Orta Mezopotamya'nın Geç Neolitik Dönem Boyalı Çanak-Çömlek Geleneği
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As a geographical definition, Mesopotamia covers the lands between the Euphrates and Tigris rivers. Hassuna, Samarra and Halaf, which are the first painted pottery traditions of Mesopotamia that is accepted as the cradle of civilization, have been discussed in recent years. In Middle Mesopotamia, which is the geographical boundary of this study, Samarra type pottery is common. Since the studies carried out in the region, due to the first half of the last century, the issue has been discussed in recent years. In this study, which was prepared as a master thesis, based on the specialties of the Late Neolithic painted pottery tradition of Middle Mesopotamia, it was desired to bring together an old dimension with the old information about the social and cultural structure of the period and today's approach. The researches on the Late Neolithic period which constitute the historical slice of the thesis subject and chronology approaches have presented under separate titles. The core of the Samarra pottery constitutes the similarities and differences of the clay painted vessels of the Middle Mesopotamian settlements in the region. The data obtained from the settlements were brought together and the aim of this study is to explain the Middle Mesopotamian painted pottery in the Near Eastern archeology. In order to make comparisons with the Middle Mesopotamian settlements, three key settlements with Samarra pottery from different regions of the Great Mesopotamia were selected. Hence, Samarra painted vessels outside the core region of the proportional, technological and typological data is tried to be explained within the framework of the thesis topic. Hence, the painted vessels of Samarra outside the core region of the proportional, technological and typological data is tried to be explained within the perspective of the thesis topic.