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Summary

Direkli Mağarası N to Döngel village.

Class:

  • Rural settlement
  • visible
  • Location ± 0-5 m.
(see also PELAGIOS)

Identifiers:

Nearby

Kanč'

Kanč' - Fort; AD 300 - AD 640; Pleiades #658493

Fortress

Fortress

Roman Graves

Roman Graves

Images

Surroundings (Panoramio)

Annotation

Direkli Cave is an  Epipaleolithic (Upper Paleolithuc) hunters-gathers site. It was discovered in 1958 by I. E. Kokten  and explored in 1958.

See:

  1. Benjamin Arbuckle, Cevdet Merih Erek: Late Epipaleolithic hunters of the central Taurus: Faunal remains from Direkli Cave, Kahramanmaraş, TurkeyLate Epipaleolithic hunters of the central Taurus: Faunal remains from Direkli Cave, Kahramanmaraş, Turkey; International Journal of Osteoarchaeology , 2010 - https://www.academia.edu/921654     
  2. Cevdet Merih Erek,  Direkli Cave: The Significance of Fire and Female Figurines in the Paleo-Landscape during the Epi-paleolithic Period, pp, 151-163 - https://www.academia.edu/12002845
  3. http://arkeofili.com/direkli-magarasinda-12-500-yillik-yuvarlak-yapilar-bulundu/
  4. http://www.megalithic.co.uk/article.php?sid=23816
  5. Daniel T. Potts, A Companion to the Archaeology of the Ancient Near East, John Wiley & Sons 2015, p. 148