Overturning Certainties in Near Eastern Archaeology, is a festschrift dedicated to Professor K. Aslıhan Yener in honor of over four decades of exemplary research, teaching, fieldwork, and publication. The thirty-five chapters presented by her colleagues includes a broad, interdisciplinary range of studies in archaeology, archaeometry, art history, and epigraphy of the Ancient Near East, especially reflecting Prof Yener’s interests in metallurgy, small finds, trade, Anatolia, and the site of Tell Atchana/Alalakh.
Çiğdem Maner, Ph.D. (2011, Heidelberg University), is Assistant Professor at Koç University. She has published on Mycenaean and Late Bronze Age Anatolian fortification architecture and interactions, on the KEYAR survey project, and on small finds from Tell Atchana.
Mara T. Horowitz, Ph.D. (2007, Columbia University), is Lecturer at Purchase College, State University of New York. She has worked and published on Bronze and Iron Age Cyprus and Anatolia, and worked for ten years at Tell Atchana/Alalakh.
Allan S. Gilbert, Ph.D. (1979, Columbia University), is Professor of Anthropology at Fordham University in New York. He has specialized in zooarchaeology and geoarchaeology of the ancient Near East as well as the historical archaeology of New York City.
"The richness of this volume inevitably emerges from those contributions on exchange and technology using philology and/or archaeology." -
David A. Warburton, Institute for the History of Ancient Civilizations, Northeast Normal University,
Bibliotheca Orientalis 76,1-2 (2019).
All interested in Near Eastern archaeology, archaeometry, art history, cuneiform studies, Hittitology, and epigraphy of the Chalcolithic, Bronze, Iron, Classical, Hellenistic, and Islamic Ages.