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        Adalya V/2001-2002
        The Contents and Abstracts;

 

Burak TAKMER*
Ebru N. AKDOÐU-ARCA**
"Comments on the Fragment by Panyasis Based on the Personage of Ogyges: A Re-evaluation of the Myth of "Bellerophon" and the Early History of Lycia"
P. 1-34

 

Tarkan KAHYA*
"Patara Dark Age Pottery"
P. 35-58

 

S. Gökhan TİRYAKİ*
"On the Inception of the Wine-Cod and its Development in Anatolia, in the Light of the Ivriz Relief"
P. 59-72

 

Mehmet ÖZHANLI*
"Isında: the Isında Pillar Tomb"
P. 73-106

 

Serra DURUGÖNÜL*
"Development of Ancient Settlements in Cilicia"
P. 107-120

 

A. Vedat ÇELGİN*
"The Gods of Termessos: Three Inscriptions from the City which Document New Epithets and Cults of Artemis in the City (A Preliminary Evaluation)"
P. 121-136

 

Burhan VARKIVANÇ*
"A Ceramic Atelier at Patara"
P. 137-152

 

Semavi EYİCE*
"A Byzantine Hospital Building at Side?"
P. 153-162

 

İlhan ERDEM*
"Antalya, A Medieval Town: A General overview of the Period from Late Antiquity through to the end of the Seljuk Period (I)"
P. 163-172

 

Z. Kenan BİLİCİ*
"On the Inscription of Köprüpazar (Belkis) Bridge"
P. 173-186

 

Hasan GEYİKOÐLU*
"The Deeds and Works of Mübarizeddin Ertokus: the Turkish Administrator and Commander of Antalya"
P. 187-202

 

Aleksis G. K. SAVVIDIS
Çeviren: Esin OZANSOY*
"Turkish Raiders Against the Island of Rhodes: From the end of the 11th to the 14th Century"
P. 203-210

 

Leyla YILMAZ*
"The Ahi Kizi Masjid (Mescit) in Antalya: A Seljuk Structure Re-used in the Ottoman Period"
P. 211-222

 

Ayşe AYDIN*
"The Church of St. Paul in Tarsus"
P. 223-236

 

Muhammet GÜÇLÜ*
"Roads in Antalya (Pamphylia) Region: The Kesikbeli Road and its Condition in the Last Century"
P. 237-248

 

Sait GÜRAN*
"The Judgment on the Elmali Hoard"
P. 249-254