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Ancient inscriptions and monuments from the territory of Oinoanda

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  23 December 2013

N.P. Milner
Affiliation:
Institute of Classical Studies, University of London

Abstract

The results of a survey in the territory of Oinoanda led by Stephen Mitchell in 1994 are presented. A number of lost Hellenistic and Roman settlements could be identified through ancient cemeteries and cult furniture such as images, symbols and footings for stelai. A clear association between tombs and cults permitted the term ‘cemetery cults’. Other types of settlement included traces of an ancient village near Patlangiç Yayla, a fortified hill-top site at Düǧer, and a puzzling planned complex on an island in Girdev Gölü. Architectural fragments at Çukurceylan, Kinik and Girdev told of vanished Byzantine churches, and their associated settlements of later date.

Özet

1994'te Stephen Mitchell başkanlıǧında Oinoanda bölgesinde yapılan bir araştırmanın sonuçları sunulmaktadır. Bazı kayıp Helen ve Roma yerleşimleri antik mezarlıklar ve çeşitli tasvirlere ve sembollere sahip kült mobilyalar yoluyla belirlenebilmiştir. Anıt mezarlarla kültler arasındaki net ilişki ‘mezarlik kült'ü terimini ortaya çıkarmıştır. Bölgedeki diǧer yerleşim tipleri Patlangıç Yaylası yakınlarındaki antik bir köyün kalıntılarından, Düǧer'deki tahkim edilmiş bir tepe üstü yerleşiminden ve Girdev Gölünde bir ada üzerindeki karmaşık planlı bir kompleksden oluşmaktadır. Çukurceylan, Kınık ve Girdev'deki mimari parçalar yok olmuş Bizans kiliselerini ve daha sonraki tarihlere ait bunlarla baǧlantılı yerleşimleri işaret eder.

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Copyright © The British Institute at Ankara 2004

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