Ayşen Açıkkol

Ayşen Açıkkol
Sivas Cumhuriyet University · Department of Anthropology

PhD

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October 2006 - present
Sivas Cumhuriyet University
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This paper investigates relationships between intervals of local environmental aridity and site occupation intensity at the Upper Paleolithic cave site of Üçağızlı I (Hatay coast, south-central Turkey) by combining a stable carbon isotope-based paleoenvironmental record with several classes of archaeological evidence. A novel method for synthesizi...
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Dental anomalies are developmental cases that are mostly reported in clinical studies and infrequent in archaeological skeletal populations. The skeleton series which obtained from Kayalıpınar archaeological site of the Sivas Province and dated to the Hellenistic-Early Byzantine period comprise the materials of the study. In this study, it was inte...
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Legg-Calve-Perthes (LCP) hastalığı, çocukluk döneminde ortaya çıkan, etiyolojisi bilinmeyen, femur başını besleyen kan akımının tıkanması ile oluşan bir dolaşım bozukluğu hastalığıdır. Erkeklerde kızlardan daha sık oluşur ve genellikle tek tarafı tutar. Hastalık süresince büyüme geriliği görülür ama ataklar bittikten sonra büyüme devam eder. Paleop...
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Az sayıda arkeolojik araştırma dışında Sivas’ın paleolitik dönemdeki insan varlığına ilişkin hiçbir veri bulunmamaktadır. Bu konuya ışık tutmak amacıyla 2016 yılında TC Kültür ve Turizm Bakanlığı’nın izni ile 5 yıllık bir yüzey araştırmasına başlanmıştır. Bu çalışmanın amacı Sivas’ta paleolitik dönemdeki insan varlığını araştırmak, paleolitik kültü...
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The aim of this study was to evaluate the ornamental shells in order to establish whether they were used as tools or not. A total of 1946 ornamental sea shells were found in Hatay Üçağızlı Cave (Turkey) during excavation seasons of 2005-2006, 2008 and 2010-2017. The F-I layers of the Cave are classified as Initial Upper Palaeolithic (IUP), D-E laye...
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Kuriki Höyük is located 14 km south of Batman province center and 1 km southwest of Oymataş village. In this study, the case of trephination in the skull of a middle-aged male man, which was uncovered in 2011 at Kuriki Höyük and dated to BC 1st millenium, was investigated. Trephination is the process of removing parts from the skull without damagin...
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oku ya da organların yapısını, biçimini ve işlevini bozan her türlü yaralan-maya travma denir. Biyolojik Antropolojide travmalar bir populasyonun yaşam biçimi, geçim ekonomisi (avcı-toplayıcı/çiftçi), çevresi (kent/kırsal), insanların meslekleri, bireyler arası/populasyonlar arası şiddet ve yaraların iyileşme durumuna göre tedavi yöntemleri ve besl...
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ski Yunancadaki "paleos" (eski), "pathos" (ağrı-acı) ve "logos" (bilim) keli-melerinden türetilen ve bilimsel olarak ilk kez Eski Mısır mumyalarını ince-leyen Sir Marc Armand Ruffer tarafından 1910 yılında tanımlanan p pa al le eo op pa at to ol lo oj ji i, , adli antropoloji araştırmalarında iskeletleşmiş insan kalıntılarının kimliklendirilebilmes...
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n this study skeleton remaining of 72 individuals excavated from Middle Bronze Age layers of Oylum Höyük (mound) situated in Kilis province, were studied. Sex and age of skeletons, unearthed between 2007-2012, were determined and life tables of the population were formed. Mortality of infants and children of Oylum population was very high. Death ra...
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Oylum Höyük falls within the borders of the province of Kilis, located in the southern part of Turkey. It is an important Bronze Age settlement dating back to 5500 BC. In this study, the sex of 36 individuals found in Oylum Höyük was examined using morphological and genetic methods. In the morphological method, sex was identified in 14 female and 1...
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This paper summarizes results from excavations at U ¨ çag ˘ızlı Cave (Hatay, Turkey) between 1999 and 2002 and 2005. This collapsed karstic chamber contains a sequence of early Upper Paleolithic deposits that span an interval between roughly 29,000 and 41,000 (uncalibrated) radiocarbon years BP. Lithic assemblages can be assigned to two major chron...
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Trephination is known as one of the oldest brain surgeries. They have been identified from many archaeological sites of Old and New continents. Anatolia also has several historical stratigraphy and trephination cases have been reported from various time span and from different places. Anthropological studies on Anatolian skeletal remains determined...
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Acemhöyük, one of the largest archaeological sites of Anatolia, is located in Yeşilova Village, about 18 km north-west of Aksaray near Tuz Golu. It is a city that was administered by local kings during the Assur Trade Colonies Age. Generally, infant and children are buried within pithos tombs or inhumations under the floors of houses and pithos tom...

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Detailed information about the province of Sivas City on 14 different subjects.
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Sivas'ın Paleolitik Dönem insan hareketliliğini belirlemek