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H 276 x W 203 mm

134 pages

96 figures, 4 tables (colour throughout)

Published Mar 2022

Archaeopress Access Archaeology


Paperback: 9781803271996

Digital: 9781803272009

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Black Sea; Mediterranean; Underwater Archaeology; Cultural Heritage

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SOMA 2016: Proceedings of the 20th Symposium on Mediterranean Archaeology

Saint Petersburg, 12-14 May 2016

Edited by Hakan Öniz, Sergey Fazlullin

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SOMA 2016 focused on the archaeology of the Northern Black Sea; while rich in archaeological sites, the region is also subject to active industrial development. In addition to archaeological finds in various parts of the Mediterranean, papers focus on new ideas for the conservation and management of sites of historical and cultural heritage.



New Results of Excavations at Ancient Myrmekion – Alexander Butyagin ;

The Urartian Kingdom in the Mount Ağrı (Ararat) Region – Aynur Özfirat ;

The Turban Alopekis Painter – Dmitry S. Vasko ;

Texts, Writings and Decorative Features of the Inscriptions of the Yusuf Agha Library, Konya – İbrahim Kunt and Murat Karademir ;

Trade and Transportation in the Light of the Mosaic Floors of the Holy Land – Lihi Habas ;

Maritime and Underwater Cultural Heritage of Cyprus: Modern Methods of Presentation – Maria Ates and Sergey Fazlullin ;

Protection of Cultural Heritage in the United Kingdom – Nikolaev Ivan Romanovich ;

The Underwater Park and Its Visitor Centre – Nikolaev Ivan Romanovich ;

Relations Between the Northern Black Sea and Western Anatolia in the Archaic and Classical Periods – Sergey Solovyev ;

Jewellery Production and the Examples Made by the Kavurmacı Family of Crimean Tartars Living in Ilgin – Sibel Karademir ;

Archaeological investigations at Anogyra-Vlou, Cyprus – Vladimir A. Goroncharovskiy

About the Author

Hakan Oniz completed his masters and PhD in Underwater Archaeology at Selçuk University, Konya. He manages several Underwater Archaeology research and excavation projects on the Turkish Mediterranean Coast, is Secretary and bureau member of ICOMOS-ICUCH (International Committee of Underwater Cultural Heritage), a member of the UNESCO National Observation Committee of Underwater Archaeology, and a member of the CMAS Scientific Committee. ;

Sergey Fazlullin is President of the Russian Underwater Activities Confederation, Associate Professor of the Department of Museology of the Russian State Humanitarian University and a corresponding member of the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences. Since 1982, he has been collaborating with leading Russian universities as a supervisor of field marine practices and theses.