School of History, Classics and Archaeology

Projects

Göksu Archaeological Project

The Göksu Archaeological Project is an investigation of the upper Göksu River valley in southern Turkey, using intensive and extensive survey techniques to examine changes in settlement patterns over time.

The project is led by Dr. Hugh Elton, formerly Director of the British Institute at Ankara and from 2004 has included a survey team from the College of Charleston coordinated by Dr. James Newhard.

Mark Jackson has been responsible for the study of the ceramics from 2004-2007 with Billur Tekkok in 2004 and Çiðdem Toskay Evrin in 2006/7 and conducted survey at Dagpazarý.