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Agricultural Sustainability and Environmental Change at  Ancient Gordion
PROJECT Uploaded by: Page Selinsky

This book publishes the results of 220 botanical samples from the 1993–2002 Gordion excavations directed by Mary Voigt. Together with Naomi Miller’s 2010 volume (Gordion Special Studies 5), this book completes the publication of botanical samples from Voigt’s excavations. The book aims to reconstruct agricultural decision making using archaeological and paleoenvironmental data from Gordion to describe environmental and agricultural changes at the site. Different political and economic systems...


Appendix C: Vegetation Survey, Localities (2010)
DATASET Naomi F. Miller.

Descriptions of the places in which the plants were seen.


Appendix C: Vegetation Survey, Plant list (2010)
DATASET Naomi F. Miller.

Database of plants of the Gordion region and locations in which they were seen (1988–2009).


Appendix D: Seed Measures, Barley measurements (2010)
DATASET Naomi F. Miller.

Barley measurements from Gordion region.


Appendix D: Seed Measures, Einkorn measurements (2010)
DATASET Naomi F. Miller.

Einkorn measurements from Gordion, Turkey.


Appendix D: Seed Measures, Emmer measurements (2010)
DATASET Naomi F. Miller.

Emmer measurements at Gordion, Turkey.


Appendix D: Seed Measures, Flax measurements (2010)
DATASET Naomi F. Miller.

Flax measurements from Gordion, Turkey.


Appendix D: Seed Measures, Lentil measurements 1 (2010)
DATASET Naomi F. Miller.

Lentil measurements from Gordion, Turkey.


Appendix D: Seed Measures, Lentil measurements 2 (2010)
DATASET Naomi F. Miller.

Lentil Measurements from Gordion, Turkey.


Appendix D: Seed Measures, Naked wheat measurements (2010)
DATASET Naomi F. Miller.

Naked wheat measurements from Gordion, Turkey.


Appendix D: Seed Measures, Other Poaceae measurements (2010)
DATASET Naomi F. Miller.

Other Poaceae measurements from Gordion, Turkey.


Appendix E: Charcoal Samples, Data from hand-picked charcoal samples, Burned Buildings (2010)
DATASET Naomi F. Miller.

The tables in Appendix E include the inventory of hand-picked charcoal samples analyzed and their contents. Samples are numbered 1 to 209 in Column A or Row A in rough order by period and locus number. Following those samples are the ones from the floor deposits of the three burned buildings: 210 to 232 (Hellenistic “Abandoned Village,” YHSS 320, 330, 350), 233 to 260 (Early Phrygian Terrace Building 2A, YHSS 610, 620), 261 to 282 (Early Iron Age “BRH”= Burnt Reed House, YHSS 725), 283 to 403...


Appendix E: Charcoal Samples, Data from hand-picked charcoal samples, Debris Samples (2010)
DATASET Naomi F. Miller.

The tables in Appendix E include the inventory of hand-picked charcoal samples analyzed and their contents. Samples are numbered 1 to 209 in Column A or Row A in rough order by period and locus number. Following those samples are the ones from the floor deposits of the three burned buildings: 210 to 232 (Hellenistic “Abandoned Village,” YHSS 320, 330, 350), 233 to 260 (Early Phrygian Terrace Building 2A, YHSS 610, 620), 261 to 282 (Early Iron Age “BRH”= Burnt Reed House, YHSS 725), 283 to 403...


Appendix E: Charcoal Samples, Inventory of hand-picked charcoal samples (2010)
DATASET Naomi F. Miller.

The tables in Appendix E include the inventory of hand-picked charcoal samples analyzed and their contents. Samples are numbered 1 to 209 in Column A or Row A in rough order by period and locus number. Following those samples are the ones from the floor deposits of the three burned buildings: 210 to 232 (Hellenistic “Abandoned Village,” YHSS 320, 330, 350), 233 to 260 (Early Phrygian Terrace Building 2A, YHSS 610, 620), 261 to 282 (Early Iron Age “BRH”= Burnt Reed House, YHSS 725), 283 to 403...


Appendix E: Charcoal Samples, Inventory of hand-picked charcoal samples, Burned Buildings (2010)
DATASET Naomi F. Miller.

The tables in Appendix E include the inventory of hand-picked charcoal samples analyzed and their contents. Samples are numbered 1 to 209 in Column A or Row A in rough order by period and locus number. Following those samples are the ones from the floor deposits of the three burned buildings: 210 to 232 (Hellenistic “Abandoned Village,” YHSS 320, 330, 350), 233 to 260 (Early Phrygian Terrace Building 2A, YHSS 610, 620), 261 to 282 (Early Iron Age “BRH”= Burnt Reed House, YHSS 725), 283 to 403...


Appendix E: Charcoal Samples, Inventory of hand-picked charcoal samples, Debris Samples (2010)
DATASET Uploaded by: Leigh Anne Ellison

The tables in Appendix E include the inventory of hand-picked charcoal samples analyzed and their contents. Samples are numbered 1 to 209 in Column A or Row A in rough order by period and locus number. Following those samples are the ones from the floor deposits of the three burned buildings: 210 to 232 (Hellenistic “Abandoned Village,” YHSS 320, 330, 350), 233 to 260 (Early Phrygian Terrace Building 2A, YHSS 610, 620), 261 to 282 (Early Iron Age “BRH”= Burnt Reed House, YHSS 725), 283 to 403...


Appendix E: Charcoal Samples, Inventory of hand-picked charcoal samples, No Charcoal Samples Analyzed (2010)
DATASET Naomi F. Miller.

The tables in Appendix E include the inventory of hand-picked charcoal samples analyzed and their contents. Samples are numbered 1 to 209 in Column A or Row A in rough order by period and locus number. Following those samples are the ones from the floor deposits of the three burned buildings: 210 to 232 (Hellenistic “Abandoned Village,” YHSS 320, 330, 350), 233 to 260 (Early Phrygian Terrace Building 2A, YHSS 610, 620), 261 to 282 (Early Iron Age “BRH”= Burnt Reed House, YHSS 725), 283 to 403...


Appendix E: Charcoal Samples, Inventory of hand-picked charcoal samples, Poor Provenience (2010)
DATASET Naomi F. Miller.

The tables in Appendix E include the inventory of hand-picked charcoal samples analyzed and their contents. Samples are numbered 1 to 209 in Column A or Row A in rough order by period and locus number. Following those samples are the ones from the floor deposits of the three burned buildings: 210 to 232 (Hellenistic “Abandoned Village,” YHSS 320, 330, 350), 233 to 260 (Early Phrygian Terrace Building 2A, YHSS 610, 620), 261 to 282 (Early Iron Age “BRH”= Burnt Reed House, YHSS 725), 283 to 403...


Appendix F: Data from flotation samples (2010)
DATASET Naomi F. Miller.

The tables in Appendix F include the inventory of flotation samples analyzed and their contents. Samples are numbered 1 to 225 in Column A or Row A in rough order by period and locus number. Following those samples are the ones from the floor deposits of the three burned buildings: 226 to 238 (Early Phrygian Terrace Building 2A, YHSS 620), 239 to 240 (Hellenistic “Abandoned Village,” YHSS 350), 241 to 252 (Early Iron Age “BRH”= Burnt Reed House, YHSS 725), 261 to 687 (other flotation samples...


Botanical Aspects of Environment and Economy at Gordion, Turkey
PROJECT Uploaded by: Leigh Anne Ellison

The archaeological site of Gordion is most famous as the home of the Phrygian king Midas and as the place where Alexander the Great cut the Gordian knot on his way to conquer Asia. Located in central Anatolia (present-day Turkey) near the confluence of the Porsuk and Sakarya rivers, Gordion also lies on historic trade routes between east and west as well as north to the Black Sea. Favorably situated for long-distance trade, Gordion's setting is marginal for agricultural cultivation but well...


Botanical Aspects of Environment and Economy at Gordion, Turkey (2010)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Naomi Frances Miller.

The archaeological site of Gordion is most famous as the home of the Phrygian king Midas and as the place where Alexander the Great cut the Gordian knot on his way to conquer Asia. Located in central Anatolia (present-day Turkey) near the confluence of the Porsuk and Sakarya rivers, Gordion also lies on historic trade routes between east and west as well as north to the Black Sea. Favorably situated for long-distance trade, Gordion's setting is marginal for agricultural cultivation but well...


Early Highland Peoples of Anatolia (1967)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Lloyd Seton.

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Online Appendix 1: Sample-by-Sample Charcoal Identifcations (2017)
DATASET John M. Marston.

A sample-by-sample reporting of charcoal identifications to accompany the book: Agricultural Sustainability and Environmental Change at Ancient Gordion. NOTE: Due to file formatting, please download the original datafile rather than the translated version.


Online Appendix 2: Sample-by-Sample Flotation Samples (2017)
DATASET John M. Marston.

A sample-by-sample reporting of flotation samples to accompany the book: Agricultural Sustainability and Environmental Change at Ancient Gordion. NOTE: Due to file formatting, please download the original datafile rather than the translated version.


Views of Gordion and the Surrounding Region (2010)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Naomi F. Miller.

Photographs accompanying Botanical Aspects of Environment and Economy at Gordion, Turkey. All photographs by Naomi F. Miller except where noted.