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Byzantine Settlement in Cappadocia   Robert G. Ousterhout

Byzantine Settlement in Cappadocia

Dumbarton Oaks Studies
180x255 504 страниц. 2011 год.
Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection
Following its initial publication in 2005, "A Byzantine Settlement in Cappadocia" has become a seminal work in interpreting the rich material remains of Byzantine Cappadocia. In the first systematic site survey from the region, at the settlement known as Canli Kilise in Western Cappadocia, the careful mapping and documentation of rock-cut and masonry architecture and its decoration led to a complete reexamination of the place of Cappadocia within the larger framework of Byzantine social and cultural developments. This revised edition builds upon its predecessor with an updated preface, a new bibliography, and a new master map of the Canli Kilise site. Based on four seasons of fieldwork, Ousterhout challenges the commonly accepted notion that the rock-cut settlements of Cappadocia were primarily monastic. He proposes instead that the settlement at Canli Kilise was a town, replete with mansions, hovels, barns, stables, storerooms, cisterns, dovecotes, wine presses,...
 
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