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Summary

Resuloğlu Bronze Age necropolis. Known also as Araçlar or Keseli Pinar Mevkii.

Class:

  • Grave or burial field
  • visible
  • Location ± 0-5 m.
(see also PELAGIOS)

Identifiers:

Nearby

Resuloğlu Höyük

Bronze Age settlement.

Images

Surroundings (Panoramio)

Annotation

Resuloglu Höyük located NW of the Resuloglu village was identified as archaeological site in 1998 by Tunç Sipahi and Tayfun Yıldırı. In 2003 started the excavations. Next seasons yielded an extramural cemetery (201 graves were unearthed) dated to the last quarter of third millenium BC. The gaves consists of pithoi and stone-cist graves equipped with weapons. The fabrics unearthed in graves allow to exact date.

See:

  1. Tayfun Yildirim: An Early Bronze Age cemetery at Resuloğlu, near Uğurludağ, Çorum. A preliminary report of the archaeological work carried out between years 2003-2005, Anatolia Antiqua Année 2006, Volume 14 N. 1 pp. 1-14 - http://www.persee.fr/doc/anata_1018-1946_2006_num_14_1_1061
  2. Özlem Tütüncüler: Çorum-resuloğlu eski tunç çağı mezarlığı'nda kumaş kullanımına ilişki yeni burgular, in: Anadolu / Anatolia 30, 2006, pp. 137-148
  3. Thomas Zimmermann, Tayfun Yıldırım, Latif Özen & Abdullah Zararsız, 'All that glitters is not gold, nor all that sparkles silver' - fresh archaeometrical data for Central Anatolian Early Bronze Age metalwork - http://antiquity.ac.uk/projgall/zimmerman321/