Pointed Juglets as an International Trend in Late Bronze Ritual Practices: A View from Alalakh

in Overturning Certainties in Near Eastern Archaeology
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Late Bronze Age international relations and their consequent effects in the development of distinct but similar forms of vessel types in Anatolian and Eastern Mediterranean contexts are explored in this article. The similar contextual and stylistic patterns observed between North Central Anatolian and Cypriot White Shaved Ware juglets at Tell Atchana, Alalakh are reviewed under the larger theme of ritualistic traditions when the connectivity patterns between distinct regions contributed to the formation of international tools of ritual practices.

Overturning Certainties in Near Eastern Archaeology

A Festschrift in Honor of K. Aslıhan Yener


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