The mound known as Canhasan Hueyuek 1, in the Konya Plain of south-central Turkey, has revealed a series of settlements running through the Chalcolithic period (c5500-3000 BC). This first volume detailing work carried out between 1961 and 1967, lays out the fundamental stratigraphy of the site and the major structural developments of the Chalcolithic period. Future volumes will examine the phases of discontinuity at the site (unique in the south and western Anatolian record) in more detail, with discussion of ceramic and environmental evidence.
|Publisher:||British Institute of Archaeology at Ankara|
|Series:||British Institute of Archaeology at Ankara Monographs Series , #49|