Bibliography

A list of readings that we recommended, some of which are sources of our research work. Updated once in a while.

Books

  • Şahin, S. – Adak, M. (2007). Stadiasmus Patarensis; Itinera Romana Provinciae Lyciae (Ege Yayınları, İstanbul)
  • Goudy, Frederic William (1963). The Alphabet and Elements of Lettering. Dover.
  • Morison, Stanley (1994). Pacioli’s Classic Roman Alphabet. Dover.
  • Stephen Colvin (2014). A Brief History of Ancient Greek. Wiley-Blackwell.
  • Richter, Gisela Marie Augusta (1959). A handbook of Greek Art. Phaidon.
  • Woodard, Roger D. (2014). The Textualization of the Greek Alphabet. Cambridge University.
  • Friedrich, Johannes (1932). Kayıp Yazılar ve Diller (Kleinasiatische Sprachdenkmäler). Çev. Tekoğlu, Ş. Recai, Arkeoloji ve Sanat, 2000.
  • Friedrich, Johannes (1932). Extinct Languages (Kleinasiatische Sprachdenkmäler). Dorset, 1993
  • McLean, Bradley Hudson (2002). An Introduction to Greek Epigraphy of the Hellenistic and Roman Periods from Alexander the Great down to the Reign of Constantine (323 BCE–337 CE). Ann Arbor, University of Michigan.
  • Perrot, Georges – Chipiez, Charles (1892). History of Art in Phrygia, Lydia, Caria, and Lycia. London, Chapman and Hall.
  • Schmidt, Moriz (1868). Lycian Inscriptions; After the Accurate Copies of the Late Augustus Schoenborn; with a critical commentary and an essay on the alphabet and language of the Lycians. Jena, Mauke’s Verlag.
  • Lanckoronski, Karl Grafen (1890–1892). Städte Pamphyliens und Pisidiens; I. Band, Pamphylien / II. Band, Pisidien (under mitwirkung von G. Niemann und E. Petersen).
  • Chandler, Richard (1774). Inscriptiones antiquae, pleraeque nondum editae: in Asia Minori et Graecia, praesertim Athenis, collectae.
  • Chandler, Richard (1776). Travels in Asia Minor; or, An account of a tour made at the expense of the Society of Dilettanti.
  • Akurgal, Ekrem (1961). Die Kunst Anatoliens von Homer bis Alexander. Walter de Gruyter, Berlin.
  • Woodhead, Arthur Geoffrey (1959). The Study of Greek Inscriptions. – 2nd ed.
  • Bryce, Trevor R. (2016). Atlas of the Ancient Near East; From Prehistoric Times to the Roman Imperial Period.
  • Bryce, Trevor R. (1986). The Lycians I; The Lycians in Literary and Epigraphic Sources. Museum Tusculanum, Copenhagen.
  • Bryce, Trevor R. (2009). The Routledge Handbook of the Peoples and Places of Ancient Western Asia; The Near East from the Early Bronze Age to the Fall of the Persian Empire.
  • Bryce, Trevor R. (2012). The World of the Neo-Hittite Kingdoms; A Political and Military History.
  • Strabon – Pekman, Adnan (çev. 2012). Antik Anadolu Coğrafyası; Geographika, Kitap XII-XIII-XIV.
  • Morris, Richard L. (1988). Runic and Mediterranean Epigraphy.
  • Woodard, Roger D. (Ed) – Watkins, Calvert – Melchert, H. Craig – Brixhe, Claude (2008). The Ancient Languages of Asia Minor.
  • Guarducci, Margherita (2005). L’epigrafia greca dalle origini al tardo impero.
  • Clay, Jenny Strauss – Malkin, Irad – Tziphopulos, Ioannes Z. (2017). Panhellenes at Methone; Graphe in Late Geometric and Protoarchaic Methone, Macedonia (ca 700 BCE).
  • Adiego Lajara, Ignacio-Javier – García Trabazo, José Virgilio – Vernet, Mariona – Obrador-Cursach, Bartomeu – Rodríguez, Elena Martínez (eds. 2019). Luwic dialects and Anatolian; Inheritance and diffusion.
  • Adiego Lajara, Ignacio-Javier (2006). The Carian language. Ignacio J. Adiego; with an appendix by Koray Konuk. p. cm. — (Handbook of Oriental studies. Section 1, The Near and Middle East; v. 86).
  • Bakker, Egbert J. (2010). A Companion to The Ancient Greek Language.
  • Bruun, Christer – Edmondson, Jonathan (eds. 2015). The Oxford Handbook of Roman Epigraphy.
  • Diringer, David (1948). The Alphabet; A Key to the History of Mankind.
  • Keen, Antony G. Dynastic Lycia; A Political History of the Lycians and their Relations with Foreign Powers, c. 545-362 B.C.
  • Jeffery, Lilian Hamilton (1961). The local scripts of archaic Greece; a study of the origin of the greek alphabet and its development from the eighth to the fifth centuries B.C.
  • Faulmann, Carl (2001). Yazı Kitabı; Tüm Yerkürenin, Tüm Zamanların Yazı Göstergeleri ve Alfabeleri (Das Buch der Schrift enthaltend die Schriftzeichen und Alphabete aller Zeiten und aller Völker des Erdkreises). Çev. Itır Arda, IBKY.
  • Roberts, Ernest Stewart – Gardner, Ernest Arthur (Eds. 1887). An Introduction to Greek Epigraphy; Part 1, The Archaic Inscriptions and the Greek Alphabet / Part 2, The Inscriptions of Attica.
  • E. Prisse d’Avennes (1991). Atlas of Egyptian Art. Zeitouna.
  • Richard L. Morris (2012). Runic and Mediterranean Epigraphy.
  • Davis, Edwin John (1874). Anatolica; or, The journal of a visit to some of the ancient ruined cities of Caria, Phrygia, Lycia, and Pisidia.
  • Fellows, Charles (1841). An account of discoveries in Lycia; being a journal kept during a second excursion in Asia Minor. London.
  • Fellows, Charles [1838 (1839)]. A journal written during an excursion in Asia Minor by Charles Fellows.
  • Fellows, Charles (1855). Coins of ancient Lycia before the reign of Alexander. With an essay on the relative dates of the Lycian monuments in the British museum.
  • Fellows, Charles (1843). The Xanthian marbles; their acquisition, and transmission to England.
  • Fellows, Charles (1839). A journal written during an excursion in Asia Minor.
  • Fellows, Charles (1852). Travels and Researches in Asia Minor, more particularly in the province of Lycia.
  • Fellows, Charles (1848). Account of the Ionic trophy monument excavated at Xanthus.
  • Kalinka, Ernestus (1901). Tituli Asiae Minoris; Collecti et editi auspiciis, Caesareae Academiae Litterarum Vindobonensis; Volumen I, II, Tituli Lyciae, Lingua Lycia Conscripti; Linguis Graeca et Latina Conscripti. OAW.
  • Ramsay, William M. (1895). The Cities and Bishoprics of Phrygia; being an essay of the local history of Phrygia; from the earliest times to the Turkish conquest. Vol. I, The Lycos Valley and South-Western Phrygia / Vol. I., Part II, West and West-Central Phrygia 1897 / Vol. II, Clarendon, Oxford.
  • Ramsay, William M. (1890). The Historical Geography of Asia Minor. London, John Murray.
  • Ramsay, William M. (1927). Asianic Elements in Greek Civilisation. London.
  • Steuart, John Robert (1842). A Description of some Ancient Monuments; with inscriptions, still existing in Lydia and Phrygia, several of which are supposed to be tombs of early kings; illustrated with plates, from sketches made on the spot. James Bohn, London.
  • Texier, Charles – Pullan, R. Popplewell (1865). The Principal Ruins of Asia Minor; Illustrated and Described. Day & Son, London.
  • Texier, Charles. Küçük Asya Coğrafyası, Tarihi ve Arkeolojisi (Çev. Ali Suat)(2002)
  • Keppie, Lawrence J. F. (1991). Understanding Roman inscriptions. Routledge
  • Naveh, Joseph (1982). Early History of the Alphabet; An Introduction to West Semitic Epigraphy and Palaeography. Magnes.
  • Marek, Christian (2016). In the Land of a Thousand Gods; A History of Asia Minor in the Ancient World. Princeton, Oxford.
  • Astoreca, Natalia Elvira (2021). Early Greek Alphabetic Writing; A Linguistic Approach. Oxbow.

Papers

  • Young, Rodney S. (1969). Old Phrygian Inscriptions from Gordion: Toward a History of The Phrygian Alphabet. Hesperia 38, 252-296.
  • Tüfekçi Sivas, Tacîser (1997). Eskişehir – Afyonkarahisar – Kütahya İl Sınırları İçindeki Phryg Kaya Anıtları. İÜ SBE ET Thesis, İstanbul.
  • Wachter, Rudolf (2001). Die Troia-Geschichte wird schriftlich; Homers Ilias wird zum Buch. Troia – Traum und Wirklichkeit. Archäologisches Landesmuseum Baden-Württemberg.
  • Ramsay, William M. (1882). Studies in Asia Minor. JHS 3, 1–68, The Society for the Promotion of Hellenic Studies.
  • Rohde, Georg (1943). Anadolu’nun Yunan ve Roma Epigrafisine Dair. Belleten, 7-25, 157–176.
  • Thomasson, Fredrik (2010). Justifying and Criticizing the Removals of Antiquities in Ottoman Lands: Tracking the Sigeion Inscription. IJCP 17-3, 493-517.
  • Brixhe, Claude (2002, 2004). Corpus des Inscriptions Paléo-Phrygiennes, Supplément I / II. Kadmos 41, 1–102 / Kadmos 43, 1–130.
  • Brixhe, Claude (2008). Phrygian. Roger D. Woodard (ed.), The Ancient Languages of Asia Minor, 69–80. Cambridge University Press.
  • Brixhe, Claude – Thomas, Drew-Bear (1982). Trois nouvelles inscriptions Paléo-Phrygiennes de Çepni. Kadmos 21, 64-87.
  • Robinson, Thurstan (1995). The Nereid Monument at Xanthos or The Eliyana Monument at Arnna? OJA, 14-3, 355-359
  • Grotefend, G. F. (1833) Remarks on some Inscriptions Found in Lycia and Phrygia. TRASGBI 3-2, 317-331.
  • Özdizbay, Aşkım (2019). Euergetists of Italic Origin in the City of Perge and Their Contributions to Urban Development. Philanthropy in Anatolia Through the Ages, AKMED.
  • Adiego Lajara, Ignacio-Javier (2015). Standardization and Variation in the Lycian Alphabet. (Standardization and Variation in the Lycian Alphabet; in : E. Dupraz-W. Sowa (edd.), Genres épigraphiques et langues d’attestation fragmentaire dans l’espace méditerranéen, Rouen: PURH, 13-29.)
  • Adiego Lajara, Ignacio-Javier (2018). Local Adaptations of the Alphabet Among The Non-Greek Peoples of Anatolia.
  • Adiego Lajara, Ignacio-Javier (2015). Lycian nasalized preterites revisited. Indogermanische Forschungen 120 1-30.
  • Mansel, Arif Müfid (1958). 1946–1955 Yıllarında Pamphylia’da Yapılan Kazılar ve Araştırmalar. Belleten 22-86.
  • Mansel, Arif Müfid (1945). Antalya bölgesinde (Pamfilya) 1943 yılı sonbaharında yapılan arkeoloji gezisine dair kısa rapor. Belleten 9-33.
  • Mansel, Arif Müfid (1970). İstanbul’daki “Burmalı Sütun”; Bugüne Kadar Yapılan Araştırmalara Toplu Bir Bakış. Belleten, 34-134.
  • Melchert, H. Craig (2018). The Trilingual Inscription of the Létôon; Lycian Version.
  • Melchert, H. Craig (1993). A new interpretation of lines C 3–9 of the Xanthos Stele. OAW, Wien.
  • Obrador-Cursach, Bartomeu (2018). Lexicon of the Phrygian Inscriptions. Thesis, Barcelona.
  • Woudhuizen, Fred C. (2018). Carian: On the Luwian-Greek Interface. Živa Antika.
  • Bosch, Clemens Emin (1947). Antalya Bölgesinde Araştırmalar I, Antalya Kitabeleri. Çev. S. Atlan, Belleten 11-41.
  • Henri Metzger, Emmanuel Laroche, Andre Dupont-Sommer, Manfred Mayrhofer (1979). Fouilles de Xanthos 6, La stele trilingue du Letoon.
  • Bean, George Ewart (1958). Inscription in the Antalya Museum. Belleten 22-85.
  • Bean, George Ewart (1948) Notes and Inscriptions from Lycia, JHS 68, 40-58.
  • Bean, George Ewart (1953, 1954). Notes and Inscriptions from Caunus. JHS 73, 74. 10–35, 85–110.
  • Özdil, Nuray Gökalp (2020). Antalya Müzesi’nden Yayınlanmamış Bazı Mezar Yazıtları / Some Unpublished Funerary Inscriptions from the Museum of Antalya. PJIMS 6.
  • Waal, Willemijn (2020). Mother or sister? Rethinking the origins of the Greek alphabet and its relation to the other ‘western’ alphabets. Understanding Relations Between Scripts II; Early Alphabets. Philip J. Boyes, Philippa M. Steele (Eds)
  • Waal, Willemijn (2018). On the “Phoenician Letters”; The Case for an Early Transmission of the Greek Alphabet from an Archaeological, Epigraphic and Linguistic Perspective (Aegean Studies No. 1, 83–125)
  • Masson, O. (2008), Anatolian Languages (The Cambridge Ancient History III, Part 2; The Assyrian and Babylonian Empires and Other States of the Near East; From the Eighth to the Sixth Centuries B.C.)
  • Karabulut, Büşra (2020). New Inscriptions from the Museum of Eskişehir. Gephyra 19, 173-188
  • Sezgin, Yusuf (2013). Aiolis’de Bir Dağ Kenti: Aigai. Trakya Üniversitesi Edebiyat Fakültesi Dergisi 3-5, 95-116.
  • Gökalp Özdil, Nuray (2020). Antalya Müzesi’nden Zeus Khalazios İçin Yeni Bir Adak Yazıtı / A New Votive Inscription to Zeus Chalazios from the Antalya Museum. Cedrus VIII 489-495.
  • Zurita Cid, Andrés (2020). Similar to Gods: Some Words in the Imperial Cult in the Roman Empire. Gephyra 20, 127-141.
  • Colas-Rannou, Fabienne. Entre Répertoires Anatolien, Grec et Perse: La Transmission des Motifs Iconographiques en Lycie (VIe s. – IVe s. avant J.-C.) / Between Anatolian, Greek and Persian Arts: The Transmission of Iconographic Patterns to Lycia (VIth c. – IVth c. BC) (2017)
  • Colas-Rannou (TO CITE THIS VERSION): Fabienne Colas Rannou. Entre répertoires anatolien, grec et perse: la transmission des motifs icono- graphiques en Lycie (VIe s. – IVe s. avant J.-C.). Fabienne Colas-Rannou; Marianne Jakobi. Élaborer, transmettre, créer. Essais pour une histoire de l’art diachronique et pluridisciplinaire II, Presses univer- sitaires Blaise Pascal, p. 35-55, 2017, collection Histoires croisées, 978-2-84516-768-1. hal-03002488
  • Duggan, Terrance Michael Patrick (2019). On early antiquarians in Asia Minor to the start of the 19th century. Gephyra 17, 115-167.
  • Bean, George Ewart (1966). Two Inscriptions from Aeolis
  • Bean, George Ewart. (1954). Sculptured and Inscribed Stones at Burdur / Burdur’daki Kabartmalı ve Yazıtlı Taşlar (Çev. Dr. U. Bahadır Alkım). Belleten, 18-72.
  • Brixhe, Claude – Keleş, Vedat (2011). Une Inscription Paléo-Phrygienne Dans La Région de Parion?
  • Bryce, Trevor R. (1974). The Lukka Problem — and a Possible Solution. JNES, 33-4, 395-404.
  • Bryce, Trevor R. Some Observations on the Pronunciation of Lycian
  • Çelgin, Ahmet Vedat (1992). Termessos ve Çevresinde Nekropol ve Epigrafya Araştırmaları: 1975–1991 Yılları Arasında Yapılan Çalışmaların Toplu Sonuçlarına Kısa Bir Bakış.
  • Haspels, C. H. Emilie (1981). Midas Şehri Kazısı. Belleten 45-178, 1–4.
  • Çelgin, Ahmet Vedat (2011). Termessos’taki Artemis Tapınakları; Epigrafik Verilere Göre Genel Bir Değerlendirme. Anadolu Araştırmaları 16, 87-114.
  • Onur, Fatih – Tekoğlu, Ş. Recai (2020). The Ancient Routes and New Lycian Inscriptions around Fethiye. Gephyra 19, 1-32.
  • Schürr, Diether (2021). Ergänzungen in den lykisch-griechischen Fragmenten TL 45 und TL 45B. Gephyra 21, 91-105.
  • Schürr, Diether (2009). Zum Agora-Pfeiler in Xanthos II: Selbstlob auf Perserart und Ordnung des Raumes. Kadmos 48, 157-176.
  • Tekoğlu, Ş. Recai. Epikorik Likya Yazıtları Işığında Likçe’nin Ortografik, Fonolojik, Morfolojik Özellikleri ve Sorunları. İstanbul (Doktora Tezi), 1994
  • Tekoğlu, Ş. Recai – Korkut, Taner. Tlos Antik Kenti Qñturahi Kaya Mezarı. Olba 27, 169–188, 2019.
  • Tekoğlu, Ş. Recai. Eski Pamfilya Halkları ve Dilleri. Adalya 4, 2000.
  • Tracy, Stephen V. (1975). The Lettering of an Athenian Mason. Hesperia; American School of Classical Studies at Athens. Princeton.
  • Tracy, Stephen V. – Edmunds, S. T. Five Letter-Cutters of Hellenistic Athens (230–130 B. C.). Hesperia; American School of Classical Studies at Athens. 47-3, 244-268, 1978.
  • Welles, C. Bradword (1938). The Inscriptions (p.355). Gerasa; city of the Decapolis, Carl H. Kraeling (ed.). ASOR. New Haven.
  • Vassileva, Maya. Phrygia: Between East and West. Gocha R. Tsetskhladze (Ed.). Phrygia in Antiquity; From the Bronze Age to the Byzantine Period; Proceedings of an International Conference ‘The Phrygian Lands over Time; From Prehistory to the Middle of the 1st Millennium AD’, held at Anadolu University, Eskişehir, Turkey 2015. Peeters Publishers, 2019
  • Roller, Lynn E. Phrygia and Hellenism: Phrygian Interactions with Asia Minor Greeks, 8th–6th Centuries BC. Gocha R. Tsetskhladze (Ed.). Phrygia in Antiquity; From the Bronze Age to the Byzantine Period; Proceedings of an International Conference ‘The Phrygian Lands over Time; From Prehistory to the Middle of the 1st Millennium AD’, held at Anadolu University, Eskişehir, Turkey 2015. Peeters Publishers, 2019
  • Obrador-Cursach, Bartomeu. The Luwian Origin of the Phrygian Imprecations. Gocha R. Tsetskhladze (Ed.). Phrygia in Antiquity; From the Bronze Age to the Byzantine Period; Proceedings of an International Conference ‘The Phrygian Lands over Time; From Prehistory to the Middle of the 1st Millennium AD’, held at Anadolu University, Eskişehir, Turkey 2015. Peeters Publishers, 2019
  • Berndt, Dietrich. Midas City in Phrygia: Small Horizontal Reliefs between Idols and Step Monuments. Gocha R. Tsetskhladze (Ed.). Phrygia in Antiquity; From the Bronze Age to the Byzantine Period; Proceedings of an International Conference ‘The Phrygian Lands over Time; From Prehistory to the Middle of the 1st Millennium AD’, held at Anadolu University, Eskişehir, Turkey 2015. Peeters Publishers, 2019