Geç Neolitik'te Zaman, Mekan ve Ritüel: Domuztepe'de İnsan, Mekan ve Nesne Gömüleri



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It has been suggested that a new social and economic unit that may be called as "the autonomous household" emerged during the later stages of Neolithization in the Near East. Although a stage wise development of households has been continuously observed in Central Anatolia and the North Levant, the same process has been difficult to observe in West Anatolia. Excavations at Ulucak Höyük in İzmir has provided one of the earliest and most continuous sequences of the Neolithic Process in West Anatolia. Through ...
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This study examines the reinvention of ancient traditions of Kyrgyz people in terms of aksakal courts which are aspects of legal pluralism in Kyrgyzstan and women’s position with respect to aksakal courts’ judgments. From a historical perspective, this thesis aims to analyze how the pre-Soviet identities and traditions mutated, adapted and survived until today, forming modern state institutions and social practices. In this study, it is argued that the current pluralist legal system brought with the establi...
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Ç. Atakuman and D. Erdem, “Geç Neolitik’te Zaman, Mekan ve Ritüel: Domuztepe’de İnsan, Mekan ve Nesne Gömüleri,” pp. 143–174, 2015, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: