For many years western Anatolia was one of the least known cultural landscapes in the second–millennium BCE eastern Mediterranean, overshadowed by its better-known neighbors in Hittite central Anatolian and Minoan and Mycenaean cultural spheres. Owing to the efforts of recent decades, it is becoming possible to grasp the character of western Anatolian identity, or rather identities, as well as their place(s) in the Bronze Age world. Co-organized in partnership with Koç University in Istanbul and Tübingen University.
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