Beycesultan

(from the article `art and architecture, Anatolian`) At Beycesultan, buildings that were almost certainly religious shrines were uncovered—a find of some interest, since temples are virtually unknown in ... ...was used for pins and simple implements. But there are occasional glimpses of a greater sophistication: a copper mace-head ...
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Beycesultan

Beycesultan (pron) is an archaeological site in western Anatolia, located about 5 km southwest of the modern-day city of Çivril in the Denizli Province of Turkey. It lies in a bend of an old tributary of Büyük Menderes River (Maeander River), ==History== Beycesultan was occupied beginning in the Late Chalcolithic period. This large mound is alm...
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