Inhabiting Catalhoeyuk : Reports from the 1995-99 seasons Hardback
by Ian Hodder
Part of the McDonald Institute Monographs series
Volume 4 deals with various aspects of the habitation of Catalhoeyuek.
Part A embarks on a discussion of the relationship between the site and its environment, using a wide range of evidence from faunal and charred archaeobotanical remains.
Part B looks at evidence from human remains which inform us about diet and lifestyle, as well as wider issues of population dynamics and social structure, including a consideration of population size. Part C looks at the sediments at Catalhoeyuek, exploring ways in which houses and open spaces in the settlement were lived in.
In all of these ways, a picture is built up of the way in which people moved through and lived in the natural and cultural environment of the places we subsume under the name of 'Catalhoeyuek'.
- Format: Hardback
- Pages: 446 pages
- Publisher: McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research
- Publication Date: 05/06/2005
- Category: Archaeology by period / region
- ISBN: 9781902937229