Bibliography

Publications on CLAS and directly related work

In press

Luke, C., and C. H. Roosevelt. In press. “Memory and Meaning in Bin Tepe, the Lydian Cemetery of a “Thousand Mounds.” In Tumulus as Sema: Proceedings of an International Conference on Space, Politics, Culture, and Religion in the First Millennium BC, edited by O. Henry and U. Kelp. TOPOI Excellence Cluster series. Berlin: De Gruyter.

Roosevelt, C. H., and C. Luke. In press. “Central Lydia Archaeological Survey: 2009 Results.” Araştırma Sonuçları Toplantısı 28.

2010

Luke, C. 2010. “Archaeological Heritage and the Turkish War of Independence in central Lydia, Western Turkey.”MUSEUM International (UNESCO): 42-47.

———. 2010. “Heritage Preservation in Central Lydia,” In The Lydians and Their World, edited by N. D. Cahill, 389–403. Yapı Kredi Kültür Sanat Yayıncılık: Istanbul.

Roosevelt, C. H. 2010.  “Lydia Before the Lydians,” in The Lydians and Their World, edited by N. D. Cahill, 37–74. Yapı Kredi Kültür Sanat Yayıncılık: Istanbul.

Roosevelt, C. H., and C. Luke. 2010. “Central Lydia Archaeological Survey: 2008 Results.” Araştırma Sonuçları Toplantısı 27 (2): 1–24.

2009

Luke, C., and C. H. Roosevelt. 2009. “The Central Lydia Archaeological Survey: Documenting the Prehistoric through Iron Age Periods.” In Tree-Rings, Kings, and Old World Archaeology and Environment: Papers Presented in Honor of Peter Ian Kuniholm, edited by S.W. Manning and M.J. Bruce, 199–218. Oxford: Oxbow Books.

Roosevelt, C. H. 2009. The Archaeology of Lydia, from Gyges to Alexander. Cambridge / New York: Cambridge University Press.

Roosevelt, C. H., and C. Luke. 2009. “Central Lydia Archaeological Survey: 2007 Results.” Araştırma Sonuçları Toplantısı 26 (2): 433–50.

2008

Kersel, M. M., C. Luke, and C. H. Roosevelt. 2008. “Valuing the Past: Perceptions of Archaeological Practice in Lydia and the Levant.” Journal of Social Archaeology 8.3: 298–319.

Luke, C., and C. H. Roosevelt. 2008. “Research In Western Turkey: The Central Lydia Archaeological Survey (CLAS).” Context 19.1–2: 1–7.

Roosevelt, C. H., and C. Luke. 2008. “Central Lydia Archaeological Survey: 2006 Results.” Araştırma Sonuçları Toplantısı 25 (3): 305–26.

2007 and earlier

Roosevelt, C.H. 2006. “Tumulus Survey and Museum Research in Lydia, Western Turkey: Determining Lydian- and Persian-Period Settlement Patterns.” Journal of Field Archaeology 31(1): 61–76.

———. 2006. “Bintepeler: Anıtsal Mezarlık.” ArkeoAtlas 5: 116–23.

———. 2007. “Central Lydia Archaeological Survey: 2005 Results.” Araştırma Sonuçları Toplantısı 24 (2): 135–54.

Roosevelt, C.H., and C. Luke. 2006. “Mysterious Shepherds and Hidden Treasures: the Culture of Looting in Lydia.” Journal of Field Archaeology 31(2): 185–98.

———. 2006. “Looting Lydia: the Destruction of an Archaeological Landscape in Western Turkey”. In Archaeology, Cultural Heritage, and the Antiquities Trade, edited by N. Brodie, M. Kersel, C. Luke, and K. Walker Tubb, 173–87. Gainesville, FL: University Press of Florida.

Conference and symposium presentations, invited lectures, and reports

Luke, C. 2011 “The Challenges of Going Green in western Turkey: Natural and Cultural Heritage Practices and Policies in the Gygaean (Marmara) Lake Basin of central Lydia.” Paper to be presented 29 September at the Cultural Heritage Center and the University Museum, University of Pennsylvania.

Luke, C. 2011 “Heritage Defined: Post-1923 in Western Turkey.” Paper to be presented at Historic Preservation Conference: Saving Cultural Property in Conflict Zones. 4-5 November, American Academy in Rome.

Roosevelt, C. H. 2010. “The Central Lydia Archaeological Survey: 2009 Results.” 32nd International Symposium of Excavations, Surveys and Archaeometry, General Directorate of Cultural Resources and Museums, Ministry of Culture and Tourism, Republic of Turkey; İstanbul, Turkey; May 2010.

Luke, C., and C. H. Roosevelt. 2009. “Memory and Meaning in Bin Tepe, the Lydian Cemetery of the ‘Thousand Mounds’.” Tumulİstanbul: Tumulus as Sema: International Conference on Space, Politics, Culture and Religion in the First Millennium BC. Koç University, Istanbul, Turkey; June 2009.

Roosevelt, C. H. 2009. “The Central Lydia Archaeological Survey: 2008 Results.” 31st International Symposium of Excavations, Surveys and Archaeometry, General Directorate of Cultural Resources and Museums, Ministry of Culture and Tourism, Republic of Turkey; Pamukkale University, Denizli, Turkey; May 2009.

Özgüner, N. P. and N. P. Wolff. 2009. “Archaeologies of Scale: Approaching the Lydian Funerary Landscape through Remote Sensing and Micromorphology.” Annual Meeting of the Society of American Archaeology, Atlanta, GA; March 2009.

Sneeringer, M. N. 2009. “Second Millennium Settlement Patterns in Central Lydia, Western Turkey.” Undergraduate Independent Work for Distinction (IWD) Thesis, Department of Archaeology, Boston University.

Curtis, C. and M. N. Sneeringer. 2009. “Technology and Archaeology: Exploring Landscapes in Western Turkey.” Poster presented for the Colloquium of Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program Projects; Boston University; April 2009.

Roosevelt, C. H., and C. Luke. 2009. “Middle and Late Bronze Age Strongholds in Central Lydia, Western Turkey.” Annual Meeting of the Archaeological Institute of America; Philadelphia, PA; January 2009.

Luke, C., and C. H. Roosevelt. 2009. “For Sale from “East Greece” or “Persia”: Lydia and the Antiquities Market.” Annual Meeting of the Archaeological Institute of America; Philadelphia, PA; January 2009.

Luke, C. 2008. “Policies of Place: The Right to Manage Heritage.” Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association, in session “Cultural Heritage and Human Rights: A Critical View.” San Jose, CA; November 2008.

Roosevelt, C. H., and C. Luke. 2008. “New Light on the Archaeology of Central Western Anatolia in the Middle and Bronze Age.” Annual Meeting of the American Schools of Oriental Research; Boston, MA; November 2008.

Besonen, M. R., and C. H. Roosevelt. 2008. “An Abrupt, Late 5th Century AD Desiccation Event Recorded in Lacustrine Sediments from Central Western Turkey.” Symposium on Climate Extremes During Recent Millennia and their Impact on Mediterranean Societies; Athens, Greece; 14–16 September 2008.

Roosevelt, C. H. 2008. “The Central Lydia Archaeological Survey: 2007 Results.” 30th International Symposium of Excavations, Surveys and Archaeometry, General Directorate of Cultural Resources and Museums, Ministry of Culture and Tourism, Republic of Turkey; Ankara University, Ankara, Turkey; May 2008.

Wolff, N.P., and C.H. Roosevelt. 2007. “Micromorphology of Tumulus Sediments from Lydia, Western Turkey.” Annual Meeting of the Society of American Archaeology; Austin, Texas; 25–29 April 2007.

Roosevelt, C.H. 2007. “Mounds, Monuments, and Museums: Plunder in Western Anatolia.” Invited lecture as the AIA Rodney S. Young Endowed Lecturer in Iron Age Anatolian Archaeology, Pennsylvania; 10–12 April 2007.

Roosevelt, C.H. 2007. “Reconstructing Rural Lydian Life in Western Anatolia.” Invited lecture as the AIA Rodney S. Young Endowed Lecturer in Iron Age Anatolian Archaeology, Pennsylvania; 10–12 April 2007.

Roosevelt, C.H. 2006. “Constructing Rural Identities in Lydia (Western Turkey) in the Persian Period.” Annual Meeting of the American Schools of Oriental Research, Washington, DC; 16 November 2006.

Roosevelt, C.H., and C. Luke. 2006. “The Central Lydia Archaeological Survey: Preliminary Results and Prospects.” Poster for Tree-Rings, Kings, and Old World Archaeology & Environment: Cornell Dendrochronology-Archaeology Conference in Honor of Peter Ian Kuniholm, 3–5 November 2006.

Roosevelt, C.H. 2006. “The Central Lydia Archaeological Survey: 2005 Results.” 28th International Symposium of Excavations, Surveys and Archaeometry, General Directorate of Cultural Resources and Museums, Ministry of Culture and Tourism, Republic of Turkey, 29 May–2 June 2006, Çanakkale University.

Roosevelt, C.H. 2006. “Lydian Landscapes: Interpretations of Development and Significance.” Annual Meeting of the Archaeological Institute of America, Montréal, Canada; 8 January 2006.

Roosevelt, C.H. 2005. “Preliminary Work in Bin Tepe, Turkey.” Annual Meeting of the Archaeological Institute of America, Boston, MA; 9 January 2005.

Roosevelt, C.H., and C. Luke. 2003. “Looting Lydia: the Destruction of an Archaeological Landscape in Western Turkey.” Annual Meeting of the World Archaeological Congress, Washington, DC; 22 June 2003.

Roosevelt, C.H. 2003. “Tumulus Tomb Complexes, Distribution, and Significance in Lydian and Persian Period Lydia.” Annual Meeting of the Archaeological Institute of America, New Orleans, LA; 5 January 2003.

Roosevelt, C.H. 2002. “Lydian and Persian Period Site Distribution in Lydia.” Annual Meeting of the Archaeological Institute of America, Philadelphia, PA; January 2002.

CLAS session, Society of American Archaeology, Vancouver.

March 2008:

Luke, Christina and Christopher H. Roosevelt, Organizers “The Landscapes of Lydia, Western Turkey: Preliminary Results of the Central Lydia Archaeological Survey, 2005–2007.”

 

Roosevelt, C.H. and C. Luke  2008 “Introduction: Surveying the Landscapes of Central Lydia”

Besonen, M.R. and C.H. Roosevelt 2008 “Living in Central Lydia: Changing Environmental Conditions

Luke, C. and C.H. Roosevelt 2008 ” Shifting Places: Early Bronze through Iron Age settlement patterns in central Lydian landscapes”

Vining, B.R. and C.H. Roosevelt 2008  “Geophysical and Microtopographical GPS Survey at Kaymakçı, a Regional Capital of the Second Millennium bce”

Cooney, K.C.  2008 “Central Lydian Lithic Technologies from the Upper Paleolithic through the Bronze Age”

Boulanger, M.T, M.D. Glascock, C. Luke, D.J. Pullen, and C.H. Roosevelt 2008 “Ceramic Production in Central Lydia from the Early Bronze Age through the Late Lydian Period: Preliminary Results from Instrumental Neutron Activation Analysis (INAA)”

Wolff, N.P. 2008 “Micromorphology of Burial Landscapes in Central Lydia

Özgüner, N.P. and C.H. Roosevelt 2008 “Aerial Photography and High-Resolution Satellite Imagery: Assessing Landscape and Land-Use Changes in Central Lydia”

Pullen, D.J. Discussion

 

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