This paper focuses on Western Anatolia (present-day Western Turkey) under Achaemenid control. It aims at outlining the interplay of different cultural horizons in Western Anatolian material culture through a wide range of evidence. First, I shall assess some methodological issues regarding Anatolia in the Persian period. Second, I shall outline an overview of the debate concerning the visibility and presence of Achaemenid culture in the peripheries, in particular in Western Anatolia. Finally, I shall analyse a specific case study in order to outline the emergence of the Achaemenid horizons alongside the other cultures in Western Anatolian material evidence.

A Multi-Horizon Perspective. Western Anatolian Material Evidence in the Persian Period

A. Poggio
2019

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This paper focuses on Western Anatolia (present-day Western Turkey) under Achaemenid control. It aims at outlining the interplay of different cultural horizons in Western Anatolian material culture through a wide range of evidence. First, I shall assess some methodological issues regarding Anatolia in the Persian period. Second, I shall outline an overview of the debate concerning the visibility and presence of Achaemenid culture in the peripheries, in particular in Western Anatolia. Finally, I shall analyse a specific case study in order to outline the emergence of the Achaemenid horizons alongside the other cultures in Western Anatolian material evidence.
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Western Anatolia, Achaemenid horizon, material culture, visibility of Achaemenid culture
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