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Alcock, S.E. and R. Osborne (1994) Placing the gods. Sanctuaries and sacred space in ancient Greece, Oxford-New York: Clarendon Press; Oxford University Press.

Boffo, L. (1985) I re ellenistici e i centri religiosi dell'Asia minore, Pubblicazionni della Facoltà di Lettere e Filosofia dell'Università di Pavia 37, Dipartimento di Scienze dell'Antichita, Florence: La Nuova Italia.

de Polignac, F. (1995) Cults, territory, and the origins of the Greek city-state, Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Debord, P. (1982) Aspects sociaux et économiques de la vie religieuse dans l'Anatolie gréco-romaine, Etudes préliminaires aux religions orientales dans l'Empire romain t. 88, Leiden: Brill.

Dignas, B. (2002) Economy of the sacred in Hellenistic and Roman Asia Minor, Oxford classical monographs, Oxford, New York: Clarendon Press; Oxford University Press.

Edlund-Berry, I.E.M. (1988) The gods and the place. The location and function of sanctuaries in the countryside of Etruria & Magna Graecia (700-400 B.C.), Stockholm: Svenska Institutet i Rom.

Laumonier, A. (1958) Les cultes indigènes en Carie, Paris: De Boccard.

Polinskaya, I. (2006) 'Lack of boundaries, absence of oppositions. The city-countryside continuum of a Greek pantheon', in R.M. Rosen and I. Sluiter, City, countryside, and the spatial organization of value in classical antiquity, Mnemosyne, bibliotheca classica Batava. Supplementum, 279, Leiden; Boston: Brill, 61-92.

Reger, G.L. (2004) 'Sympoliteiai in Hellenistic Asia Minor', in S. Colvin (ed.), The Greco-Roman East Yale Classical Studies 31, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 145-180.

Rumscheid, F. (2009) Die Karer und die Anderen, Internationale Kolloquium an der Freien Universität Berlin, 13. bis 15. Oktober 2005, Bonn: Habelt.

Van Bremen, R. and J.-M. Carbon, eds (2010) Hellenistic Karia. Proceedings of the First International Conference on Hellenistic Karia - Oxford, 29 June - 2 July 2006, Bordeaux: Ausonius.

 

 

On Pergamon, Mamurt Kale & Kapıkaya

Conze, A.C.L. and P. Schazmann (1911) Mamurt-Kaleh, ein Tempel der Göttermutter unweit Pergamon Jahrbuch des Kaiserlich Deutschen Archäologischen Instituts. Ergänzungsheft 9, Berlin: Deutschen Archäologischen Instituts.

Nohlen, K. and W. Radt (1978) Kapıkaya. Ein Felsheiligtum bei Pergamon, Altertümer von Pergamon XII, Berlin: Walter de Gruyter.

Ohlemutz, E. (1940) Die Kulte und Heiligtümer der Götter in Pergamon, Würzburg: Giessen.

Pirson, F. (2008) 'Das Territorium der hellenistischen Residenzstadt Pergamon. Herrschaftlicher Anspruch als raumbezogene Strategie', in C. Jöchner (ed.), Räume der Stadt. Von der Antike bis heute, Berlin: Reimer Verlag, 27-50.

Schalles, H.-J. (1985) Untersuchungen zur Kulturpolitik der pergamenischen Herrscher im dritten Jahrhundert vor Christus, Istanbuler Forschungen 36, Tübingen: Wasmuth.

Töpperwein-Hoffmann, E. (1978) 'Die Terrakotten van Mamurt Kale', in K. Nohlen and W. Radt (ed.), Kapıkaya. Ein Felsheiligtum bei Pergamon. Altertümer von Pergamon XII, Berlin: Walter de Gruyter, 77-89, Taf.34-37.

Williamson, C.G. (in press) ‘Power of place. Labraunda, Mamurt Kale and the transformation of landscape in Asia Minor’, in C. Feldman Weiss & C. Moser (eds), Locality of Sacrality. Theoretical Approaches to the Emplacement of Religion, Joukowsky Institute Publication, Oxford: Oxbow Books.

Wulf, U. (1999) 'Vom Herrensitz zur Metropole. Zur Stadtentwicklung von Pergamon', in E.-L. Schwandner and K. Rheidt (ed.), Stadt und Umland. Neue Ergebnisse der archäologischen Bau- und Siedlungsforschung. Bauforschungskolloquium in Berlin vom 7. bis 10. Mai 1997 veranstaltet vom Architektur-Referat des DAI, Diskussionen zur archäologischen Bauforschung 7, Mainz: Von Zabern, 33-49.

 

On Stratonikeia, Lagina & Panamara

Baumeister, P. (2007) Der Fries des Hekateions von Lagina. Neue Untersuchungen zu Monument und Kontext, Byzas. Veröffentlichungen des Deutschen Archäologischen Instituts Istanbul 6, Istanbul: Ege Yayınları.

Debord, P. (2001) 'Questions stratonicéennes', in A. Bresson and R. Descat (ed.), Les cités d'Asie mineure occidentale au IIe siècle a.C., Études / Ausonius 8, Paris: De Boccard, 157-172.

Laumonier, A. (1958) Les cultes indigènes en Carie, Paris: De Boccard.

Laumonier, A. (1936) 'Archéologie carienne', BCH 60, 286-335.

Meadows, A.R. (2002) 'Stratonikeia in Caria. The Hellenistic city and its coinage', NC 162, 79-134.

Şahin, M.Ç. (1981-2010) Die Inschriften von Stratonikeia, 3 vols., Bonn: Habelt.

Şahin, M.Ç. (1976) The political and religious structure in the territory of Stratonikeia in Caria, Ankara.

Van Bremen, R. (2004) 'Leon son of Chrysaor and the religious identity of Stratonikeia in Caria', in S. Colvin (ed.), The Greco-Roman East, Yale Classical Studies 31, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 207-244.

Van Bremen, R. (2010) 'The inscribed documents on the temple of Hekate at Lagina and the date and meaning of the temple frieze', in R. Van Bremen and J.-M. Carbon (ed.), Hellenistic Karia, Bordeaux: Ausonius, 483-503.

Van Bremen, R. (2010) 'La communauté de Panamara entre Rhodes et Stratonicée de Carie. Autour de la date d’un décret des Panamaréens dans le Fonds Louis Robert', CRAI 1405-1420.

Williamson, C.G. (in press) ‘Sanctuaries as turning points in territorial formation. Lagina, Panamara and the development of Stratonikeia’, in F. Pirson (ed.), Hierarchisierung von Landschaft und Territorien. Byzas. Veröffentlichungen des Deutschen Archäologischen Instituts Istanbul.

Williamson, C.G. (2009) 'Panamara. The (mis)fortunes of a Karian sanctuary’, Groniek. Historische Tijdschrift, 211-218.

 

On Mylasa, Labraunda & Sinuri

Blümel, W. (1987) Die Inschriften von Mylasa, Bonn: Rudolf Habelt.

Carstens, A. (2009) Karia and the Hekatomnids. The creation of a dynasty, British Archaeological Reports, Oxford: Archaeopress.

Crampa, J. (1969/1972) Labraunda. Swedish excavations and researches. Vol. III. Part 2. The Greek inscriptions Part I. 1-12 / Part II. 13-133, Lund: Gleerup.

Delrieux, F. (1999) 'Les monnaies de Mylasa aux types de Zeus Osogôa et Zeus Labraundeus', NC 159, 33-45.

Devambez, P. (1959) Le Sanctuaire de Sinuri près de Mylasa. Seconde partie. Architecture et céramique, Mémoires de l'Institut français d'archéologie de Stamboul, 8, Paris: De Boccard.

Dignas, B. (2000) 'The leases of sacred property at Mylasa. An alimentary scheme for the gods', Kernos 13, 117-126.

Hellström, P. (2009) 'Sacred architecture and Karian identity', in F. Rumscheid (ed.), Die Karer und die Anderen, Internationale Kolloquium an der Freien Universität Berlin, 13. bis 15. Oktober 2005, Bonn: Habelt, 267-290.

Hellström, P. (2007) Labraunda. A guide to the Karian sanctuary of Zeus Labraundos, Ancient cities of Anatolia, Istanbul: Ege Yayınları.

Hellström, P. (1989) 'Formal banqueting at Labraunda', in T. Linders and P. Hellström (ed.), Architecture and society in Hecatomnid Caria. Proceedings of the Uppsala symposium 1987, Acta Univ. Upsaliensis. Boreas, 17, Stockholm: Almqvist & Wiksell, 99-104.

Hornblower, S. (1982) Mausolus, Oxford, Oxfordshire; New York: Oxford University Press.

Karlsson, L. and S. Carlsson (2011) Labraunda and Karia. Proceedings of the international symposium commemorating sixty years of Swedish archaeological work in Labraunda. The royal Swedish Academy of Letters, History and Antiquities, Stockholm, November 20-21, 2008, Acta Universitatis Uppsaliensis. Boreas. Uppsala Studies in Ancient Mediterranean and Near Eastern Civilizations, 32, Uppsala: Uppsala Universitet, 217-252.

Robert, L. (1945) Le Sanctuaire de Sinuri près de Mylasa. Première partie. Les inscriptions grecques, Paris: De Boccard.

Virgilio, B. (2010) 'L'epistola reale dal santuario di Sinuri presso Mylasa in Caria, sulla base dei calchi del Fonds Louis Robert della Académie des Inscriptions et Belles-Lettres', in S. Bussi and D. Foraboschi, eds, Roma e l'eredità ellenistica. Atti del convegno internazionale, Milano, Università statale, 14-16 gennaio 2009, Pisa/Roma: Fabrizio Serra Editore, 55-108.

Williamson, C.G. (in press) ‘Power of place. Labraunda, Mamurt Kale and the transformation of landscape in Asia Minor’, in C. Feldman Weiss & C. Moser (eds), Locality of Sacrality. Theoretical Approaches to the Emplacement of Religion, Joukowsky Institute Publication, Oxford: Oxbow Books.

Williamson, C.G. (in press) ‘Public space beyond the city. The sanctuaries of Labraunda and Sinuri in the chora of Mylasa’, in C.P. Dickenson & O.M. van Nijf (eds), Public Space in the Post-Classical Greek City. Caeculus. Papers on Mediterranean Archaeology and Greek and Roman Studies, Leuven: Peeters.

 

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Christina Williamson - PhD research project - University of Groningen