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BAÇH Team, Catalhoyuk Research Project
Category: 
Architecture, Burial, Day by Day, Event, Fieldwork, Fieldworking, Guide, Landscape, People, Spaces_Places
Summary: 
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
Invisible BACH Area  2008. Figure 1.9.
Community: 
BAÇH Team, Catalhoyuk Research Project
Category: 
Event, Fieldwork, Fieldworking, Landscape
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The BACH Area in 2008 is under a grand new shelter, but still all but invisible. Figure 1.9 of Last House on the Hill, printed edition
Filling in the BACH Area. Figure 2.22 of LHotH, printed edition
Community: 
BAÇH Team, Catalhoyuk Research Project
Category: 
BACH_afterlives, Day by Day, Event, Fieldwork, Fieldworking, People, Spaces_Places
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Filling in the BACH Area in 2004: (a) preparing Spaces 87, 88, and 89 (b) emptying sacks of dry ‘sterile’ soil into the vacuum left by Building 3. Figure 2.22 of Last House on the Hill, printed edition
Conserving basket. Figure 2.21 of LHotH, printed edition
Community: 
BAÇH Team, Catalhoyuk Research Project
Category: 
Artifact, Event, Features, Fieldwork, Fieldworking, Food: Storing Preparation and Eating, People
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Conserving the basket in Space 158 in 2000. Figure 2.21 of Last House on the Hill, printed edition.
Specialists discuss the roof remains. Figure 2.18 of LHotH, printed edition
Community: 
BAÇH Team, Catalhoyuk Research Project
Category: 
Architecture, Event, Features, People
Summary: 
Specialists discussing the sampling of the collapsed roof remains in 1998. Figure 2.18 of Last House on the Hill, printed edition.
Conserving the Roof. Figure 2.19 of LHotH, printed editioon
Community: 
BAÇH Team, Catalhoyuk Research Project
Category: 
Architecture, Event, Features, Fieldwork, Fieldworking, People
Summary: 
Carving up the roof remains for archive blocks and microstratigraphic sampling. Figure 2.19 of the Last House on the Hill, printed edition
Sampling the roof. Figure 2.20 of LHotH, printed edition
Community: 
BAÇH Team, Catalhoyuk Research Project
Category: 
Architecture, Event, Features, Fieldwork, Fieldworking, People
Summary: 
Collecting in situ samples in and around the BACH Area collapsed roof in 1998. Figure 2.20 of Last House on the Hill, printed edition
Priority tour in the BACH Area. Figure 2.17 of LHotH, printed edition
Community: 
BAÇH Team, Catalhoyuk Research Project
Category: 
Event, Fieldwork, Fieldworking, People
Summary: 
Discussion between excavators and specialists at a Priority Tour in 1999. Figure 2.17 of the Last House on the Hill, printed edition
Storage at Çatalhöyük. Figure 2.16 of LHotH, printed edition
Community: 
BAÇH Team, Catalhoyuk Research Project
Category: 
Artifact, BACH_afterlives, General, Landscape, People
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One of the secure locations of the physical data from the BACH project 1999. Figure 2.16 of LHotH, printed edition
Compound of CRP. Figure 2.15 of LHotH printed edition
Community: 
BAÇH Team, Catalhoyuk Research Project
Category: 
General, Landscape, People
Summary: 
The compound at the base of the East Mound, as it appeared in 1998. Figure 2.15 of Last House on the Hill, printed edition
NORTH and 4040 Areas of the East Mound. Figure 2.14 of LHotH, printed edition
Community: 
BAÇH Team, Catalhoyuk Research Project
Category: 
Guide, Landscape, Spaces_Places
Summary: 
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
Community: 
BAÇH Team, Catalhoyuk Research Project
Category: 
BACH_afterlives, Fieldwork, Fieldworking, Guide
Summary: 
This part summarizes the strategies of research, analysis, and interpretation of the CRP, adding details specific to the BACH project (Chapter 2), and adding discussion specifically on the digital documentation of the BACH research (Chapter 3)

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