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BAÇH Team, Catalhoyuk Research Project
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Architecture, Burial, Day by Day, Event, Fieldwork, Fieldworking, Guide, Landscape, People, Spaces_Places
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This chapter "Research Methodology" by Ruth Tringham and Mirjana Stevanovic describes aspects of the excavation, recording, sampling, and analysis methodologies practiced in the BACH project
NORTH and 4040 Areas of the East Mound. Figure 2.14 of LHotH, printed edition
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BAÇH Team, Catalhoyuk Research Project
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Guide, Landscape, Spaces_Places
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The BACH area in relation to the neighboring buildings in the NORTH and 4040 Areas. Figure 2.14 of Last House on the Hill, printed edition
Using the Harris Matrix. Figure 2.12 of the Last House on the Hill, printed edition
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BAÇH Team, Catalhoyuk Research Project
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Event, Features, Fieldwork, Fieldworking, People, Spaces_Places
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Using the Harris Matrix in the BACH Area a) constructing the sequence of depositional events in 1999; (b) matrix of the northeast platform (F.173). Figure 2.12 of the Last House on the Hill, printed edition
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BAÇH Team, Catalhoyuk Research Project
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Architecture, Burial, Day by Day, Event, Features, Fieldworking, Food: Storing Preparation and Eating, Photography/Videography
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Video record of Events in the BACH Area of Çatalhöyük on June 14, 2001;
A filled-in unit recording form. Figure 2.7 of LHotH, printed edition
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BAÇH Team, Catalhoyuk Research Project
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Day by Day, Fieldwork, Fieldworking, Guide
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An example of a filled-in unit recording form/sheet (unit 6641). Figure 2.7 of Last House on the Hill, printed edition
Collecting a sample for micromorphological analysis. Figure 2.6 of LHotH printed edition
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BAÇH Team, Catalhoyuk Research Project
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Event, Fieldwork, Fieldworking, People
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Wendy Matthews collecting a sample for micromorphological analysis from the ‘clean’ area of the collapsed roof of Building 3. Figure 2.6 of Last House on the Hill, printed edition
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BAÇH Team, Catalhoyuk Research Project
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BACH_afterlives, Fieldworking, General, Guide, Landscape, People
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This chapter "Introduction to the BACH Project" outlines the general aims and history of the University of California at Berkeley (BACH) research project at Çatalhöyük, Turkey
Invisible BACH Area. Figure 1.8.
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BAÇH Team, Catalhoyuk Research Project
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Event, Fieldworking, Landscape
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Views of the invisible BACH area (A) in 2004, (B) in 2007. Figure 1.8 of Last House on the Hill, printed edition
Building 3 in 2002. Figure 1.7
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BAÇH Team, Catalhoyuk Research Project
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Architecture, Features, Fieldwork, Fieldworking, Guide, Spaces_Places
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Aerial photo of Building 3 in 2002. Figure 1.7 in LHotH, printed edition
Çatalhöyük Mounds. Figure 1.4.
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BAÇH Team, Catalhoyuk Research Project
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Fieldwork, Fieldworking, General, Guide, Landscape, Spaces_Places
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Contour map showing the excavation area of the West and East Mounds at Çatalhöyük. Figure 1.4 of Last House on the Hill, printed edition
The BACH team in 2000. Figure 1.1.
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BAÇH Team, Catalhoyuk Research Project
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Architecture, Event, Fieldwork, Fieldworking, People, Spaces_Places
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The BACH team in 2000 (A) outside the BACH shelter, (B) inside Building 3. Figure 1.1 of Last House on the Hill, printed edition
Map of Neolithic Anatolia. Figure 1.2
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BAÇH Team, Catalhoyuk Research Project
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General, Guide, Landscape
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Çatalhöyük in the context of early Neolithic sites in Anatolia and adjacent regions. Figure 1.2 of Last House on the Hill, printed edition (after Hodder, et al., 2007, figure 1.1)

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