Rauh, Nicholas K., "Rough Cilicia Archaeological Survey Project: Report of the 1997 Season" (2018). Rough Cilicia Archaeological Survey Project, 1996-2011. Paper 2.
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Ancient Greece, archaeological survey, pottery, Turkey
During the 1997 season the architectural specialists of the Rough Cilicia Regional Survey Team, Rhys Townsend and Michael Hoff, completed analysis of two urban sites -- Selinus and the upper city of Antioch on the Kragos as well as a plan of the "village" Site 28-c-2-a-1 near Kestros. In addition, the walking team directed by Professor Richard Blanton, completed a sweep of approximately 100 sq. km. to complement the 1996 total of c. 50 sq. km. in the northern vicinity of Gazipasha, Turkey. The team surveyed the entire southern coastal portion of our intended survey zone. The work occurred within a 3-5 km strip of coastal terrain extending from Selinus in the north, past Kestros and Nephelion to Antioch in the south.