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A Journey to the Homeric Landscape Troy

#smrgKİTABEVİA Journey to the Homeric Landscape Troy - 2022

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A Journey to the Homeric Landscape Troy -        2022
A Journey to the Homeric Landscape Troy - 2022 #smrgKİTABEVİ
100 Epic Journeys with old Maps, Gravures and total of 245 Images between 8th century BCE and 20th century Travelogues have the function of a cultural mirror for the places in the period they were written. Being a vivid description of time and space, reflecting the structure of the period in which they were written, gives us the opportunity to look at history from a different perspective.

In the past, traveling was an event in itself. Seas, mountains, and deserts were crossed, new places and people were met. Whether the traveler's writings are long or short, from ancient Troia to Troy at the beginning of the 20th century, what is written, drawn, observed, and perceived about the city and region are important documents.

This book is a study on the evaluation of Troy interpretations in the works written by 100 important travelers who came to the Troy region, and each exhibited different characteristics from different perspectives.

"An attempt to tell the history of journeys as accurately and fully as can be done in a single volume" It draws on a vast primary source material never before greatly available to researchers. It reflects no point of view other than an academic's obligation to be as objective and fair as possible. It is written to be read as a reference source book by anyone from an academic to a high school student and especially by those in between.

RÜSTEM ASLAN Born in 1965 in Sivas, Turkey and graduated from the Istanbul University, Dept. of Prehistory, and obtained his PhD. in 2006 in Prehistoric Archaeology from the University of Tübingen (Germany), studying with Prof. Dr. Manfred Korfmann.
He then started his academic career at Çanakkale Onsekiz Mart University (Turkey) and currently continues to teach at the University as a professor. Since 1988 he has been a member of the excavations team at Troy, and between 2007 and 2011 he directed a survey project on the Troad that focused on recording and mapping the Bronze Age Settlements System around Troy.
In 2013, he became Director of the Troy Excavations in northwest Turkey. His recent seminars have dealt with archaeological topography of the Troad and the Archaeology of Troy. He has published over 100 scientific papers and 12 books.