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Description of Individual Course Units

Course Unit CodeCourse Unit TitleType of CourseYearSemesterECTS
ARK611 Achamenid Era in Eastern Anatolia 927001 1 1 7
Level of Course Unit
Second Cycle
Objectives of the Course
This course, II, a member of the Achaemenid dynasty. Persian Empire founded by Cyrus the establishment of borders, given information about the Persian satrap satrapy centers and management models in Anatolia, this model is to examine in detail.
Name of Lecturer(s)
Yrd. Doç. Dr. Davut YİĞİTPAŞA
Learning Outcomes
  1. Besides general information about the Achaemenid Period will have detailed information about the tracks in Anatolia.
  2. To obtain information about the Achaemenid Period centers in Anatolia.
  3. It reaches more information about satrapy centers.
  4. Achaemenid writing and languages, have knowledge about religious beliefs.
  5. Xerxes I's reign and have knowledge about the collapse of the Persian Empire.
Mode of Delivery
Formal Education
Prerequisites and co-requisities
None
Recommended Optional Programme Components
None
Recommended or Required Reading
Dyson, Robert H. Jr., “Problems of Protohistoric Iran as seen from Hasanlu,” Journal of Near Eastern Studies, XXIV, 1965, 193-217.
Dyson, Robert H. Jr., “The Architecture of Hasanlu: Periods I to IV”, American Journal of Archaeology, LXXXI, 1977, 548-552.
Dyson, Robert H. Jr., “The Achaemenid Painted Pottery of Hasanlu IIIA.”, Anatolian Iron Ages, IV, (Eds. A. Çilingiroğlu-R.J. Matthews), Anatolian Studies, IL, 1999a, 101-110.
Dyson, Robert H. Jr., “Triangle-Festoon Ware Reconsidered”, Iranica Antiqua, XXXIV, 1999b, 115-144.
Dyson, Robert H. Jr., “The Achaemenid Triangle Ware of Hasanlu IIIA”, Anatolian Iron Ages, IV, (Eds. A. Çilingiroğlu-R.J. Matthews), Anatolian Studies, IL, 1999c, 53-75.
Haerinck, Ernie, “Painted pottery of the ArdabilStyle in Azerbaidjan (Iran)”, Iranica Antiqua, XIII, 1978, 75-91.
Karaosmanoğlu, Mehmet, “İkinci Dönem Kazıları Işığında Altıntepe Apadanası”, Türk Tarih Kongresi, XV, Ankara, 2011.
Kroll, Stephann, “Eine Schüssel der Triangle Ware aus Azarbaidschan”, Archäologische Mitteilungen aus Iran, VIII, 1975, 71-4.
Parker, Anna, “Northeastern Anatolia: On the Periphery of Empires”, Anatolian Studies, IL, 1999, 133-141.
Sevin, Veli, “Van/Karagündüz Kazılarının Işığında Doğu Anadolu Geç Demir Çağ Çanak Çömleği”, Karatepe’deki Işık, Halet Çambel’e Sunulan Yazılar, (Eds. G. Arsebük-M. J. Mellink-W. Schirmer), İstanbul, 1998, 715-726.
Sevin, Veli, “Late Iron Age Pottery of the Van Region Eastern Anatolia: In the Light of the Karagündüz Excavations”, Festschrift für Manfred Korfmann Mauerschau, I, (Ed. R. Aslan), 2002, 475-482.
Sevin, Veli-Özfırat, Aynur-Kavaklı, Ersin, “Karagündüz Höyüğü 1998 Yılı Kazıları”, Kazı Sonuçları Toplantısı, XXI-1, Ankara, 1999a, 409-420.
Summers, Geoffrey, “Archaeological Evidence for the Achaemenid Period in Eastern Turkey”, Anatolian Studies, XLIII, 1993, 85-108.
Yiğitpaşa, Davut, “Erzurum Müzesi'nden Bir Grup Geç Demir Çağ Çanak Çömleği”, Uluslararası Van Gölü Havzası Sempozyumu/The Fifth Internarional Symposium of Van Lake Region, V, (Ed. O. Belli), Van, 2010, 33-55.
Planned Learning Activities and Teaching Methods
Language of Instruction
Turkish
Work Placement(s)
None
Course Contents
Iran BC 550-330 years in between, a dynasty that ruled the Persian Empire Achaemenid Dynasty and the first king Darios I., II. Kambises II. Darios and III. Darios's reign, the Kingdom of the expansion area, Susan, Ekbatana, Babilon, Pasargadae and Persepolis as construction activities in the royal city, military and religious architecture after assessing the Persian Period Satrapies of Anatolia, Eastern Anatolia Satrapy and discussions, Achaemenid castle and residential areas in the East, writing and language, religious beliefs, it includes the reign of Xerxes and the Persian Empire's collapse.
Weekly Detailed Course Contents
Week Theoretical Practice Laboratory
1.Course description: Content, importance, rules and bibliography
2.Achaemenid dynasty and the first king
3.II. Darius II. Kambises II. Darius and III. The reign of Darius
4.Achaemenid kingdom's distribution area
5.Susan, Ekbatana, Babilon, built in Pasargadae and Persepolis of activities
6.Military and Religious architecture
7.Persian Period in Anatolia Satrapies
8.Evaluation
9.Eastern Anatolia and discussions Satrapy
10.Achaemenid castle and residential areas in the East;
11.Text and language
12.Religious beliefs
13.Xerxes I's reign and fall of the Persian Empire
14.Evaluation
Assessment Methods and Criteria
Term (or Year) Learning ActivitiesQuantityWeight (%)
Midterm Examination1100
SUM100
End Of Term (or Year) Learning ActivitiesQuantityWeight (%)
Final Examination1100
SUM100
Term (or Year) Learning Activities40
End Of Term (or Year) Learning Activities60
SUM100
Workload Calculation
ActivitiesQuantityTime(hours)Total Workload(hours)
Midterm Examination111
Final Examination133
Attending Lectures14342
Discussion14114
Question-Answer14114
Seminar111
Self Study14342
Individual Study for Homework Problems14342
Reading14114
Homework14114
SUM187