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Abdi 34.79050988 39.11395112 In Surveyed Sites
Acemhöyük 33.834982 38.411784 In Anatolian Sites
Aci Agiz 33.85572708 39.58019871 In Surveyed Sites
Ada 34.79759854 39.37144869 In Surveyed Sites
Adahöyük 37.03223056 37.36619167 In Anatolian Sites
Adata Fortress 37.45898848 37.70846555 In Anatolian Sites
Adramytteion 26.93716508 39.50625882 In Anatolian Sites
Ag Cesme? 34.3059351 39.51320538 In Surveyed Sites
Agirek Tepe 34.80349926 39.89919172 In Surveyed Sites
Aharköy Höyük 30.24968858 39.91725362 In Anatolian Sites
Ahlatlıbel 32.7987336 39.84831261 In Anatolian Sites
Ahmet Can Tarlası 34.60947846 40.03849936 In Surveyed Sites
Akarçay Höyük 38.03165511 36.91607233 In Anatolian Sites
Akarçay Tepe 38.02542576 36.91878049 In Anatolian Sites
Akbayır II 37.32127547 38.17749745 In Surveyed Sites
Akbucak 35.1839172 39.55487115 In Surveyed Sites
Akcali 34.270514 39.198566 In Surveyed Sites
Akhisar Höyük 27.83304395 38.88955703 In Anatolian Sites
Akın Höyük 30.52423999 39.33373079 In Anatolian Sites
Aktepe 36.50537493 40.08268534 In Anatolian Sites
Aktopraklık Höyük 28.77090279 40.1733151 In Anatolian Sites
Alabanda 27.984783 37.592533 In Anatolian Sites
Alacahöyük 34.69598282 40.23435216 In Anatolian Sites
Alalakh/Tell Atchana 36.38393382 36.23804835 In Anatolian Sites
Aliassum? MBA Aliašša? 33.06749269 39.45133652 In Anatolian Sites
Alibey 30.15935226 39.07876406 In Anatolian Sites
Alişar Höyük 35.26132213 39.60568816 In Anatolian Sites
Alpanoz 30.628148 39.556237 In Anatolian Sites
Altıntepe 39.64663512 39.69655922 In Anatolian Sites
Alyamak Höyük 30.593167 39.81855 In Anatolian Sites
Apasarı 31.54236468 38.39872551 In Anatolian Sites
Aphrodisias 28.723611 37.708333 In Anatolian Sites
Arapkahve 27.3248 38.160533 In Anatolian Sites
Araplar Üyücek/Mandıra Tepe 26.981983 39.591967 In Anatolian Sites
Araplar Yaylası 34.44555595 40.38038737 In Surveyed Sites
Arapören 30.84497937 39.55287934 In Anatolian Sites
Arıkök Höyük 38.44050384 37.40910359 In Surveyed Sites
Aşağı Karakaya Köy 35.04548479 39.83295191 In Anatolian Sites
Aşağı Söğütönü 30.43641743 39.80223294 In Anatolian Sites
Asar Tepe 1 27.95843649 38.55816317 In Surveyed Sites
Asar Tepe 2 27.99324122 38.69278405 In Surveyed Sites
Asarcık 32.26239978 40.06496102 In Surveyed Sites
Ashkelon 34.58606176 31.68178787 In Anatolian Sites
Aşıklı Höyük 34.23011165 38.34915963 In Anatolian Sites
Ayvalıpınar Höyük 35.65896265 40.44889575 In Anatolian Sites
Bademgediği 27.30925747 38.18060242 In Anatolian Sites
Bağlartepe Höyük 27.68295 39.143767 In Anatolian Sites
Bahadin Hoyugu 34.324746 39.010513 In Surveyed Sites
Bahçecik II/Kızılay 30.83596682 39.8224 In Anatolian Sites
Ballı Dağ 26.290233 39.875833 In Anatolian Sites
Baltasarılar Höyük 34.69734491 39.9387474 In Surveyed Sites
Barcın 32.15110056 39.94724688 In Surveyed Sites
Barcın Höyük 29.61782706 40.266105 In Anatolian Sites
Başantepe 26.891367 39.115933 In Anatolian Sites
Başur Höyük 41.77905289 37.97998929 In Anatolian Sites
Battal North 34.9958369 39.55921857 In Surveyed Sites
Battal West 34.98523056 39.54035556 In Surveyed Sites
Bayram 32.61795108 39.55902989 In Surveyed Sites
Bekirli Höyük 29.80036758 38.20166694 In Anatolian Sites
Beşik Tepe/Kolonai 26.15991693 39.70885045 In Anatolian Sites
Beycesultan 29.70085623 38.25658023 In Anatolian Sites
Bitik 32.62190038 40.12137947 In Surveyed Sites
Boğazlıyan 35.24797225 39.18921807 In Anatolian Sites
Böget Höyük 33.45468384 38.32057142 In Surveyed Sites
Boncuklu Höyük 32.86477169 37.75177892 In Anatolian Sites
Boncuklu Tarla 41.85309574 37.53631881 In Anatolian Sites
Bostanlı 35.24712588 39.07504829 In Surveyed Sites
Boyabat-Kovuklukaya 34.849553 41.57849346 In Anatolian Sites
Boyalı Höyük 34.29214936 40.32115766 In Anatolian Sites
Boyalık Tepe I, II 27.90963298 39.5183829 In Anatolian Sites
Boz 35.04182458 39.20848847 In Surveyed Sites
Boz 32.4647662 39.66727624 In Surveyed Sites
Boz Höyük 31.91451668 38.26505341 In Anatolian Sites
Boz Hoyuk (Tomarca Hoyuk) 35.30378408 39.50295153 In Surveyed Sites
Bozhüyük 36.49957107 38.14422122 In Surveyed Sites
Bozköy-Hanaytepe 26.22404293 39.83289975 In Anatolian Sites
Bozova Höyük 38.53041541 37.35838685 In Surveyed Sites
Budak 34.46296951 39.14453245 In Anatolian Sites
Buğdaylık 27.95648726 38.71613551 In Surveyed Sites
Bügenek Tepe? 34.35819033 39.85882901 In Anatolian Sites
Burunkisla 35.22448604 39.44576075 In Surveyed Sites
Büyük 35.07954635 39.30727058 In Surveyed Sites
Büyük Güllücek Höyük 34.74658935 40.34149256 In Anatolian Sites
Büyük Höyük 33.74470088 39.07319013 In Surveyed Sites
Büyükkale 27.555517 38.031933 In Anatolian Sites
Büyükkale 33.92343026 39.65015871 In Surveyed Sites
Büyüknefes 34.50638608 39.85922965 In Anatolian Sites
Çadır Höyük 35.14292538 39.67640299 In Anatolian Sites
Cafer Höyük 38.74996083 38.41689391 In Anatolian Sites
Çalbayır 32.06138944 39.55064898 In Surveyed Sites
Caltilar Höyük 29.69097085 36.91902741 In Anatolian Sites
Çamlı(bel) Tarlası 34.54376655 39.98868878 In Surveyed Sites
Çamlıbel Tarlası 34.58630306 40.01969711 In Surveyed Sites
Camurlu Hoyuk 35.10110661 39.64335594 In Surveyed Sites
Can Hasan 33.33125558 37.26310029 In Anatolian Sites
Çandır Küçük Höyük 29.98573758 38.18548729 In Anatolian Sites
Carchemish 38.015 36.829722 In Anatolian Sites
Çardaltepe 34.5792951 40.07082768 In Surveyed Sites
Cat Hoyuk 35.27636948 39.54996411 In Surveyed Sites
Catak 35.43314293 39.33919332 In Surveyed Sites
Çatal 34.68625634 39.21700532 In Surveyed Sites
Çatal Höyük 32.82719397 37.66827928 In Anatolian Sites
Catal? 34.31734195 39.66106245 In Surveyed Sites
Çatören Höyük 30.624633 39.320533 In Anatolian Sites
Çavi Tarlası 38.97012485 37.75115666 In Anatolian Sites
Çayhatap 34.8196056 40.42804049 In Anatolian Sites
Çayır? 35.09640312 38.94936757 In Surveyed Sites
Çayırköy Höyük 28.91225056 40.21048288 In Anatolian Sites
Çayırlık 35.20939452 39.33648923 In Surveyed Sites
Çayônû Tepesi 39.725628 38.21814504 In Anatolian Sites
Cayozu (Kurtkoy) 35.20600136 39.71767353 In Surveyed Sites
Çeçbel? 34.53170387 39.95976968 In Surveyed Sites
Çekerek Höyük 35.49868751 40.07351747 In Anatolian Sites
Celal Hoyugu 35.63136928 39.564326 In Surveyed Sites
Çengeltepe 34.82756501 39.82311669 In Anatolian Sites
Çeşka Kalesi 34.84030373 39.86634575 In Surveyed Sites
Cevizli 34.219245 39.258756 In Surveyed Sites
Çevre Kale 32.91670924 39.17984691 In Anatolian Sites
Çiçekdağı Mountain 34.29268101 39.58232418 In Anatolian Sites
Çikrıkcı Höyük/Kuşaklı Höyük 35.37276351 39.57620342 In Anatolian Sites
Çine Tepecik Höyük 28.01225683 37.60936165 In Anatolian Sites
Çıradere 34.68411216 40.01117405 In Surveyed Sites
Çivril tepesi 36.35541883 39.57752986 In Surveyed Sites
Coğulhan 37.04443281 38.3466756 In Surveyed Sites
Çokumağı/ 35.18062841 39.1702151 In Surveyed Sites
Colossae 29.27923522 37.80565024 In Anatolian Sites
Çomaklı 35.20551021 39.18489535 In Surveyed Sites
Copluciftligi 34.95345542 39.38994639 In Surveyed Sites
Corak 34.41560556 39.60508056 In Surveyed Sites
Çoran Göl 34.6004859 40.01870581 In Surveyed Sites
Cukur Argac? 34.32448611 39.57327778 In Surveyed Sites
Çukuriçi Höyük 27.35932445 37.9290439 In Anatolian Sites
Czichon #29 34.62452025 39.99459556 In Surveyed Sites
Czichon #395 34.55558418 40.02020117 In Surveyed Sites
Czichon #398 34.53607098 39.98184244 In Surveyed Sites
Czichon #556 34.51962143 39.96460238 In Surveyed Sites
Dalyan 26.15115 39.76335 In Anatolian Sites
Damlacık? 35.13224711 39.07329286 In Surveyed Sites
Datçabelen 32.36637138 39.91443537 In Surveyed Sites
Dedefakili 35.42746687 39.70144905 In Surveyed Sites
Değirmentepe (Elazığ) 39.47817232 38.68106697 In Anatolian Sites
Değirmentepe (İzmir) 27.071967 39.017933 In Anatolian Sites
Değirmentepe (Malatya) 38.46543044 38.47593026 In Anatolian Sites
Değirmentepe (Süleymanlı/Manisa) 27.793067 38.991933 In Anatolian Sites
Demircihöyük 30.26984673 39.84769198 In Anatolian Sites
Demirköy 41.06694871 37.92173607 In Anatolian Sites
Deve Höyük 37.63869557 36.76723039 In Anatolian Sites
Direkli Cave 36.6453676 37.86083837 In Anatolian Sites
Doğancı Höyük 30.97635348 39.80690624 In Anatolian Sites
Doğantepe 35.60093274 40.59670624 In Anatolian Sites
Döğmekale 32.78347821 40.2151766 In Surveyed Sites
Domuztepe 37.03521252 37.32162986 In Anatolian Sites
Dümrek Sanctuary 31.89400965 39.85178982 In Anatolian Sites
Dündartepe 36.34653702 41.26752912 In Anatolian Sites
Eflatunpinar 31.67454794 37.82547573 In Anatolian Sites
Egrihuyuk Tepesi Hoyugu (Agri Hoyuk) 35.5185719 39.34996328 In Surveyed Sites
Eğriköy 35.21081719 38.21474569 In Surveyed Sites
Elbeğendi Höyük 39.58639729 37.30587392 In Anatolian Sites
Elgün Höyük 39.82886076 37.17018338 In Anatolian Sites
Eminoğlu 34.6341357 39.67753679 In Surveyed Sites
Emirler Kalesi 34.63437488 40.07193556 In Surveyed Sites
Ephesus 27.339722 37.941944 In Anatolian Sites
Erbaba 31.68129665 37.7590564 In Anatolian Sites
Ertuğrul Höyük 32.43252158 38.19656639 In Anatolian Sites
Eskiçeşme 35.09143689 38.99487527 In Surveyed Sites
Eskiyapar 34.77296388 40.15817316 In Anatolian Sites
Eşmebaşı Kalesi 36.12197728 39.7513501 In Surveyed Sites
Etiyokuşu 32.88517537 39.97672156 In Anatolian Sites
Evcihöyük 37.21478662 38.34718031 In Surveyed Sites
Fales' #4 34.8803403 40.00762974 In Surveyed Sites
Fales' #5? 34.8508034 39.99894503 In Surveyed Sites
Fales' #9? 34.90469022 39.96641109 In Surveyed Sites
Fatmaören 34.24105625 40.3099636 In Anatolian Sites
Ferzant/Kır Mevkii 35.2292533 40.65999705 In Anatolian Sites
Fikirtepe 29.09751321 40.9754907 In Anatolian Sites
Garipili 1 34.587582 39.208141 In Surveyed Sites
Gavurkale Kaya Anıtı 32.55911101 39.53178655 In Anatolian Sites
Gaziantepe Kalehöyük 37.38320788 37.06633763 In Anatolian Sites
Gedevre Tepe 27.9420597 38.6640198 In Surveyed Sites
Gedikhasanli 35.1150371 39.58000225 In Surveyed Sites
Gedikli Karahöyük 36.83240745 37.22019316 In Anatolian Sites
Gelingulu Höyük 35.05126988 39.60524584 In Surveyed Sites
Gerdekkaya 36.67571389 39.86966667 In Surveyed Sites
German Höyük 39.88556874 37.18537534 In Anatolian Sites
Giricano Tepe 40.74988122 37.81704782 In Anatolian Sites
Göbekli Tepe 38.92239518 37.22332219 In Anatolian Sites
Gog Hoyuk 34.31159603 39.51338349 In Surveyed Sites
Gök 2-Konurkale? 34.15737764 39.78987476 In Surveyed Sites
Gök Höyük 34.30939063 39.53159974 In Surveyed Sites
Gökçehöyük 32.73077886 39.66594543 In Surveyed Sites
Gökçekısık 30.395933 39.652333 In Anatolian Sites
Gökdin-Kale Höyüğü 37.25306658 39.80142137 In Anatolian Sites
Göksun Kale 36.50549792 38.02737931 In Surveyed Sites
Göllü Dağ 34.55051399 38.25983054 In Anatolian Sites
Gordion 31.97905613 39.65048605 In Anatolian Sites
Gre Virike 38.01724035 36.91738886 In Anatolian Sites
Gritille? 38.57204025 37.55643079 In Anatolian Sites
Gubat Şehri 33.58401273 39.46420781 In Surveyed Sites
Gubullu 32.49835012 39.73814523 In Surveyed Sites
Güllühöyük 30.80904092 39.61228057 In Anatolian Sites
Güllühüyük 34.10488512 39.58807576 In Surveyed Sites
Güllük Kale 34.88099291 39.91626741 In Surveyed Sites
Gulpinar 35.23383191 39.47444749 In Surveyed Sites
Gulpinar I 35.23383191 39.47444749 In Surveyed Sites
Gürün 37.27115676 38.72134223 In Anatolian Sites
Guvecli 35.36083076 39.23370515 In Surveyed Sites
Güzyurdu 34.03773849 39.4391915 In Surveyed Sites
Hacıbayram 34.68651574 38.92548317 In Surveyed Sites
Hacıçeşmesi 34.43892589 39.76251059 In Surveyed Sites
Hacılar 30.08450931 37.58483615 In Anatolian Sites
Hacımusa 34.82234152 39.22666103 In Surveyed Sites
Hacinebi 37.97549341 37.05964941 In Anatolian Sites
Halkavun 32.65513926 40.17944189 In Surveyed Sites
Hallan Çemi Tepesi 41.24050289 38.2188242 In Anatolian Sites
Hamam Karahisar 31.72394334 39.44237796 In Anatolian Sites
Hamitli Höyük 30.87653628 39.34740002 In Anatolian Sites
Hamzalı 34.68440844 39.6381759 In Surveyed Sites
Hanağız 32.37078186 39.86461505 In Surveyed Sites
Harım 34.45356311 39.04175585 In Surveyed Sites
Harmandali 33.95921157 38.95518124 In Anatolian Sites
Harran/Carrhae 39.030491 36.86388034 In Anatolian Sites
Hasanlar 34.67009728 39.16564519 In Surveyed Sites
Hashöyük 34.18400225 39.45224891 In Anatolian Sites
Hassanbeyli 36.56319848 37.13182589 In Anatolian Sites
Hassek Höyük 38.92272558 37.74823351 In Anatolian Sites
Hattuša 34.61527628 40.01973264 In Anatolian Sites
Havanin Olugu 34.08783449 39.38997568 In Surveyed Sites
Hayaz Höyük 38.28573971 37.58057687 In Anatolian Sites
Haydarbeyli 34.4786819 39.94964429 In Surveyed Sites
Hayyım Tepe? 38.30790799 38.4951523 In Anatolian Sites
Hazarşah Höyük 35.97471944 38.75790278 In Surveyed Sites
Hebilin Höyük 30.10965067 38.95653464 In Anatolian Sites
Hirbemerdon Tepe 41.01378462 37.77768208 In Anatolian Sites
Hittite settlement 34.62844635 40.01819233 In Surveyed Sites
Höyücek 30.54685726 37.4681298 In Anatolian Sites
Hoyuk Efendi? 33.78443285 39.54361014 In Surveyed Sites
Hoyuk Golhisar 34.21323 39.10005 In Surveyed Sites
Hoyuk Harmanalti 34.30184722 39.37062222 In Surveyed Sites
Hoyuk Kabakli 34.23692199 39.72105475 In Surveyed Sites
Hoyuk Kucuk Teflek 34.36985034 39.63919907 In Surveyed Sites
Hoyuk Palangic 34.256686 39.005837 In Surveyed Sites
Höyük-Akçaören 32.50216459 40.06283831 In Surveyed Sites
Höyük-Çayırlı 32.59142817 39.62603602 In Surveyed Sites
Höyük-Cepni 34.39782021 39.64007472 In Surveyed Sites
Höyük-Dikmen 32.0034385 40.01782655 In Surveyed Sites
Höyük-Dutluca 32.54095387 40.09624864 In Surveyed Sites
Hoyuk-Efendi? 33.78469362 39.54604095 In Surveyed Sites
Höyük-Esenler 32.4812058 39.87053351 In Surveyed Sites
Höyük-Eskiköseler 32.34431073 39.59107337 In Surveyed Sites
Höyük-Etimesgut 32.70805503 39.92152826 In Surveyed Sites
Höyük-Feruz 32.47253941 40.20256805 In Surveyed Sites
Höyük-Gündoğan I 32.22869217 39.489231 In Surveyed Sites
Höyük-Gündoğan II 32.23580227 39.49045667 In Surveyed Sites
Höyük-Güneyce 32.17371926 40.06335575 In Surveyed Sites
Höyük-Güvenç 32.71589067 40.15576603 In Surveyed Sites
Höyük-Hacılar 32.73930833 39.77431145 In Surveyed Sites
Höyük-Kuşcu 32.28009128 39.63638888 In Surveyed Sites
Höyük-Müslüm 32.07104032 39.75457165 In Surveyed Sites
Höyük-Ortabereketli 32.42828481 40.13308135 In Surveyed Sites
Höyük-Oymaağaç 31.9847668 40.04300205 In Surveyed Sites
Höyük-Şabanözü 32.04917165 39.71183689 In Surveyed Sites
Höyük-Safali 34.29515482 39.6378308 In Surveyed Sites
Höyük-Sarıoba 32.0855363 39.85397883 In Surveyed Sites
Höyük-Taşpınar 32.7788178 39.81237622 In Surveyed Sites
Hoyuk-Tatar Yegenaga 34.583363 39.041612 In Surveyed Sites
Hoyuktepe 34.533781 39.414482 In Surveyed Sites
Höyüktepe 32.59196787 39.51251945 In Surveyed Sites
Hoyuktepe Tumulusu 35.57876935 39.50895776 In Surveyed Sites
Höyük-Uludere 32.12494114 39.90780979 In Surveyed Sites
Höyük-Yukarı Şıh 33.58907888 39.45958868 In Surveyed Sites
Hozat Höyük 31.31867077 37.94379742 In Anatolian Sites
Hupisna 34.04926788 37.51030238 In Anatolian Sites
Hüseyindede 34.2330345 40.28695027 In Anatolian Sites
İbikseydi 31.43435 39.56885 In Anatolian Sites
Idrisli 35.08881238 39.72072338 In Surveyed Sites
Igdecik 34.63183378 39.72871512 In Surveyed Sites
İğdecik 35.08083584 39.23963743 In Surveyed Sites
Ikitepe 35.32012103 38.41863859 In Surveyed Sites
Ikiz Tepe 27.89879177 38.59599593 In Surveyed Sites
Ikiztepe 35.87081564 41.61414415 In Anatolian Sites
Ilıcatepe 27.274333 37.814167 In Anatolian Sites
Ilıpınar 29.30859294 40.46810141 In Anatolian Sites
Ilisu 35.36253652 39.50700353 In Surveyed Sites
İmamoğlu Höyük 38.47907367 38.47818714 In Anatolian Sites
Imikuşağı 38.45602903 38.5202356 In Anatolian Sites
Inandık 33.53509626 40.38084414 In Anatolian Sites
Incebucak 34.72406015 39.29186335 In Surveyed Sites
İnegöl I/Cumatepe 29.510233 40.079883 In Anatolian Sites
İnegöl II Höyük 29.546617 40.066383 In Anatolian Sites
Işıklar 29.50560048 39.27683275 In Anatolian Sites
Isuwa 38.59197911 38.46262418 In Anatolian Sites
Kadesh 36.5196 34.55781099 In Anatolian Sites
Kadi 33.96798867 39.69819366 In Surveyed Sites
Kadıkalesi-Anaia 27.270317 37.791383 In Anatolian Sites
Kadılar Höyük 35.36259244 38.1328183 In Surveyed Sites
Kahvepınar 36.44085833 39.46597778 In Surveyed Sites
Kale Altinyaze 34.424716 38.997046 In Surveyed Sites
Kale Hoyuk 35.14700069 39.79877861 In Surveyed Sites
Kale Seyfe 34.355069 39.192985 In Surveyed Sites
Kale Tepesi 32.05023346 38.30946127 In Anatolian Sites
Kale Tepesi 36.86855963 39.50011403 In Surveyed Sites
Kalehisar 34.68936931 40.28436694 In Anatolian Sites
Kaletepe 34.78719405 39.99143143 In Surveyed Sites
Kalınkaya-Toptaştepe 34.72551403 40.25381976 In Anatolian Sites
Kalkankaya 36.61011944 39.78421667 In Surveyed Sites
Kaman Kalehöyük 33.78664061 39.36266805 In Anatolian Sites
Kamışlıağılı 34.9217212 39.36734832 In Surveyed Sites
Kanesh 35.63491421 38.8506706 In Anatolian Sites
Kanlica 34.93365633 39.25681457 In Surveyed Sites
Kapalıkaya/Büklükale 33.42858086 39.58330023 In Anatolian Sites
Karaağızlı 32.70462055 39.68041175 In Surveyed Sites
Karabas? 35.06925809 39.76747065 In Surveyed Sites
Karabel Relief 27.45620524 38.3708087 In Anatolian Sites
Karaburun Hoyuk 35.07969485 39.71197709 In Surveyed Sites
Karaçayır 34.65648332 39.23691139 In Surveyed Sites
Karağaç Tepe 26.192917 40.058233 In Anatolian Sites
Karahna/Sulusaray 36.0825494 39.99690525 In Anatolian Sites
Karahöyük 33.10465565 40.21249015 In Surveyed Sites
Karahöyük (Kahramanmaraş) 37.11321944 38.26221111 In Anatolian Sites
Karahöyük (Konya #1) 32.44864769 37.82056726 In Anatolian Sites
Karain Cave 30.57133043 37.07804379 In Anatolian Sites
Karakaya 33.6375883 39.442487 In Surveyed Sites
Karakaya 34.60745546 40.00545902 In Surveyed Sites
Karakaya von Fındıklı 34.54827128 40.01066393 In Surveyed Sites
Karakeçi Höyük 39.43691766 37.45251534 In Anatolian Sites
Karakir 34.48438137 39.54756221 In Surveyed Sites
Karakova 27.93997454 38.17442351 In Anatolian Sites
Karaoğlan 32.83350256 39.73462958 In Anatolian Sites
Karapazar 30.555683 39.587283 In Anatolian Sites
Karapınar Höyük 36.59013803 38.61140156 In Surveyed Sites
Karasıl II Höyük 29.56166715 40.21518319 In Anatolian Sites
Karasüleymanllı 36.9706196 38.41252346 In Surveyed Sites
Karatas 29.98723504 36.7562577 In Anatolian Sites
Karatepe 32.20866752 39.65328819 In Surveyed Sites
Karaveli 35.2046257 39.63093813 In Surveyed Sites
Karayakup Hoyuk 35.38164272 39.55602716 In Surveyed Sites
Karayer 34.09912119 38.82203268 In Surveyed Sites
Karayün -Höyük 37.30780278 39.67503056 In Surveyed Sites
Karayusuf 35.00341657 38.96536919 In Surveyed Sites
Kavuşan Höyük 40.7296129 37.77841664 In Anatolian Sites
Kayalı Boğaz 34.6350101 40.00433291 In Surveyed Sites
Kayalıboğaz 34.92824546 39.33094227 In Surveyed Sites
Kayalıpınar 36.52802953 39.62034962 In Anatolian Sites
Kayışlar Höyük 27.706317 38.855117 In Anatolian Sites
Kaymakçı 27.92975866 38.62363297 In Anatolian Sites
Kaynakobası Höyük 30.95909961 39.71045099 In Anatolian Sites
Kazane Höyük 38.84595271 37.11976024 In Anatolian Sites
Kazıluşağı 34.71726732 39.47523323 In Surveyed Sites
Kazıt 34.85112789 39.39300583 In Surveyed Sites
Keçiçayırı 30.75929385 39.30018552 In Anatolian Sites
Kenan Tepe 40.81351702 37.83088628 In Anatolian Sites
Kepen Höyük 31.49310611 39.38522932 In Anatolian Sites
Kerkenes 35.08875928 39.75625744 In Anatolian Sites
Kilasan Tepesi 34.12738455 39.71770693 In Surveyed Sites
Kılcanlar Höyük 27.99268749 38.6795582 In Surveyed Sites
Kilise Tepe 33.55369459 36.50244106 In Anatolian Sites
Kinet Höyük 36.1571293 36.85358611 In Anatolian Sites
Kipik Hoyugu (Gulpinar) 35.21486265 39.48053547 In Surveyed Sites
Kıranharmanyeri 29.812683 39.009483 In Anatolian Sites
Kirkören Höyük 35.80256337 38.48162907 In Surveyed Sites
Kışlar? 35.10150115 39.08727685 In Surveyed Sites
Kızbacı Tepesi 28.09132672 38.64633115 In Surveyed Sites
Kızılcaköy 31.31264899 39.349758 In Anatolian Sites
Kızıldağ 33.07010115 37.50563326 In Anatolian Sites
Kızılkilise 30.13821699 39.01383301 In Anatolian Sites
Kızlar Höyük 33.94596249 39.34896361 In Surveyed Sites
Koca Dere 28.1391151 38.63947079 In Surveyed Sites
Kocadere 34.7655695 39.1109686 In Surveyed Sites
Kocahöyük 29.62268342 39.78236695 In Anatolian Sites
Kocakayası 34.62652972 40.03980119 In Surveyed Sites
Kocekli Huyugu 34.26465381 39.30425856 In Surveyed Sites
Kömür Adası 27.39975 37.4105 In Anatolian Sites
Konak Hoyuk 35.44940141 39.53619227 In Surveyed Sites
Köprübaşı Höyük 31.002283 39.757606 In Anatolian Sites
Köprüören Höyük 29.753733 39.504867 In Anatolian Sites
Körtik Tepe 40.98378228 37.81447705 In Anatolian Sites
Korucutepe 39.53166302 38.63552801 In Anatolian Sites
Korumkaya 34.60406273 40.01136008 In Surveyed Sites
Köšk Höyük 34.61233932 37.84692987 In Anatolian Sites
Köstütepesi 31.81662244 39.37929106 In Anatolian Sites
Köy Kalesi 30.9177541 38.83615779 In Anatolian Sites
Küçük 35.06177113 39.20171209 In Surveyed Sites
Kucuk Hoyuk 34.555721 39.373252 In Surveyed Sites
Kucukcalagil 35.42134097 39.64095674 In Surveyed Sites
Kucukkale 33.92020196 39.65092707 In Surveyed Sites
Kul 34.218742 39.329177 In Surveyed Sites
Kül 34.96982033 39.3706354 In Surveyed Sites
Kül 34.65798104 39.12652766 In Surveyed Sites
Kül Höyük 36.21948471 39.28519586 In Surveyed Sites
Kül I 34.82483859 39.30386124 In Surveyed Sites
Külahtepe 34.60146908 40.10418652 In Surveyed Sites
Kulak 35.22762885 39.18913829 In Surveyed Sites
Kulapa Höyük 30.82125755 39.23965025 In Anatolian Sites
Külhöyük (Ankara) 32.66373618 39.46958655 In Anatolian Sites
Külhöyük (Çorum) 34.38346416 40.66116193 In Anatolian Sites
Kulhuyuk 34.26399809 39.33355141 In Surveyed Sites
Küllü 1 and 2 34.48073283 39.49856805 In Surveyed Sites
Küllüoba 30.74351481 39.5557005 In Anatolian Sites
Kültepe-Ikizce 32.66402374 39.59263651 In Surveyed Sites
Külüntepe? 34.59086699 38.93321217 In Surveyed Sites
Kumtepe 26.195967 39.978917 In Anatolian Sites
Kurban Hoyuk? 38.42187062 37.48110496 In Anatolian Sites
Kurt Tepesi 36.13691071 38.6041204 In Surveyed Sites
Kuru Höyük 33.44439508 39.20669246 In Surveyed Sites
Kuruhoyuk 34.56638 39.329785 In Surveyed Sites
Kuruhuyuk 34.365154 39.17322 In Surveyed Sites
Kuşaklı 36.90973699 39.308409 In Anatolian Sites
Kuşaklı-Šarišša ḫuwaši 36.91433952 39.28664292 In Anatolian Sites
Kuşdam 35.18302407 39.0524331 In Surveyed Sites
Kuşsaray 35.10859208 40.60669498 In Anatolian Sites
Kütüklü Höyük 35.05251954 40.651285 In Surveyed Sites
Kuzayca 34.82686017 39.37378734 In Surveyed Sites
Kuzayca 34.85112192 39.39301279 In Surveyed Sites
Labelled as Eşmebaşı Kalesi 36.25460371 39.57227142 In Surveyed Sites
Laodikeia, Asopos Tepesi 29.104583 37.839396 In Anatolian Sites
Larisa am Hermos 27.02905855 38.66767856 In Anatolian Sites
Lidar 38.59563829 37.55794711 In Anatolian Sites
Liman Tepe 26.77533339 38.36259141 In Anatolian Sites
Lystra/Lusna 32.3384957 37.6018039 In Anatolian Sites
Mal Huyuk 35.1552552 39.46504277 In Surveyed Sites
Mal Tepe 26.368472 40.085194 In Anatolian Sites
Malatya 38.361111 38.381944 In Anatolian Sites
Maltepe 33.57567887 40.471857 In Anatolian Sites
Maltepe (Sivas) 37.08177916 39.74189103 In Anatolian Sites
Maltepe 2 (Sivas) 38.10720839 39.48755229 In Anatolian Sites
Maltepe/Bakıralan Tepe 27.72486677 39.08374999 In Anatolian Sites
Maltepesi Höyük 31.646767 39.792533 In Anatolian Sites
Maşat Höyük 35.7622074 40.14832941 In Anatolian Sites
Maydos Kilisetepe 26.355983 40.1849 In Anatolian Sites
Mazaka/Mašika 35.49006812 38.70594477 In Anatolian Sites
Mecidiye/Palamut Höyük 27.67405 38.888267 In Anatolian Sites
Medet Höyük 29.014967 37.5102 In Anatolian Sites
Menteşe Höyük 29.50406646 40.28393807 In Anatolian Sites
Mercimektepe 34.82595883 39.82688082 In Anatolian Sites
Mezarlik-Deveci 34.01806288 39.4683396 In Surveyed Sites
Mezraa-Teleilat 37.98609026 36.97731478 In Anatolian Sites
Miletus Millawanda 27.2784 37.5302 In Anatolian Sites
Mirahor 35.27922568 39.73483328 In Surveyed Sites
Mt. Latmos 27.55571518 37.52740261 In Anatolian Sites
Mülazım 34.60201732 39.46814368 In Surveyed Sites
Müsgebi-Bodrum 27.35313313 37.04158381 In Anatolian Sites
Müslümantepe 40.9407937 37.80322573 In Anatolian Sites
Musular? 34.22660653 38.34785234 In Anatolian Sites
Nenezidağ 34.45576301 38.37710526 In Anatolian Sites
Nevalı Çori 38.60550034 37.51829566 In Anatolian Sites
Norşuntepe 39.48044833 38.62789077 In Anatolian Sites
Oinoanda 29.56159904 36.79992237 In Anatolian Sites
Okuf Höyük 29.5515889 40.18766574 In Anatolian Sites
Oluklu Höyük 30.22448279 39.88991483 In Anatolian Sites
Oluz Höyük 35.62870023 40.54568063 In Anatolian Sites
Ören Mevkii 29.63736744 38.15825961 In Anatolian Sites
Oren Sehri 34.678038 39.73970878 In Surveyed Sites
Orta Hoyuk? 35.09887907 39.59588142 In Surveyed Sites
Orta Höyük? 35.11508395 39.57996155 In Anatolian Sites
Orta Tepe 31.89358154 38.31803312 In Anatolian Sites
Ortaköy 35.23685971 40.2548939 In Anatolian Sites
Ortapınar 32.19988314 39.96304014 In Surveyed Sites
Osmaniye 30.90276676 39.85334939 In Anatolian Sites
Osmankayası Cemetery 34.62226098 40.02669821 In Anatolian Sites
Oylum Höyük 37.17874932 36.6992439 In Anatolian Sites
Oymaağaç 35.42988939 41.20781313 In Anatolian Sites
Oz Hoyuk? 34.96652238 39.60798206 In Surveyed Sites
Ozan Höyük 37.15317778 38.28323889 In Surveyed Sites
Ozlunun Hoyugu 34.31348459 39.24894206 In Surveyed Sites
Panaztepe 26.9411 38.62145 In Anatolian Sites
Paşalı 34.98375721 39.01079435 In Surveyed Sites
Paşaşeyh Tepesi? 35.73754266 41.4811349 In Anatolian Sites
Paşatepesi 32.44048677 39.75975358 In Surveyed Sites
Pazarcı 34.75607675 39.05253527 In Surveyed Sites
Pazarlı 34.92633341 40.3253898 In Anatolian Sites
Pazaryeri 1 29.92956137 39.99044613 In Anatolian Sites
Pınar Höyük 29.951383 38.243183 In Anatolian Sites
Pir Hüseyin 40.38757779 38.11124862 In Anatolian Sites
Pirot Höyük 38.68711921 38.40597782 In Anatolian Sites
Pitane-Çandarlı 26.936083 38.930983 In Anatolian Sites
Polatlı 32.13169748 39.58780075 In Anatolian Sites
Porsuk Höyük 2 31.06395 39.7131 In Anatolian Sites
Poyrazli 35.09183805 39.3979746 In Surveyed Sites
Pulur Höyük 37.02224722 39.74410556 In Surveyed Sites
Pulur/Sakyol? 38.83269088 38.93421773 In Anatolian Sites
Purcuklu Hoyuk? 35.04240148 39.75779327 In Surveyed Sites
Razoğlu Höyük 27.90632211 38.5973327 In Surveyed Sites
Sacli? 34.89136984 39.4836188 In Surveyed Sites
Salat Tepe 40.90173631 37.83947493 In Anatolian Sites
Salir 35.3528346 39.67731992 In Surveyed Sites
Saltepesi Höyük 35.89282753 38.59451157 In Surveyed Sites
Samsat 38.51623243 37.51857401 In Anatolian Sites
Samsun 34.69166901 39.20233766 In Surveyed Sites
Sanyaprak 34.63297661 39.64729643 In Surveyed Sites
Şarag Höyük 38.00102359 36.91947386 In Anatolian Sites
Saranduwa? 33.32211285 36.14338736 In Anatolian Sites
Saraycık Höyük? 31.88974574 38.23984504 In Anatolian Sites
Sardis 28.03980594 38.48848349 In Anatolian Sites
Şarhöyük 30.53582349 39.79906743 In Anatolian Sites
Sarıbaba and Gök Tepe 35.32374363 40.20295119 In Anatolian Sites
Sariçi Höyük? 33.75207446 40.53910904 In Anatolian Sites
Sarıkaya 32.14475936 40.07513819 In Surveyed Sites
Sarıkent 34.76641949 39.3695506 In Surveyed Sites
Sarinoren? 35.03146754 39.58523275 In Surveyed Sites
Sarıoğlan? 35.93206944 39.07676667 In Surveyed Sites
Sarısu 30.91195572 39.61967524 In Anatolian Sites
Şemsiyetepe 38.36515056 38.58569857 In Anatolian Sites
Seyfe Köyü 34.35511571 39.19300204 In Anatolian Sites
Seyitömer Höyüğü 29.86368289 39.58104292 In Anatolian Sites
Sigiragili 34.36750424 39.34950917 In Surveyed Sites
Sincan 32.53080228 39.95675041 In Surveyed Sites
Sirkeli Höyük 35.74050848 36.99920248 In Anatolian Sites
Sivrihisar 31.53963679 39.44059469 In Anatolian Sites
Sivritepe? 34.52121442 39.69258017 In Anatolian Sites
Söğüt Çayı Höyük 28.708217 38.533233 In Anatolian Sites
Söğütçük Pınarı 34.26819444 39.8398123 In Surveyed Sites
Something? 32.47279261 39.91050706 In Surveyed Sites
Sos Höyük? 41.52218096 39.99363354 In Anatolian Sites
Stone pits surrounded by sherds 34.62916589 40.03096046 In Surveyed Sites
Su Deliği Tepe 27.871067 39.007617 In Anatolian Sites
Suluca Karahöyük 34.56132976 38.94704422 In Anatolian Sites
Sulutas Höyük 32.35728089 37.93244484 In Anatolian Sites
Sumerin Sivri Kale? 35.20714977 39.59288199 In Surveyed Sites
Šuppitaššu Gölü 36.9150678 39.28515135 In Anatolian Sites
Sur Tepesi 36.77626971 39.5180159 In Surveyed Sites
Surtepe Höyük 37.94830318 37.05433436 In Anatolian Sites
Tahirabat 34.66978878 40.19155383 In Anatolian Sites
Tarsus 34.89292638 36.9175787 In Anatolian Sites
Taslik Hoyuk 35.02691519 39.80166895 In Surveyed Sites
Tatar Höyük 38.63292033 37.39252507 In Surveyed Sites
Tatarhuyuk 34.43823 39.396418 In Surveyed Sites
Tatlıcak Höyük 36.83670737 39.59001471 In Surveyed Sites
Tekeköy 36.46085278 41.20546944 In Anatolian Sites
Tell Sabi Abyad 39.09279289 36.50363354 In Anatolian Sites
Tenedos/Bozcaada 26.072467 39.836133 In Anatolian Sites
Tepe 34.48282466 39.54885596 In Surveyed Sites
Tepecik Çiftlik 34.49390892 38.17234485 In Anatolian Sites
Tepedogan 35.31486666 39.41607564 In Surveyed Sites
Termehöyük 33.54337771 40.37785953 In Anatolian Sites
Tilbeşar 37.55822199 36.87398403 In Anatolian Sites
Tilkigedigi Tepe Tower? 35.12250253 39.78450267 In Surveyed Sites
Tilkilitepe 34.5953943 40.02890373 In Surveyed Sites
Tilkilitepe Settlement 34.59013237 40.03009099 In Surveyed Sites
Tilkitepe 43.32517173 38.46617679 In Anatolian Sites
Tille Höyük 38.88293575 37.73359544 In Anatolian Sites
Tilmen Höyük 36.70429372 37.02995388 In Anatolian Sites
Titriş Höyük 38.67599514 37.476045 In Anatolian Sites
Tomarca 35.32017927 39.50811107 In Surveyed Sites
Topakhöyük 34.29740261 38.60848184 In Anatolian Sites
Topaklı 34.82643794 39.00711572 In Anatolian Sites
Tosun Höyük 33.31542563 38.39519809 In Surveyed Sites
Troy 26.23888677 39.95749583 In Anatolian Sites
Tudeğin 37.0208299 38.28357014 In Surveyed Sites
Tülintepe 39.43308232 38.64934659 In Anatolian Sites
Türbe Höyük 41.81063033 37.77452195 In Anatolian Sites
Türkmensarılar Höyük? 34.83965662 39.9697551 In Surveyed Sites
Türkoğlu Çiftliği 32.40018202 39.79274276 In Surveyed Sites
Turna Höyük 39.51431044 37.32963213 In Anatolian Sites
Tyana/Tuwanuwa 34.56696006 37.8264518 In Anatolian Sites
Üçhöyük? 31.03632347 38.69334857 In Anatolian Sites
Uşaklı/Kuşaklı Höyük 35.05261238 39.81306141 In Anatolian Sites
Üzerliktepe 33.98401658 39.49388213 In Surveyed Sites
Varavan? 33.5873149 38.91483173 In Anatolian Sites
What is? 36.80713418 38.1559588 In Surveyed Sites
Yalınlı 31.38036342 39.69696376 In Anatolian Sites
Yalıntaş? 37.41958791 38.366097 In Surveyed Sites
Yamacli 35.07949029 39.30727458 In Surveyed Sites
Yanıkdeğirmen 34.93369232 39.25679211 In Surveyed Sites
Yantepe 36.54169101 38.03071918 In Surveyed Sites
Yarımburgaz 28.74331916 41.07438908 In Anatolian Sites
Yaslica Höyük 38.38385505 37.44127106 In Surveyed Sites
Yassıhöyük 34.07546152 39.31943542 In Anatolian Sites
Yassıhöyük (Kahramanmaraş) 36.9127957 38.39141323 In Surveyed Sites
Yassıhöyük/Külpeşe 34.882681 39.992996 In Anatolian Sites
Yatan? 35.26630452 39.22298657 In Surveyed Sites
Yazikinik 34.409769 39.160007 In Surveyed Sites
Yeniçubuk-Höyük 36.08626514 39.20465072 In Surveyed Sites
Yenifaklı 34.99664041 39.21823438 In Surveyed Sites
Yeşilhisar 35.14827734 39.19920315 In Surveyed Sites
Yeşiltepe 32.18055387 39.61848001 In Surveyed Sites
Yilanli Tepe? 35.50948489 39.69760209 In Anatolian Sites
Yılanlıtepe 34.74250641 39.89374602 In Surveyed Sites
Yılkıcı 34.99084469 39.37384485 In Surveyed Sites
Yoğunhisar 35.2396625 39.28986389 In Surveyed Sites
Yollarbaşı Höyük 39.65685701 37.31048648 In Anatolian Sites
Yug 34.39368 39.115775 In Surveyed Sites
Yüğücek Höyük 29.720663 40.41900999 In Anatolian Sites
Yukansazlık 34.78971371 39.41205918 In Surveyed Sites
Yukarisarikaya 35.16221749 39.4225634 In Surveyed Sites
Yümüktepe 34.60408404 36.80126878 In Anatolian Sites
Zank 34.79424785 38.95237714 In Surveyed Sites
Zerezek 35.87757748 38.61761459 In Anatolian Sites
Zeytinli Bahçe Höyük 37.96583941 36.99974616 In Anatolian Sites
Zeyve Höyük 34.58056767 37.5148449 In Anatolian Sites
Zile 35.8903884 40.30408302 In Anatolian Sites
Zincidere 35.58298048 38.64554501 In Anatolian Sites
Zincirli 36.67879669 37.10350873 In Anatolian Sites
Ziyaret Tepe 40.79322334 37.79350727 In Anatolian Sites