Ama Atlas onu duymuyordu. Atlas debeleniyordu. Ama onu aramak istemiyordu. Sesi nefes nefeseydi. Irmak "Atlas delirdi," dedi. Ne oldu? Gelenler Efe ve Necati'ydi. Irmak o an fark etti. Ama o bana dedi ki Ahmet hasta. Ama bir kaza oldu Bizi evden kovdu. Irmak onu burnundan soluyarak dinliyordu. Her ne olursa olsun, onu bulmak. Bekle beni. Bir taksiye el edip durdurdu. There's nothing like you and I baby.
Ama buna mecburdu. Biraz sorunlu, hepsi bu. Hepsi bu mu? Ellerini yere silkeledi. Beni engelledin, unuttun mu? Ben regl olamam. Ama sadece bir tane yoktu. Burada, bir tarafta ranzalar, iskeletler ve konteymrlar. İskeleti tutan ipleri keserken onu izledim.
En sonunda. Sonunda bikinimden ve o berbat. Gray neredeydi? Gray omuz silkti ve Claudine'e,. Gelen Claudinedi. Uzun bir sessizlik oldu. Sonra bu hale geldi. O zamanlar,. Celeste Littleton. Reglimi fark ettiyse de bir. Bir daha olamaz. Ben evliyim. Gray de onay verdi. Yasak ama bir o kadar. Ertesi sabah. Gray her. Belki de bu ada,. Benim saklayacak bir. O hep benim.
Yaban domuzu bile olabilir. En son radyo sinyali. Bu olay. Sonra olanlara inana-. Sesim titriyordu. En iyi. Bunlar, Bayan Ida Freeland ve. Deri bir kitap. O kadar. İspanyol'du galiba ve on yedi. Daha net. Saatlerce harita inceliyor. Kederli ve yitikti.
Benim bir. Elimi tuttu. Bunu ona anlatmamak bir ihanet. Palm Springs. Arayan Erikti. Hemen cevap verdi. Amazon Nehri kadar uzun ve bronzdu. Birlikte iki. Gabby ve ben dikkatle dinliyorduk. Daha iyi bir baraka yapmaya karar verdik. Adadan kurtulma fikri. Sonra bunu. Sevgili Maxy. Biliyorsun bu yaz. Ama kalbim bir. Merak etme, Bob bilmiyor. Bu gece beni The. Sen Cyclops. Sevgili Lda,. Senden bir mektup, hatta bir kartpostal, senin de.
Seni hayal ettim. Abimin kolunda. Sen onunla. Senden beni beklemeni istemekten. Beni bekler. Beni bekler misin? Sevgili Max,. Mektubunu onlarca kez okudum. Bu gece ve. Noel'de burada. Sevgili lda,. Salvini in Mazzoni et alii , op. See S. Mazzoni, A. CILT, , Ankara , p. See E. Mariotti in Mazzoni et alii , op. See G. Carpentero in Mazzoni et alii , op.
Summers M. We have to say that serious limits to a correct understanding of the initial localization of artefacts, the original distribution and composition of the archaeological record are posed by post-depositional activities such as human intervention and natural events. In particular, intense agricultural activities and erosion, previous visits to the site and collections carried out in past years, might have resulted in quite marked modifications of the original location of the artefacts and their consistency.
The collections of surface sherds carried out by O. Gurney and then by G. In the course of this season, a total of approximately ca.
The corpus consists of 10, potsherds for a total weight of approximately Kg ca. Very scarce is the amount of lithics. The sample of slags includes different variants of melted combustion residuals. The concentration within the same area of both slags and irregular geomagnetic anomalies could reflect an interconnected phenomenon. Chiti in Mazzoni et alii , op. Orsi in Mazzoni et alii , op. As for pottery, diagnostic and generic potsherds have been selected and recorded.
Preliminary ware and form typology applied to the sherds which were widespread all over the surveyed area, provided us valuable elements to date the occupation periods on the site. Iron Age period sherds show no specific concentration in any area, which may be the result of modern agricultural disturbances and erosion.
A considerable proportion of the collected sherds can only be dated to very broad periods, or overlaps two or more periods. For the moment we are able to present the ceramics according to very general chronological ranges. Typical findings distributed on the terrace are represented by curved and shallow bowls, with similar tempers and surface treatment.
The correspondence of 2nd millennium sherds and some buried structures identified by the geomagnetic survey can hardly be considered fortuitous. In particular, the density of Drab Ware diagnostic sherds over a limited area of the northern and eastern slopes may suggest that architectural remains appearing beneath the surface might belong to the Late Bronze Age period. The distribution of red-slipped sherds is homogeneous and covers wide sectors of the terrace with a major density on the south-eastern slopes of the terrace, where a fair number of diagnostic sherds, such as carinated bowls with triangular handles and sherds with impressed stamps, generally good markers of the karum and old Hittite period, are also mainly distributed.
Spouted jars and beak spouts and vertical handles have to be dated to the same span of time Fig. Some sectors of the site show traces of more intense occupation in certain periods. In fact the assemblage collected during a survey is not a random sample but is generally dominated by material that lay on or close to the original land surface.
According to the distribution of diagnostic sherds, the 2nd millennium material evidence appears to be concentrated mostly on the low slopes of the terrace. We have some types that we can hardly consider chronological markers of a century as they are represented in 2nd millennium BC assemblages of all periods.
In many cases, however, and in particular in the case of body sherds, this does not exclude the possibility that they may instead pertain to the Iron Age horizon. Taken together the and seasons of surveying provided us with the first pieces of systematic information about the occupational history of the mound. The preliminary analysis of the ceramics lead us to suggest the site was mainly occupied from the end of the Early Bronze Age to the Byzantine period, with an intensive occupation during the 2nd millennium BC: the majority of the collected and diagnostic sherds can be assigned in fact to this period.
The floruit of the occupation was most probably reached during the Late Roman and Byzantine period. The site has provided materials, pottery and tiles from the entire lower town or low terrace extension and its outskirts.
Scatters of materials tiles and pottery were also found in the hills to the south of the site and in the adjacent valleys and hillocks. In the Iron Age the area was apparently little settled; clearly no mounds or scatters of materials belong to this phase. The floruit phase of the site was reached in the course of the 2nd millennium BC.
During this period the site already covered more than 10 ha. The results and especially the sealing and the fragment of tablet give further hints to the identification of the site with a Hittite centre. We can resume the main points of the discussion: O.
According to the Spring festival, the Hittite king worshipped Mount Daha, the seat of a Storm God, after having reached Zippalanda, and moving to Ankuwa. It is however clear that only the exploration of the site will produce the final proof to this hypothesis. The next day, he reached Ankuwa. For the debate on the identification of Ankuwa, see Gurney , op. Akar Mariotti : archaeological survey areas, location of architectural remains and remarkable objects found on the surface by B. Carpentero and B.
Chiti plans. VI, Bu kabartma Dr. Dennert, Mittelbyzantinische Kapitelle. Studien zu Typologie und Chronologie, Bonn , 20, , kat. Kautzsch, Kapitellenstudien. Metzger, A. Pralong et J. Sodini, Paris , ,kat. Kautzsch, a. Strube, Polyeuktoskirche und Hagia Sophia. Zollt, Kapitellplastik Konstantinopels vom 4. Jahrhundert n. Asia Minor Studien 14 , Bonn , kat. Bouras, a. Guiglia Guidobaldi and C. Resim 6: Yoros Kalesinden kuzey sahili. Resim 7: Yoros kalesi sahili.
Lohmann , , Fig. Herodotos I. Lohmann , Held , Taf. Bammer , , Resim 9; Tomlinson , Tuchelt , 87, Fig. Baran , 25, Lev. Dipnot Kuros 49 cm. Fig Richter , Fig. Resim Production et Diffusion, Iconographie et Fonction. Efes Artemisionu. The Archaic Period, London. Jenkins, G. Waywell, British Museum Press, Papenfuss , V. Strocka Eds. November İn Berlin, Berlin, Ausgrabungen an der Heilagen Strasse und Der Ostbau, AA, Resim: 1 Resim: Resim: 5 Resim: Resim: 9 Resim: The Territorial Archaeological Survey of H.
Introduction: preliminary research The previous survey seasons focused on the suburbia or immediate surroundings of Sagalassos the area within a radius of 5 km from the city centre.
In the course of these years our knowledge on land use and settlement in this area has vastly expanded, showing a transition from a much diversified form of farming in the beginning, to semi-residential villas with olive or vineyards during the period AD , and then again a very intensive and varied form of farming ending in the later 6th century AD.
The Bereket Valley had already been the object of non-systematic reconnaissance surveys in , and in more recent years was also systematically drilled for sedimentological 1 2 3 H.
Waelkens, M. In: M. Waelkens and L. Leuven U. Kaniewski and E. In the course of the survey, several sites were discovered, some of which were already known in this area since or even before note. A fortified mountain top site, provided with cisterns and known as Kale located within the village. The site had been identified as being pre-Helenistic in date6. The village of Bereket , which contains many, mostly early Imperial architectural elements and altars, said to have come from the site of Kirselik, located to the west of Bereket7.
In the lower fields east of the village site, a mausoleum still standing upright at the time of G. The very rich architectural decoration of the monument clearly showed that it was of an early Imperial Augustan date and was carved by stone carvers coming from Sagalassos. This suggests the presence of an elite domain in the immediate vicinity of the mausoleum from the reign of Augustus onwards8. Aims Our primary aim was to gain information on the land use and occupation in selected sections of this area, in order to correlate the archaeological information with the palynological data.
The latter showed several phases of paleofires, both natural and anthropogenic ones. The latter certainly occur from Classical times onwards, with a first peak from ca. De Laet, E. Paulissen and M. Waelkens a. Long-term effects of human impact on mountainous ecosystems, western Taurus Mountains, Turkey, Journal of Biogeography 34 11 : ; Kaniewski, D.
Paulissen, V. De Laet, K. Dossche and M. De Laet and M. Waelkens et al. For references to older sources, see Waelkens et al. BC until AD , the elite ventured in long-term investments, such as olive cultivation first yield only after ca. Results The campaign was highly successful as site location within the Bereket basin could be followed throughout a long period of time. The site consists of a mountain top the actual Kale Tepe , surrounded on its southern side by a wall in dry rubble.
Inside, a number of structures could be delineated. Until some 25 years ago, this area was still cultivated, as extent terrace walls and abandoned wheat fields testify. Numerous sherds were picked up, some in 9 See the articles by Kaniewski mentioned in note 2. The outline of several structures could be mapped.
Preliminary dating of the pottery suggests an early occupation from the 7th to the 5th century BC cf. It is clear that occupation of the area predates the first clear signs of intensive cultivation in the pollen diagram.
In the Bereket basin Fig. Map 1. Where walking transects proved to be difficult because of wooded areas , the surveyors crossed the area at more irregular distances.
Most of this area is cultivated esp. The hills surrounding the valley are covered with wood, and here survey was more difficult. The data collected in this way will be added to the already computerised data of the previous surveys in GIS.
In order to gain more detailed information on land use, soil samples were taken for laboratory analyses on trace metals by the archaeometrist of our team cf. Several places of interest were noted, where archaeological material is either abundant or has specific characteristics.
The analysis of the finds has only been preliminary, a fuller analysis will occur later. It is noticeable in the landscape because of its slightly higher terrain and its distinct lighter colour. Large pottery fragments, flints, as well as parts of mudbrick walls can be seen at the surface. In the western part of the Bereket basin, the outline of the known site at Kirselik could clearly be traced on the basis of high densities of tiles, brick and domestic pottery during the transect survey.
The site covers an area of ca. Preliminary analysis of the pottery finds indicates a strong component of Late Helenistic to Middle Imperial times ca.
In view of the extent of the site, Kirselik 1 is either a small village or a large estate. The occurrence of sarcophagi in the neighbourhood, as well as many decorated architectural elements in the fields and in the modern village of Bereket, Fig. Guided by an earlier discovery of V. De Laet, the location of a small area of primary metal working iron was located in the middle of the wooded area above the village of Bereket metallurgy on Map. Numerous chunks of iron ore and slags were discovered, some of which were sampled.
However, it is apparent from the above that, in spite of its remoteness, the basin shows a very clear occupation pattern. Then there may have been a short period of pastoralism, documented by the palynological coring.
From the earlier Iron Age onwards 7th-5th century BC , however, as in most other valleys of the territory of Sagalassos, a well fortified hilltop site was established at Kale, defended both by its natural location and by its walls. This settlement seems to have reached its greatest expansion during Classical and Helenistic times.
The palynology note. Some Christian remains document the continuity of occupation of Moatra until late antiquity. Whether this was also the case for the estate is uncertain and even dubious as a deterioration of the climate according to the pollen record note. The seemingly post-Roman pottery around what was a watch tower near the eastern entrance to the valley suggest some form of occupation in post-Roman times.
The territorial archaeological survey of H. Currently a palynological coring programme is also being carried out in this basin, but its preliminary results concern the post 7th century AD period. The site offers wide views on the surrounding area and was clearly in use because 10 Waelkens, M.
Waelkens and J. Poblome eds Sagalassos III. The Kale itself was fortified with big limestone boulders over much of its top area Fig. Lower down the slopes, several secondary lines of defence were established. Over a surface of ca. The site esp. As at Bereket, the changed conditions of Imperial times, also lead to a transfer of the main settlement to the other site of the same mountain. The remains of at least one church were discovered, preserving an inscribed door lintel mentioning its donation by a deacon.
Much of the surface remains seem to relate to burials human bone fragments, glass bracelets, the remains of at least one in situ tile grave, remains of monumental tombs. However, the site was occupied as well, as is shown by the broad range of pottery shapes, and was involved in the cultivation of olives cf. At the moment it is difficult to separate the possibly different functions that the site fulfilled during subsequent chronological phases.
Preliminary, it seems that one is dealing with a Roman settlement, less defended by its location than its predecessor on the other site of the mountain, as this was no longer a condition during this period.
This was followed by an early Byzantine occupation of the site, during which period at least one church was erected. The Kale at that time, and possibly also earlier, was re-occupied, and possibly served as a refuge for the settlements inhabitants. Another parallel with the situation found in the Bereket Valley was the presence of the elite in the development of the countryside. The site consists of a number of large meadows which today offer excellent grazing land, fed by several springs, and is surrounded by pine-clad hills.
The ruins of several dozens of buildings can be noticed at the surface surrounding the meadows, but largely hidden and overgrown by Some of these structures were built with limestone ashlars and more elaborate architectural fragments columns, benches, door lintels. They represent the remains of several Roman monumental tombs throughout time.
These tombs were built both in ashlars and with fieldstones and embellished with columns, architraves, etc.
During the previous non-intensive surveys at Demirli, fragments of small statuary had already been found In the head of a life-sized female limestone statue of high quality, representing a woman with a hairdo inspired by that of Faustina Minor or Lucilla and thus belonging to the reign of Marcus Aurelius was recovered Fig.
Three olive press weights were noticed as well, indicating the economic basis of the settlement. However, purely residential structures could not yet be distinguished. They are possibly located higher on the slopes. Visibility here is minimal here and only few sherds could be collected. At some point during the later Helenistic period or rather at the beginning of the Roman period ca. This settlement remained the major nucleus throughout the next centuries ca. It was joined, in Roman times by an exclusive community of Roman landowners, living on the opposed north-western slopes of the same basin, who were buried near their estate s , at Demirli.
Olive cultivation must have constituted one of the pillars of the economic basis of these communities, but it cannot be excluded that as today the superb grazing lands of this yayla were exploited as well.. The later fate of this community is as yet unclear. After the 11 Waelkens et al.
Yet, the ongoing survey identified some new Middle to Late Bronze Age settlements in the Valley of Burdur, complementing what was already exposed there by J. This will be documented in the next survey reported. At the latest by the 8th century BC a new type of settlement clearly emerged: naturally and artificially extremely well-fortified hilltop settlements located in strategic positions, which each seems to have controlled a single valley.
This picture at first sight is also reflected by that of the Iron Age pottery studied in the ongoing PhD by D. Braekmans, who for the Early Iron Age apparently could identify pottery productions whose output almost never was spreading to neighbouring valley systems, but remained contained within their own valley. Erzurum sana da kalmaz. Ne oldu ki bize yorulduk? İsabetli bir isim. Orada bir okul var. Sen otel ile ilgili bilgi ver yeter. Bize oteli satman halinde bu odada kalmaya devam edebilirsin.
Beni bekletmeden orada bitiveriyordu. Bu da onlardan birisi. Yavruyu yitirdim oba virane. Kimsenin bize "PEH" demesi gibi bir beklentimiz yok. Deden de de mi utanmirsun? Nedelim Mahsun dedilerse.
Ne anan var ne baban. Buraya kadar normal. Kimin bu sigara? Tekrar kemal-i mehabetle yerlerimize avdet edelim. Buna emin ol. Biz gaza ile sorumluyuz. Bereket olup inerdi her yerine evin. Sevinin anneler, nineler sevinin. Bir daha,. Yoklar kadar var yok. Hangi kaynaktan beslenir? Gel gel eder serviler. Ben giderim yol kayar. Yolum beni rengine boyar. Bir bilebilsek giden yolcular. Nerede nefeslenir. Bilirler ki. Halk hainleri kovdu o gece. Bir gecede devlet kuruldu. Edebiyat Dizisinin 7.
Zevkle okuyuverdim bir solukta. Ne kadar bizden bir kitap. Odada bulunanlar da sebeplensin istedim. Sabaha kadar dinliyorum, ne zaman uyuyorum bilmiyorum. Elinde incecik bir kitap. Eee bu kadar. Tut kalemi kalemine. In this work, besides the presentation of pharmacological properties, the names of numerous herbs used in the manufacture of the medicines are a particularly salient feature. This study focuses on the names of the herbs contained in Alaim-i Cerrahin.
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