The myth of Fethiye Burdur fault zone, SW Anatolia (Turkey)

Kaymakcı, Nuretdin
Özkaptan, Murat
Uzel, Bora
Koç, Ayten
Gülyüz, Erhan
Sözbilir, Hasan
Özacar, Atilla Arda


The World of Figurines in the Neolithic and Chalcolithic Aegean: The Case of Uğurlu Höyük on Gökçeada (Imbros)
Gemici, Hasan Can; Atakuman, Çiğdem (BAR Publishing, 2021-04-01)
The World of figurines in the neolithic and early chalcolithic North Aegean: the case of Uğurlu Höyük - Gökçeada
Gemici, Hasan Can; Atakuman, Çiğdem; Department of Settlement Archaeology (2018)
This thesis is aimed at the investigation of figurines recovered from the site of Uğurlu Höyük in Gökçeada, Turkey. It has previously been put forward that similar prehistoric figurines symbolized religious entities. Recent studies, however, have shown that such interpretations are not supported by scientific analyses. In order to understand the function of figurines in Uğurlu Höyük, this study approaches these objects based on an assessment of their thematic variation, standardization and abstraction, an e...
Ege Taşrasında “Modern”in Mitleşmesi: Kemer (Bozdoğan, Aydın) Ve Demirköprü (Salihli, Manisa) Baraj Siteleri Ve Lojmanları
Ünsal Gülmez, Nilay (Middle East Technical University, Faculty of Architecture, 2015-12-15)
Dam projects examined in this text involve not only the construction of the dam itself but also the construction of a settlement, almost a microcosmos that would meet all the needs of the employee during the construction and later performance of the setting. Kemer and Demirkopru dam sites and lodgings, which were constructed in the 1950's, share both contextual and formal features. Moreover, both are examined as genuine cases within the general framework of "workers' housing" providing accommodation for the...
The Story of Istanbul's Modernisation
Tekeli, İlhan (2010-01-01)
Since reform started under Ottoman rule in the early 19th century, Istanbul has undergone a substantial period of modernisation that has spanned more than 150 years. ilhan Tekeli outlines the metropolis' enduring development, characterising Istanbul's transformation into a modern city into four distinct periods. It is a story that bridges the collapse of the Ottoman Empire and the reconstruction of the Turkish Republic as a nation-state, with the initial demise of the city in favour of Ankara; and continues...
The persistence of a sacred patrilineage in contemporary Turkey: an ethnographic account on the Ulusoy family, the descendants of Hacı Bektaş Veli
Salman, Meral; Şen, Mustafa; Department of Sociology (2012)
This ethnographic study is on a sacred patrilineage, on the Ulusoy family members who are widely accepted by the Alevi Bektaşi communities as the descendants of the eponymous founder of the Bektaşi Order, Hacı Bektaş Veli. In line with the Shi’ite tradition, it is claimed that Hacı Bektaş Veli inherited the batin, the esoteric aspect of the knowledge and the type of spirituality of this knowledge - walaya, by genealogical chain traced back to Ahl-al Bayt, and therefore undertook an initiating and supervisor...
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N. Kaymakcı et al., “The myth of Fethiye Burdur fault zone, SW Anatolia (Turkey),” Ankara, Türkiye, 2018, vol. 1, p. 42, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: