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Eskiçağ’da Kadın – Meltem Doğan Alparslan

İstanbul Üniversitesi

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09
March 2019, Saturday
Time: 14:30
Pisidia Antiokheia’sında Ay Tanrısı Men ve Hristiyanlık – Mehmet Özhanlı

Süleyman Demirel Üniversitesi

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21
February 2019, Thursday
Time: 17:30
New Assessments in the St. Nicholas Church and Monastery – Sema Doğan

Since the time it was first constructed, the St. Nicholas Church has gone through several stages of re-construction and repair as a result of natural disasters and attacks. While the first construction phase of the church was the basilica, which is believed to have been built o

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02
February 2019, Saturday
Time: 14:30
Sunken City of Kekova Archeological Surface / Underwater Surveys in Kekova Island – Underwater Protection and Rescue Excavation – Erdoğan Aslan

Kekova, which is the biggest island of our country on the Mediterranean coast, has a steep slope and mountainous structure. Although the mountainous structure of the island is not suitable for agriculture, it also restricts urban settlement. For this reason, only three parts

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26
January 2019, Saturday
Time: 14:30
Cities, Villages, Farmsteads Settlement Organization in Pisidia during the Hellenistic and Roman Imperial Periods – Bilge Ayça Polat Becks

The ancient region of Pisidia covered the modern provinces of Burdur, Isparta and Antalya, in the north of the Taurus Mts. in southwest Turkey. Hosting important cultures since prehistory the region was known for its warrior people during antiquity. The rough terrain of Pisidia

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17
January 2019, Thursday
Time: 17:30
Ahiler, Sufiler, Hatunlar, Beyler: Beyşehir’den Antalya’ya 14. Yüzyılda Sosyal Ağlar ve Zaviyeler – Oya Pancaroğlu

Boğaziçi Üniversitesi

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22
December 2018, Saturday
Time: 14:30
Prehistorik Çağlar’dan Günümüze Akdağlar’ın Yamacında Bir Likya Kenti: Tlos – Taner Korkut

Akdeniz Üniversitesi

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14
December 2018, Friday
Time: 17:30
Mount Kaf, as the Saying Goes: Relations between the Ottoman State and Caucasi – Mustafa Aydın

Caucasia, located at a significant crossroads from East to West and from North to South –that is, strategically located– has drawn the attention of many peoples and states (e.g. Scythians, Huns, Romans, Arabs, Khazars, Moguls), and have fallen under their hegemony.

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01
December 2018, Saturday
Time: 14:30
Antalya and its Vicinity under the Ottoman Rule – Fahrettin Tızlak

When the Antalya region came under the rule of Ottoman State in the late 14th century, it was included in the Ottoman administrative organization under the name Sanjak of Teke. This sanjak was originally connected to Anatolia Province. However, in 1812 it was connected to Ka

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22
November 2018, Thursday
Time: 17:30
MÖ 2. Binyılda Süper Güçler’in Doğu Akdeniz’de Hakimiyet Mücadelesi – Hasan Peker

M.Ö. 2. binyıl’ın ikinci yarısında Doğu Akdeniz ve Akdeniz Bölgesi’nin doğusu, Hitit İmparatorluğu için büyük önem taşımaktaydı.

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08
November 2018, Thursday
Time: 17:30
Certificate Program 2018

A certificate program on history, culture and archaeology will be organized for the second time this year by AKMED in the Old Town Kaleiçi, the heart of Antalya, between the dates 3 November-1 December 2018. the instruction language of the program will be Turkish.

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03
November 2018, Saturday
Location: Barbaros Mah. Kocatepe Sok. No: 22 07100 Kaleiçi Antalya Time: 09:00
Cumhuriyet, Yeni Hayat ve Toplumsal Travma 1918-1938 – Zafer Toprak

Cumhuriyet Türkiyesi Osmanlı İmparatorluğu’nun kalıntıları üzerine kurulmuştu. Savaş yıllarında büyük nüfus kaybına uğramış, hayat ümide 30’un altına düşmüştü. Tarihinde en yüksek oranına varan çocuk ölümleri ülkenin beşeri sermayesini tüketmişti.

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27
October 2018, Saturday
Time: 14:30