,5YR6/4 7,5YR6/6
5YR6/4
sliped
2,5YR6/6
slip 10R5/4
slip 40R5/8
sliped limestone tempered
sliped
100
Colors
Site No
AAS XV
S. OMURA
NAME
Photo No. Find No
Particles in the paste
Outside
Inside
Section
Painting
Amount
Fineness
Note
5YR6/4
5YR6/4
little
medium
secondary
Hardness Manufacturing technigue
29 Hac› Baddal›n Deflirmeni 01
05-01
5YR6/4
3<
Hand made
02
05-04
10YR7/3
7,5YR6/3 10YR6/4
little
medium
plant tempered secondary
3<
Hand made
03
05-02
10YR7/3
10YR7/3 10YR7/4
little
medium
secondary
3<
Hand made
04
05-09
N4/0
little
fine
3<
Hand made
05
05-10
10YR4/1
10YR4/1 10YR3/1
little
medium
3<
Hand made
06
05-08
10YR4/1
10YR4/1 10YR3/1
little
medium
3<
Hand made
07
05-07
10YR6/4
10YR6/4 10YR7/4
little
medium
3<
Hand made
08
05-03
10R4/6
09
05-06
2,5YR6/4
10
05-05
7,5YR5/2
5YR5/3
11
05-05
7,5YR5/2
5YR5/3
01
05-01
10YR5/2
02
05-03
2,5Y5/1
2,5Y5/1
03
05-07
10YR5/1
10YR5/1
04
05-02
5Y4/1
5Y4/1
05
05-05
10YR5/2
06
05-04
7,5YR4/1
07
05-13
7,5YR4/1
08
05-08
2,5Y6/2
09
05-05
10YR4/1
10
05-10
5Y7/1
11
05-09
2,5Y7/2
12
05-12
10R6/8
13
05-11
01
02
30 K›z›l Toprak
31 Mezarl›k Üstü
32 Yergömü Höyük
33 Bostan Höyük
34 Kutluhan Höyük
N3/0
10R4/6
N3/0
5YR4/6
secondary
little
coarse
3<
Hand made
little
medium
3<
Wheel made
5YR4/6
little
medium
3<
Wheel made
5YR4/6
little
medium
3<
Wheel made
10YR5/2 10YR6/3
little
medium
3<
Wheel made
2,5Y4/1
little
medium
3<
Wheel made
N4/0
much
medium
3<
Wheel made
N5/0
little
fine
3<
Wheel made
10YR5/2 10YR4/1
little
medium
3<
Wheel made
5YR6/4
little
coarse
3<
Wheel made
7,5YR3/1 7,5YR4/1
little
fine
10YR6/1
N4/0
little
fine
5Y5/1
N3/0
much
fine
3<
Wheel made
5Y6/1
5Y6/1
little
fine
3<
Wheel made
2,5Y6/2
2,5Y6/2
much
fine
3<
Wheel made
10R5/6
5YR6/6
much
fine
3<
Wheel made
5YR7/4
5YR7/4
2,5YR6/8
much
fine
sliped
3<
Wheel made
05-03
2,5YR5/8
2,5YR5/8
5YR6/6
much
fine
incised
3<
Wheel made
05-04
10R4/6
10R4/6
5YR5/6
much
fine
3<
Wheel made
03
05-09
10R5/8
7,5YR6/6
5YR6/6
much
fine
3<
Wheel made
04
05-02
10R5/8
10R5/8
7,5YR6/6
much
fine
05
05-10
7,5YR4/1
10R6/8
much
fine
06
05-11
10YR3/1
10YR4/1
5Y7/1
little
fine
3<
Wheel made
07
05-08
2,5Y7/2
2,5Y7/2
10YR7/3
little
medium
3<
Wheel made
08
05-06
10R5/6
09
05-01
10YR7/3
10
05-05
11
05-07
2,5YR6/6 2,5YR6/6
5YR5/6
slip 10R5/6
5YR6/6 slip 7,5YR4/1
2,5YR6/8 2,5YR6/6
slip 10R5/8
little
fine
little
fine
plant tempered
gold mica
sliped
Wheel made
3<
Wheel made
3<
Wheel made
3<
Wheel made
3<
Wheel made
3<
Wheel made
10R5/8
7,5YR7/6
10R5/8
10R5/8
2,5YR6/6
little
medium
3<
Wheel made
2,5YR6/3
2,5YR6/3
5YR6/6
little
medium
3<
Wheel made
3<
Wheel made
slip 10R5/8
12
05-01
10YR7/3
10R5/8
7,5YR7/6
01
05-04
10R5/6
10R5/6
7,5YR7/6
little
02
05-01
5YR6/2
5YR6/2
5YR5/1
little
03
05-06
5YR5/6
much
04
05-07
5YR6/3
5YR6/3
7,5YR5/6
little
05
05-05
5YR7/4
5YR7/4
7,5YR6/4
much
medium
gold mica
06
05-03
10YR4/1
10YR4/1 10YR4/2
little
coarse
gold mica
07
05-02
5YR6/6
5YR6/6
2,5YR6/8
little
medium
01
05-04
7,5R3/6
7,5R3/6
7,5YR7/6
little
medium
02
05-03
2,5Y7/3
10YR7/3 10YR7/6
little
coarse
03
05-02
10YR8/3
5YR7/4
5YR6/6
much
medium
04
05-05
5YR6/4
5YR6/4
5YR5/6
much
medium
05
05-01
5YR7/4
little
medium
06
05-07
7,5YR6/4
7,5YR6/4
N3/0
little
medium
3<
Wheel made
07
05-06
5YR7/4
5YR7/4
5YR6/6
little
medium
3<
Wheel made
Wheel made
2,5YR4/2 7,5YR6/6
2,5YR6/6 2,5YR5/6
7,5YR7/3 7,5YR6/6
little
fine
sliped
3<
sliped
much coarse plant tempered
3<
Hand made
3<
Wheel made
fine
3<
Wheel made
medium
3<
Wheel made
3<
Wheel made
medium
gold mica secondary
3<
Wheel made
3<
Wheel made
3<
Wheel made
gold mica
3<
Wheel made
gold mica limestone tempered
3<
Wheel made
3<
Wheel made
gold mica secondary
3<
Wheel made
08
05-08
10YR7/3
little
medium
3<
01
05-02
5YR5/3
5YR5/3
5YR5/6
little
medium
3<
Hand made
02
05-01
2,5YR4/6
2,5YR5/4
5YR6/6
little
fine
3<
Hand made
03
05-10
2,5YR4/6
2,5YR5/6
5YR6/6
little
fine
3<
Hand made
04
05-11
2,5YR4/2
10R4/3
5YR3/3
little
coarse
3<
Hand made
05
05-03
7,5YR6/4
7,5YR6/3
5YR6/6
little
fine
3<
Wheel made
06
05-13
10R5/6
10R5/6
7,5YR7/4
07
05-08
10YR7/3
08
05-12
5YR6/3
5YR6/4
09
05-04
2,5YR5/6
2,5YR5/6
10
05-05
5YR7/4
2,5YR5/6
little
medium
little
fine
7,5YR6/6
little
5YR5/6
little
5YR6/6 slip 2,5YR6/6
little
fine
7,5YR7/4 7,5YR6/6 slip 7,5YR6/4
plant tempered
3<
Hand made
3<
Wheel made
medium
3<
Wheel made
fine
3<
Wheel made
3<
Wheel made
sliped
sliped
2006
Colors
Site No
101
Preliminary Report of the 2005 General Survey in Central Anatolia
NAME
35 S›vasa¤›l Mevkii
36 Mezarl›k Yeflilköy
37 Mezarl›k Tepesi
38 Mezarl›k Balç›khisar
39 Balç›khisar Höyük
40 P›narbafl›-1
Photo No. Find No
Outside
Inside
Section
Particles in the paste
Painting
Hardness Manufacturing technigue
Amount
Fineness
11
05-09
5YR6/4
5YR6/4
5YR6/6
little
medium
3<
12
05-07
7,5YR5/2
10R5/6
5YR6/6
much
medium
3<
Wheel made
13
05-06
7,5YR7/4
little
medium
3<
Wheel made
01
05-05
7,5YR7/4
5YR7/4
2,5YR6/6
little
fine
3<
Wheel made
02
05-01
7,5YR7/4
7,5YR7/4
5YR6/6
little
medium
3<
Wheel made
03
05-06
5YR6/4
5YR6/4
5YR5/1
little
medium
3<
Wheel made
04
05-03
5YR6/4
5YR6/4
5YR5/2
little
fine
3<
Wheel made
05
05-02
7,5YR6/4
10R4/4
7,5YR5/2
little
medium
3<
Wheel made
06
05-04
7,5YR6/3 Green glazed 5YR5/6
little
fine
secondary
3<
Wheel made
01
05-01
5YR6/4
5YR6/4
10YR4/1
little
fine
gold mica
3<
Wheel made
02
05-02
7,5YR7/4
5YR7/4
10YR6/4
little
medium
3<
Wheel made
03
05-07
10R6/6
10R6/6
7,5YR6/4
much
fine
3<
Wheel made
04
05-06
5YR6/6
5YR6/6
7,5YR6/6
much
fine
3<
Wheel made
05
05-11
2,5YR5/6
2,5YR5/6 7,5YR7/4
much
fine
3<
Wheel made
06
05-09
5YR8/3
5YR8/3
7,5YR7/4
little
medium
3<
Wheel made
07
05-05
2,5YR5/8
2,5YR5/8
5YR6/6
much
fine
3<
Wheel made
08
05-10
2,5YR6/4
2,5YR5/4 7,5YR6/6
little
medium
3<
Wheel made
09
05-08
2,5Y8/2
10YR7/2 10YR7/3
little
medium
3<
Wheel made
10
05-12
10YR6/2
10YR6/2
2,5Y6/1
little
fine
3<
Wheel made
11
05-04
2,5YR5/6
10R5/6
7,5YR7/4
little
fine
3<
Wheel made
7,5YR7/4 7,5YR7/4
Note
gold mica
12
05-03
7,5YR5/3
7,5YR5/3 7,5YR3/2
much
medium
01
05-01
2,5YR5/4
2,5YR5/4
5YR5/6
much
coarse
02
05-02
10YR5/1
2,5Y5/2
2,5Y5/1
little
medium
01
05-02
7,5YR6/3
7,5YR6/3
N3/0
little
medium
plant tempered
02
05-03
7,5YR6/3
7,5YR6/3 7,5YR3/1
little
medium
plant tempered
3<
Hand made
03
05-05
5YR6/4
5YR6/4
5YR5/4
little
medium
3<
Wheel made
04
05-06
7,5YR3/2
7,5YR3/2
5YR6/6
little
fine
3<
Wheel made
05
05-08
2,5YR5/6
5YR6/4
2,5YR6/6
little
fine
3<
Wheel made
06
05-07
2,5YR4/3
2,5YR5/6 2,5YR4/6
little
medium
3<
Wheel made
07
05-10
7,5YR7/4
2,5YR6/6
little
fine
3<
Wheel made
08
05-09
7,5YR7/3
7,5YR7/3 7,5YR7/6
little
fine
3<
Wheel made
09
05-04
7,5YR7/4
7,5YR7/4 7,5YR6/4
10
05-01
10R4/4
01
05-01
5YR5/3
02
05-06
03
5YR7/4
gold mica secondary
Wheel made
3<
Wheel made
3<
Wheel made
3<
Wheel made
3<
Hand made
little
fine
3<
Wheel made
much
medium
3<
Wheel made
7,5YR5/4 7,5YR4/4
little
coarse
plant tempered gold mica
3<
Hand made
10YR7/4
10YR7/3 7,5YR6/6 5YR5/6 slip 5YR5/6
little
fine
plant tempered gold mica sliped
3<
Hand made
05-07
2,5YR5/4
5YR6/4
5YR5/6
little
coarse
plant tempered secondary
3<
Hand made
04
05-08
7,5YR7/4
7,5YR6/4 10YR6/4
little
3<
Hand made
05
05-11
10YR7/3
10YR7/3 7,5YR6/6
little
medium
3<
Hand made
06
05-13
5YR6/4
5YR5/4
7,5YR4/2
much
medium
07
05-02
7,5YR5/3
7,5YR5/3 7,5YR4/2
little
coarse
08
05-05
7,5YR4/6
5YR6/4
10YR7/4
little
fine
09
05-14
5YR6/6
5YR6/4
5YR6/6
little
fine
10
05-10
7,5YR5/3
11
05-04
10R5/6
12
05-12
10R5/6
7,5YR6/3 7,5YR6/6
13
05-03
7,5YR6/4
7,5YR7/4 7,5YR6/6
14
05-09
5YR7/4
5YR7/4
01
05-13
10YR6/3
10YR6/3 10YR3/1
02
05-14
10R5/8
03
05-01
10R4/6
04
05-16
10R4/6
10R4/6
5YR6/6
05
05-05
5YR6/4
5YR6/4
5YR6/4
06
05-11
5YR6/3
5YR6/4
07
05-12
10R4/8
10R4/8
08
05-15
09
10
5YR6/4
10R5/4
7,5YR5/1 7,5YR3/1
10R5/8
10R5/8
7,5YR6/6
slip 10R5/6
5YR6/6
10YR7/2
5YR5/6
7,5YR6/4 7,5YR6/4
much coarse gold mica
plant tempered
3<
Hand made
plant tempered
3<
Hand made
plant tempered
3<
Hand made
3<
Wheel made
Wheel made
little
coarse
3<
little
medium
3<
Hand made
little
medium
gold mica sliped
3<
Wheel made
little
medium
gold mica
3<
Wheel made
little
fine
3<
Wheel made
little
medium
gold mica secondary
3<
Hand made
little
medium
plant tempered
3<
Hand made
little
coarse
3<
Hand made
little
fine
little
medium
3<
Wheel made
3<
Wheel made
7,5YR6/4
little
2,5YR5/6
little
medium
3<
Wheel made
medium
3<
10YR7/3
10YR7/3 7,5YR7/4
little
Hand made
fine
3<
Wheel made
05-04
5YR6/4
7,5YR7/4 2,5YR5/6
05-09
10R5/6
10R5/6
7,5YR6/4
much
coarse
3<
Wheel made
little
medium
3<
11
05-03
7,5YR6/4
10R5/8
Wheel made
5YR6/6
little
medium
3<
12
05-06
5YR6/6
5YR6/6
Wheel made
7,5YR6/6
much
fine
3<
Wheel made
13
05-07
7,5YR7/3
14
05-10
2,5YR4/3
25YR5/2 2,5YR4/6 slip 2,5YR6/6
little
fine
3<
Wheel made
7,5YR5/2 7,5YR6/6
much
fine
3<
Wheel made
slip 10R5/6
sliped
sliped
102
Colors
Site No
AAS XV
S. OMURA
NAME
41 Keltepe
42 Durup›nar Höyük
43 P›narbafl›-2
44 Höyük Tepesi
46 A¤ada¤› Mevkii
Photo No. Find No
Outside
Inside
Section
Particles in the paste
Painting
Hardness Manufacturing technigue
Amount
Fineness
15
05-08
7,5YR7/4
7,5YR7/4 7,5YR6/6
little
fine
3<
Wheel made
16
05-02
7,5YR5/4
7,5YR5/4 7,5YR5/4
little
medium
3<
Wheel made
01
05-07
7,5YR7/4
7,5YR6/4 10YR4/1
little
fine
3<
Wheel made
02
05-08
10R5/6
5YR5/3
5YR5/3
little
fine
3<
Wheel made
03
05-05
2,5YR5/6
2,5YR5/6
5Y5/1
little
fine
3<
Wheel made
04
05-10
10R5/6
5YR6/3
5YR6/6
slip 10R5/6
little
medium
sliped
3<
Wheel made
05
05-04
7,5YR6/3
10R5/6
5YR5/6
slip 10R5/6
little
medium
sliped
3<
Wheel made
06
05-06
2,5Y8/4
7,5YR7/4 7,5YR6/6
little
medium
3<
Wheel made
07
05-01
7,5YR5/3
7,5YR6/4
much
coarse
3<
Wheel made
08
05-03
7,5YR7/4
10YR6/4
5YR6/6
little
medium
3<
Wheel made
09
05-09
5YR6/4
5YR6/4
5YR5/6
much
fine
3<
Wheel made
10
05-11
7,5YR7/3
7,5YR7/4
5YR6/6
little
medium
3<
Wheel made
11
05-12
2,5Y5/2
2,5Y6/2
2,5Y4/1
little
medium
12
05-02
5YR5/6
5YR6/4
5YR6/6
little
01
05-06
5YR6/4
5YR6/4
7,5YR6/4
02
05-10
10R4/8
10R4/8
7,5YR6/6
03
05-08
10R4/4
10R4/4
5YR5/6
04
05-11
10R4/8
5YR7/4
5YR6/6
05
05-01
7,5YR7/4
06
05-05
7,5YR6/3
07
05-09
10R4/8
10R4/8
08
05-13
7,5YR7/4
5YR6/6
09
05-15
5YR6/6
5YR7/4
10
05-14
5YR3/1
5YR3/2
11
05-12
2,5YR6/4
12
05-07
13
05-04
14
slip 5YR5/6
5YR5/6
slip 10R4/8
7,5YR7/4 7,5YR6/6
5YR6/4
7,5YR5/6 slip 2,5YR5/6
5YR6/6
Note
sliped
gold mica
3<
Wheel made
fine
3<
Wheel made
little
fine
3<
Hand made
little
medium
3<
Hand made
little
medium
3<
Hand made
little
fine
sliped
3<
Hand made
little
medium
plant tempered gold mica
3<
Hand made
much
medium
gold mica sliped
3<
Wheel made
3<
Hand made
sliped
3<
Wheel made
Wheel made
little
coarse
much
fine
5YR5/6
little
fine
3<
7,5YR7/6
little
fine
3<
Wheel made
7,5YR6/3 7,5YR5/4
little
medium
3<
Wheel made
7,5YR6/4
7,5YR7/4
little
fine
sliped
3<
Wheel made
7,5YR7/3
7,5YR7/4
N4/0
little
fine
gold mica
3<
Wheel made
05-02
5YR6/4
5YR6/4
5YR6/6
little
medium
3<
Wheel made
15
05-03
2,5YR6/4
5YR6/4
7,5YR6/4
little
medium
3<
Wheel made
01
05-02
10YR7/3
7,5YR7/3 7,5YR7/4
little
fine
3<
Wheel made
02
05-01
10YR8/3
10YR8/3
little
medium
3<
Wheel made
03
05-05
10YR7/2
10YR6/3 10YR6/3
little
fine
3<
Wheel made
04
05-04
5YR7/4
5YR7/4
little
fine
3<
Wheel made
05
05-06
10YR7/3
10YR7/3 7,5YR7/6
little
fine
3<
Wheel made
06
05-03
7,5YR3/1
7,5YR5/2
2,5Y5/1
much
fine
3<
Wheel made
01
05-02
2,5YR5/4
2,5YR5/4
5YR6/6
much
medium
3<
Hand made
02
05-05
10R5/4
10R5/4
7,5YR5/4
little
medium
3<
Wheel made
03
05-10
2,5Y5/1
5Y4/1
5Y5/1
little
fine
3<
Wheel made
04
05-12
5YR6/4
5YR6/4
5YR6/6
little
medium
3<
Wheel made
05
05-08
7,5YR7/4
little
fine
3<
Wheel made
06
05-13
7,5YR6/6
5YR7/4
5YR6/6
little
medium
3<
Wheel made
07
05-11
5YR5/4
5YR6/4
5YR6/6
little
fine
3<
Wheel made
08
05-09
5YR6/4
5YR7/4
5YR6/6
little
medium
3<
Wheel made
09
05-04
7,5YR7/4
7,5YR6/4
5YR6/4
little
medium
3<
Wheel made
10
05-01
5YR6/4
5YR7/4
2,5YR6/6
little
medium
3<
Wheel made
11
05-06
7,5YR6/4
5YR6/4
5YR6/6
little
coarse
3<
Wheel made
12
05-07
7,5YR6/4
5YR6/4
2,5YR6/6
little
coarse
3<
Wheel made
13
05-03
7,5YR5/4
5YR7/4
7,5YR3/2
little
medium
3<
Wheel made
01
05-60
2,5YR5/6
2,5YR5/6 2,5YR6/6
little
coarse
plant tempered
3<
Hand made
02
05-15
5YR5/4
10R4/6
little
medium
plant tempered
3<
Hand made
03
05-50
2,5YR4/6
2,5YR4/4
5YR5/6
little
medium
3<
Hand made
04
05-41
7,5YR5/4
5YR5/4
7,5YR4/4
much
coarse
plant tempered
3<
Hand made
05
05-01
7,5YR5/2
2,5YR5/6
5YR6/6
much
coarse
3<
Wheel made
06
05-43
7,5YR7/4
5YR6/4
5YR6/6 slip 2,5YR5/6
much
coarse
sliped
3<
Wheel made
07
05-62
10R5/6
10R5/6
5YR6/4
little
fine
3<
Wheel made
08
05-65
7,5YR7/3
7,5YR6/3 7,5YR6/4
much
coarse
3<
Hand made
09
05-19
5YR6/4
7,5YR6/3 7,5YR4/2
little
medium
3<
Wheel made
10
05-13
7,5YR5/2
10YR4/2 10YR3/1
little
medium
3<
Wheel made
11
05-22
2,5Y5/1
2,5Y5/2
little
fine
3<
Wheel made
12
05-12
10YR7/3
much
fine
sliped
3<
Wheel made
13
05-10
5YR7/4
little
fine
limestone tempered
3<
Wheel made
7,5YR6/6 slip 5YR6/6
5YR6/6 slip 7,5YR6/4
5YR6/6
5YR6/6
7,5YR7/4 7,5YR6/6
2,5YR6/6
2,5Y5/1
7,5YR7/4 7,5YR7/4 slip 2,5YR6/6
5YR7/4
5YR7/4
gold mica
gold mica

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