1. Introduction: The Handbook of Ancient Anatolia PART I: The Archaeology of Anatolia: Background and Definitions 2. The Land and Peoples of Anatolia Through Ancient Eyes 3. A History of the Pre-Classical Archaeology of Anatolia 4. Anatolian Chronology and Terminology PART II: Chronology and Geography 5. The Neolithic on the Plateau 6. The Neolithic in Southeastern Anatolia 7. The Chalcolithic on the Plateau 8. The Chalcolithic in Southeastern Anatolia 9. The Chalcolithic in Eastern Anatolia The Early Bronze Age 10. The Early Bronze Age on the Plateau 11. The Early Bronze Age in Southeastern Anatolia 12. Eastern Anatolia in the Early Bronze Age The Middle Bronze Age 13. The Karum Period on the Plateau 14. Southeastern and Eastern Anatolia in the Middle Bronze Age The Late Bronze Age 15. The Late Bronze Age in the West and the Aegean 16. The Hittites on the Plateau 17. Southern and Southeastern Anatolia in the Late Bronze Age The Iron Age 19. The Iron Age of Southeastern Anatolia 20. The Iron Age in Eastern Anatolia 21. The Greeks in Western Anatolia PART III: Philological and Historical Topics 23. Luwian and the Luwians 24. Urartian and the Urartians 25. Phrygian and the Phrygians 26. A Political History of Hittite Anatolia 27. Anatolia:The First Millennium in Historical Context 28. Monuments and Memory: Architecture and Visual Culture in Ancient Anatolian History PART IV: Thematic and Specific Topics 29. Eastern Thrace: The Contact Zone Between Anatolia and the Balkans 30. Anatolia and the Transcaucasus: Themes and Variations ca. 6400-1500 BCE 31. Indo-European and Indo-Europeans in Anatolia 32. Troy in Regional and International Context 33. Assyrians and Urartians 34. The Greeks in Anatolia: From the Migrations to Alexander From Pastoralists to Empires: Critical Issues 35. The Halaf Tradition 36. Millennia in the Middle? Reconsidering the Chalcolithic of Asia Minor 37. Interaction of Uruk and Northern Late Chalcolithic Societies in Anatolia 38. Ancient Landscapes in Southeastern Anatolia 39. Metals and Metallurgy 40. The Hittite State and Empire from Archaeological Evidence 41. The Hittite Empire from Textual Evidence PART V: Key Sites 43. Catal Hoeyuk: A Prehistoric Settlement on the Konya Plain 44. Ilipinar: A Neolithic Settlement in the Eastern Marmara Region 45. Arslantepe-Malatya: A Prehistoric and Early Historic Center in Eastern Anatolia 46. Titris Hoeyuk: The Nature and Context of Third Millennium B.C.E. Urbanism in the Upper Euphrates Basin 47. Kultepe-Kanes: A Second Millennium Trading Center on the Central Plateau 48. Key Sites of the Hittite Empire 49. Ayanis: An Iron Age Site in the East 50. Gordion: The Changing Political and Economic Roles of a First Millennium City 51. The Stratigraphy of Kaman-Kalehoeyuk in Central Anatolia 52. Sardis: A First Millennium Capital in Western Anatolia
Sharon R. Steadman is Professor of Anthropology at SUNY Cortland and Director of the University's Brooks Museum. Gregory McMahon is Associate Professor of Classics, Humanities, and Italian Studies at the University of New Hampshire.
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