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The Central Lydia Archaeological Survey (CLAS) is a Boston University research project directed by Christopher H. Roosevelt and Christina Luke. This web site is intended to provide a general introduction to the project and its goals.

Please feel free to contact the directors should you have comments or questions about the web site or the project.




Eğer yüzey araştırması veya gelecek kazı işlerimizi desteklemekle ilgelenirseniz, lütfen bizimle iletişime geçiniz yada destekleme formu indirmek için buraya tıklayınız.
If you are interested in making a tax-deductable contribution to support the survey project and future excavations, please contact us or click here to learn how to do so.
This website is presented for informational purposes only. Text and images are adopted and adapted from annual reports submitted to the General Directorate for Cultural Heritage and Museums, Ministry of Culture and Tourism, Republic of Turkey, and from presentations and publications associated with the General Directorate’s annual International Symposium of Excavations, Surveys, and Archaeometry. Any use of information and/or images posted on this website should cite works listed on the “Bibliography” page of this site and should include in presentations recognition of the Central Lydia Archaeological Survey and the General Directorate for Cultural Heritage and Museums, Ministry of Culture and Tourism, Republic of Turkey. We would appreciate also your sharing information about where CLAS website text and images have been used through the “Contact Us” page of this site. Thank you and we look forward to hearing from you!