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Lecture Announcement: Sirkeli Höyük. Struktur und Dynamik einer antiken Stadtlandschaft im Ebenen Kilikien             

The Sirkeli Höyük, located about 40km east of Adana on the Ceyhan River, is one of the largest Bronze and Iron Age ruin mounds in Cilician Plain, today’s Çukurova. The Turkish-Swiss research project, which has been in existence since 2012, was able to gain important insights into the structure and extent of the ancient settlement […]

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Call for Participation for the 7th Research Network of the Istanbul Department

Socio-Ecological Approaches to the History and Archaeology of Anatolia The research networks of the Istanbul Department of the DAI and its partners aim to strengthen the exchange of knowledge between scholars from German, Turkish and international universities and academic institutions. The networks, which have been taking place since 2007, address mainly – but not exclusively […]

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Event Announcement! Archaeo-Informatics: Challenges in Digital Archaeology

Modern archaeology is increasingly reliant on digital technology, from the documentation of finds and features through subsequent analyses and up to the resulting publications. This is, of course, quite wonderful, but this trend also presents archaeologists with previously unexpected challenges. Under the title “Archaeo-Informatics: Challenges in Digital Archaeology”, the Istanbul Department of the German Archaeological […]

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Boğazköy/Hattuşa´da 3500 yıllık gizem

Türkiye’nin başkenti Ankara’nın yaklaşık 200 km doğusunda, Boğazkale İlçesin (eski adıyla Boğazköy) yakınlarında, Hitit İmparatorluğu’nun başkenti Hattuşa (UNESCO Dünya Mirası Alanı ve UNESCO Dünya Belleği) yer almaktadır. MÖ 2. Binyılda Hitit İmparatorluğu Batı Asya’nın büyük bir bölümüne hâkim olmuş ve Mısır, Babil ile Asur’un en güçlü rakiplerden biri olmuştur. 116 yıldan beri süregelen Hattuşa arkeolojik […]

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Ein 3500 Jahre altes Geheimnis in Boğazköy/Hattuscha

Etwa 200 km östlich der türkischen Hauptstadt Ankara liegt unmittelbar bei der Kleinstadt Boğazkale (früher Boğazköy) die bronzezeitliche Stadtruine von Hattuscha, Hauptstadt des hethitischen Großreichs (UNESCO Weltkulturerbe und UNESCO Memory of the World). Dieses beherrschte im 2. Jahrtausend v. Chr. weite Teile Westasiens und bildete einen mächtigen Gegenspieler Ägyptens, Babyloniens und Assyriens. Seit 116 Jahren […]

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Lecture Announcement: “Pergamon und seine vielschichtige Kulturlandschaft”

On 16 November 1972, the Convention Concerning the Protection of the World Cultural and Natural Heritage, in short the World Heritage Convention, was decided by the UNESCO General Conference in Paris. On the occasion of the 50th anniversary of this event, this year’s DAInsight series under the title “50 Jahre Welterbekonvention” presents world heritage sites […]