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December 2004 - November 2018
T.C. Kültür ve Turizm Bakanlığı
- Kültür ve Turizm Uzmanı
- Worked for Ministry of Culture and Tourism, General Directorate for Cultural Heritage and Museums as Expert of Culture and Tourism
June 1997 - December 2004
This article provides a brief overview of archaeological digital archiving in Turkey. It introduces the legal framework and the stakeholders involved in conducting archaeological excavations and surveys. The current situation in archiving born-digital and digitised documentation produced during archaeological fieldwork is then introduced. Existing...
Veri Yönetimi ve verinin yeniden kullanımı için FAIR Prensipleri Rehberi Francesca Morselli; Hella Hollander; Frank Uiterwaal; Femmy Admiraal; Thorsten Trippel; Sara Di Giorgio; Anders Conrad; Emiliano Degl'Innocenti; Giacomi Roberta; Valentijn Gilissen; Vanessa Hannesschläger; Mark Hedges; Klaus Illmayer; Adeline Joffres; Emilie Kraaikamp; Antoni...
Müze Tanımı Çalıştayı (20 Nisan 2018) Sonuç Raporu (ICOM Türkiye)
This paper investigates the use of data in Radio-Frequency Identification (RFID) technology for museum applications in Turkey. Turkish museums hold approximately three million cultural and natural artifacts. In addition to protecting movable cultural and natural artifacts, which is important for both natural and cultural heritage, documentation, in...
KENTİN ÖĞRENME ORTAMI OLARAK KÜLTÜREL MİRAS EĞİTİMİNDE ROLÜNÜN KEŞFEDİLMESİ Günümüzde, toplumların kültürel miras üzerine eğitimi önemli küresel uğraşlardan biri haline gelmektedir. Kültürel miras eğitimi, tarih, koruma, eğitim gibi farklı disiplinlere çalışma konusu olmakta ve geçmişe ilgi uyandırmak, geleneklerin devamlılığını sağlamak, kentliler...
Kerkenes, which lies to the south of Sorgun in the province of Yozgat is the location of the largest Iron Age capital in Central Anatolia. The low mountain is a granitic batholith with perennial water seeping from fissures. Buildings were mostly timber framed with granite used for foundations. The city was short-lived, being founded around 600 BCE...
This study investigates the effect of topography in ancient city “Kerkenes” using Geographic Information Systems (GIS). Kerkenes, an Iron Age city located on a batholith in Yozgat province, Turkey, was chosen because of its exceptional size, short life and the availability of extensive data. Approximately seven kilometres of city wall in Kerkenes,...