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Images for 2009–2010 project grant reports
Fig. 2: Plan of excavation areas at Kilise Tepe, 2007–2009 (Jackson 2009–2010)

Fig. 2: Plan of excavation areas at Kilise Tepe, 2007–2009 (Jackson 2009–2010)

Fig. 2: Plan of excavation areas at Kilise Tepe, 2007–2009 (drafted by C. Colantoni). The areas investigated by the Byzantine teams lie directly to the east and south of the church and in areas N and O to the southeast.

Fig. 2: Plan of excavation areas at Kilise Tepe, 2007–2009 (Jackson 2009–2010) - Read More…

Fig. 4: View to the south of spaces on the northern part of the complex (Jackson 2009–2010)

Fig. 4: View to the south of spaces on the northern part of the complex (Jackson 2009–2010)

Fig. 4: View to the south of spaces on the northern part of the complex. Note the doorway to the left of the picture in the foreground and the location of the fire installations in the internal bench in the space to the south (photo 1123, B. Miller, University of Canberra).

Fig. 4: View to the south of spaces on the northern part of the complex (Jackson 2009–2010) - Read More…

Fig. 2: Plan showing the excavated areas on the terrace and the results of geophysical scanning (Snively 2009–2010)

Fig. 2: Plan showing the excavated areas on the terrace and the results of geophysical scanning (Snively 2009–2010)

Fig. 2: Plan showing the excavated areas on the terrace (in the middle) and the results of geophysical scanning (upper left and right). The apse of the church appears in grid squares L/M18

Fig. 2: Plan showing the excavated areas on the terrace and the results of geophysical scanning (Snively 2009–2010) - Read More…

Fig. 2: Map of Grid 17 with salvage excavation walls (Çağaptay-Arıkan 2009–2010)

Fig. 2: Map of Grid 17 with salvage excavation walls (Çağaptay-Arıkan 2009–2010)

Fig. 2: Map of Grid 17 with salvage excavation walls. The red outline represents the shape of the grid, with the black dot as 0,0. The blue rectangles are the locations of walls visible in the salvage excavation and where they would intersect the GPR grid. Some of these walls were visible in the grid maps.

Fig. 2: Map of Grid 17 with salvage excavation walls (Çağaptay-Arıkan 2009–2010) - Read More…

Fig. 4: Reflection profile 17, x = 8.5 in the amplitude maps, showing several of the features visible in the slice maps (Çağaptay-Arıkan 2009–2010)

Fig. 4: Reflection profile 17, x = 8.5 in the amplitude maps, showing several of the features visible in the slice maps (Çağaptay-Arıkan 2009–2010)

Fig. 4: Reflection profile 17, x = 8.5 in the amplitude maps, showing several of the features visible in the slice maps. At 2 m a wall is visible. This is feature #4 from the slice maps. Between 6–10 m there is a floor surface visible at the surface of the grid. This is a modern sidewalk. At 18 m there is a deeply buried wall at 30 ns. This is feature #6 from the slice maps. Finally at 20 m there is a floor surface visible that is part of feature #2, the surface visible in the 17–22 ns horizontal slice map map.

Fig. 4: Reflection profile 17, x = 8.5 in the amplitude maps, showing several of the features visible in the slice maps (Çağaptay-Arıkan 2009–2010) - Read More…