With contributions by
Peter Attema Pia Guldager Bilde, Tymon de Haas, Wieke de Neef, Jan Delvigne, Søren Handberg, Sergej B. Lancov, Cornelius Meyer, M.J.L. Th. Niekus, Dana Pilz, T.V. Sapelko, Tatyana Smekalova, Vladimir F. Stolba, D.A. Subetto, , van Kruining Marlies and Christina Williamson
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This book is a publication of the Danish-Dutch-Ukrainian survey project carried out in 2007 and 2008 on both sides of Lake Dzarylgac - that is, in the hinterland of the ancient Greek settlement of Panskoe I on the Tarchankut Peninsula (Northwestern Crimea). The project was the first systematic, intensive survey in the region, and its aim was to investigate the landscape from prehistory until early modern times. The publication concludes that the region was most intensively settled in the Late Classical and Early Hellenistic period. The results were spectacular: a large number of undisturbed Greek and indigenous sites were identified, which have completely changed our understanding of ancient settlement patterns in the region.
Table of contents
Vol. 1: Text
Field methodology, recording and analytical procedures
Environmental aspects of the DSP landscape
The settlement data of the DSP landscape
The material culture of the DSP landscape
Prehistory and history of the DSP landscape
The broader Tarchankut and Western Crimean context
Vol. 2: Plates
Sanne Lind Hansen
MA in ethnography and classical archeology, and trained from the Danish School of Journalism. Sanne works primarily with the travel books series Vide verden and publications in anthropology, archeology and early history. She is also responsible for foreign sales and commission agreements, and is the longest serving editor at the Press. A generation ago, she was employed at Antiquities at the National Museum.
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