FIRST OBSERVATIONS IN TRANSITION FROM THE LATE BRONZE AGE TO THE EARLY IRON AGE IN TISNA

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The finds unearthed in Tisna, which is located in the easternmost part of the Northern Aeolis territory together with Aigai, reveal some considerations on the transition from the Late Bronze Age to the Early Iron Age apart from our general knowledge about the region. As it is known, the findings related to the Late Bronze Age spread to the east and north coasts of Çandarlı Bay and further up to Dikili Bay. Similar examples of the curved knife fragment mentioned in the study, are seen to be used in the Aegean world, especially during the last years of Mycenaean kingdoms and the period after its destruction. Despite the examples dating back to the 9th century BC, it is possible to recommend the fragment of bronze knife in Tisna within the Aegean type with its thin curved feature. The coarse production Gritty ware used in Troy VI-VII settlements is thought to be related to a group of people from Troy and its surroundings.

Since knobbed ware like the gritty ware in Tisna is not alluring commercial properties, their existence must be related to the peoples who came to the settlement from the outside. The situation in question provides a general definition about the route, as well as stating a migration movement that reached the inner parts of Aeolis in the north-south direction during the transition to the Early Iron Age and the end of the Late Bronze Age. Protogeometric pottery, which is only limited to Kyme and Pitane around Çandarlı Bay, shows that a relatively insufficient effect like the Mycenaean influences in the Late Bronze Age continued compared to the southern coastal part of Aeolis. A fragment of skyphos, which provides information about the transition to the Early Iron Age in Tisna after the Late Bronze Age and can be dated to the Sub-Protogeometric period, is also important in terms of making a new contribution to the borders of the Aegean influences in the Aeolis region.


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Tisna, Late Bronze Age, Iron Age, Western Anatolia.

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