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A sophisticated ground and polished stone tradition suggests that the production of stone items, utilizing the locally available serpentines and basalts, formed part of the Halaf period economy of Domuztepe. We hope in future exeavation seasons to in ve stigate the suggestion made by Campbell that Halaf societies were wealth-based chiefdoms, and currently see Domuztepe as a gateway community whose growth was linked to the control of trade between the Anatolian highlands and the Syro-Mesopotamian lowlands.
The distribution of seals and hopefully, in the future, sealings in association with stored goods or commodities might gi ve us clues to the presence of an elite who controlled wealth at Domuztepe.
Earle, ed. The exeavation of an Halaf period site as large as Domuztepe promises to shed new light on the questions raised by the other recently disco ve red large Halaf sites in Anatolia. Was there an archaeologically identifiable elite? Did they manipulate the local economy to produce enough surplus to fund the exchange networks evidenced by the presence of exotic raw materials?
Can we identify storage and production facilities, large public buildings ete? These are some of the questions raised by our first season of exeavation that we hope to answer in future years.
Campbell A further forty shelf units were installed in museum Depot 3, and another twenty shelf units were set up in two depots in the exeavation house. A fonner village house behind the museum was also restored and equipped with shel ve s to ser ve as a pottery depot. A total of more than sq. L: u"",.. Operanons 42 and 31 Photo 9: Same as Photo 8. Zustand und von und nach Bearbeitung Abb. Short-link Link Embed. Share from cover. Share from page:. More magazines by this user.
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