Some evidence on the first known residents of Katakekaumene (Burned Lands)
E. Akdeniz The Mediterranean Archaeology & Archaeometry 11.1 (2011): 69-74.
Περίληψη (στα Αγγλικά)
During the surface researches which we initiated to identify the Prehistoric and Protohistoric cultures in the geography of the city of Manisa located at a highly strategic point in the Western Anatolia, examinations were carried out also in the volcanic area known as “Katakekaumene” in the Ancient Age. In our studies on this land, we examined the human-animal fossil foot prints which had been found accidentally during the construction of Demirköprü Dam. In a location very close to these prints, the first rock painting of the region was detected. The point that should be elaborated is the link between these rock paintings and the owners of the discovered foot prints.
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