Cambridge, Massachusetts: American Schools of Oriental Research, 1995. Softbound. Octavo, paper covers, 136 pp., b/w photos and drawings, maps, tables. Very Good. Item #93308
Articles are "The Archaeology of Empire in Ancient Anatolia," Ronald L. Gorny and Sharon R. Steadman, "The Archaeology of Empires: A View from South Asia," Carla M. Sinopoli, "Prehistoric Interregional Interaction in Anatolia and the Balkans: An Overview," Sharon Steadman, "Urban Development at Mid-Late Early Bronze Age Titris Höyük in Southeastern Anatolia," Timothy Matney and Guillermo Algaze," Transcaucasia at the End of the Early Bronze Age," Christopher Edens, "Hittite Imperialism and Anti-Imperial Reistance as Viewed from Alisar Höyük." Ronald N. Gorny, "The Iron Age Background to the Formation of the Phyrgian State," Oscar White Muscarella, "Urartian material Culture as State Assemblage: An Anomaly in the Archaeology of Empire," Paul Zimansky, "The Archaeology of Empire in Anatolia: Comments," K. Alishan Yener.