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Nemrud Dagi

The Hierothesion of Antiochus I of Commagene - Results of the American Excavations Directed by Theresa B. Goell Volume 1: Texts Volume 2: Illustrations

Edited by Donald H. Sanders
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These two volumes chronicle the pioneering efforts of Theresa Goell and international teams to record accurately and comprehensively the material remains of Nemrud Dagi, to interpret their meaning, and to provide access for the scholarly community to the wealth of data heretofore unavailable. Donald Sanders has here brought those efforts to fruition by publishing the results of the survey and excavations in the first comprehensive report on the site in more than a century. Volume 1 contains the written reports on excavations, edited and supplemented by Sanders. Volume 2 contains more than 600 illustrations, including many line drawings and photos never before published. This publication will provide researchers with much information pertinent to the art, history, and religion of Hellenistic Asia Minor and the Seleucid dynasty.

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Publisher: Eisenbrauns
Publication date: 1996
Bibliographic info: xliv + 528 pages + xxiv + 333 pages + 6 foldouts
Language(s): English


Cover: Cloth



"These two massive, beautifully provided volumes assemble the results of the excavations conducted under the direction of T. Goell at the Hierothesion of King Antiochos I of Commagene at Nemrud Dagi in southeastern Anatolia. This book presents an overview of the results of the excavations. It is a heroic effort to assemble a coherent text from manuscripts--written by various authors, in different states of completion. These volumes offer an excellent combination of scholarly analysis and a sense of the wonder and difficulties of the site and of the personalities of the excavators, particularly of the late Theresa Goell."--Susan B. Downey, UCLA in BASOR307

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