Gordion

Gordion:

see GordiumGordium
, ancient city of Asia Minor, in Phrygia and later Galatia, now in Turkey, 50 mi (80 km) SW of Ankara. It was the capital of Phrygia from c.1000 to 800 B.C. Excavations conducted since 1950 have revealed Hittite, Phrygian, Persian, Gallo-Grecian, and Greco-Roman remains.
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They discuss the urban history of the city, including its archaeology, its administration and extramural residence and industry, the roofing of homes, the architectural context of the Antiochus III inscriptions, religious life, and the city plan; the relationship of the city to its hinterland, including the Lydian countryside, the context of the geopolitical triangle of western Asia Minor, Athens, and Gordion; and key bodies of archaeological evidence.
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Baughan accepts the new Gordion chronology in her discussion of rock-cut chamber tombs in Phrygia, as well as a late date for Arslan Kaya (sixth century BC), relegating dissenting opinions to brief citations in her notes--with uncertain consequences for the dating of these Phrygian tombs (pp.
(1) Gencer Ozcan, "Turkish Israeli Relations in Crisis: Living with the Gordion Knot", Hellenic Studies, Vol.20, No.
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(34) Probably illegally excavated in Phrygian Tumuli either at the ancient site of Gordion, today's Sakarya, or at some other Central Anatolian site.
More importantly, it has to do with a Gordion Knot of the current Turkish political scene.
Here, his emotional or social memory has an active function (Gordion, 2008, s.56).
Soft rot decay and wood pseudomorphs in an ancient coffin (700 BC) from tumulus MM at Gordion, Turkey.
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