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Faculty of Oriental Studies
University of Cambridge
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Roger J. Matthews, Nicholas Postgate (2001) Contextual analysis of the use of space at two Near Eastern Bronze Age sites [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1000206
This archive represents the raw material of a project designed to collect and analyse data from two Near Eastern excavations, Tell Brak in north-eastern Syria, and Kilise Tepe in southern Turkey. The project was jointly initiated by Dr. R.J. Matthews and J.N. Postgate, and was funded by the Leverhulme Trust (Grant F757).
These data were intended to throw light on the use of space within two different urban settlements, and, by adopting standardised objectives and procedures, to enable comparison between the same phenomena at two different sites.
The archive consists of