Kiln/Workshop

Kömbeci Mevkii, Pisidia Survey Project POI199

Late Roman

Kiln/Workshop: Kömbeci Mevkii, Pisidia Survey Project POI199

Kiln/Workshop Name, Date BCE/CE, and Location

Kömbeci Mevkii, Pisidia Survey Project POI199

Late Roman

Hacıosmanlar Köyü

Turkey/Southwest


Dish

General Information

Kömbeci Mevkii is located north of the Küçükaksu river, locally called the Değirmen çayı, a tributary of the Aksu çayı (Kestros river). At Kömbeci Mevkii, kiln debris and LRDW wasters were located at the upper end of a steep slope on the west side of a seasonal stream, but geophysical survey revealed that the kilns themselves have been badly damaged by natural erosion and ploughing. An area of trees about 40m in diameter at the top of the slope still bears a few traces of buildings in the form of stones and rubble.

Associated Wares/Ware Families
4th - 7th centuries CE
Late Roman

Vessels
Break Photos
Petrographic Samples
Bibliography
  1. Jackson, Mark; Zelle, Michael; Vandeput, Lutgarde; Köse, Veli. "Primary Evidence for Late Roman D Ware Production in Southern Asia Minor: A Challenge to ‘Cypriot Red Slip Ware’" Anatolian Studies 62 (2012), 89-114 , Page 91.
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