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  • Elifnaz Durusöy - From an ancient road to a cultural route: The axis between Milas and Labraunda : 18/01/2013

    Conférence d'Elifnaz Durusöy (Master Architecture, ODTÜ)
    "From an ancient road to a cultural route: The axis between Milas and Labraunda"
    vendredi 18 janvier 2013 à 18h à l'IFEA
    Intervention en anglais

    The main subject of the study is revealing “cultural routes”, by the evaluation of ancient roads which have cultural accumulation on and around them. Considering the unique character of cultural routes, their formation as a consequence of cultural accumulation in a region is the main objective of the project.

    The project aims to explore the basic principles of cultural route planning and management in regard to the values of historic, natural, rural, modern and archeological components of cultural accumulation and cultural landscapes. Means that can be used to conserve and sustain their specific character are sought.

    In doing this, the study is structured in two main parts. It both covers a theoretical framework of conceptual principles and a case study. In the first part, together with the development process of the cultural route concept with different definitions and classifications stated by researchers and organizations the study mainly discusses the principles of cultural route planning and management. In the second part, based on the theoretical research, the process from a road to a cultural route is reviewed through a case study together with its planning and management principles.

    As the case study of the study, the ancient road between Milas and Labraunda is selected since it has a potential of transformation to a cultural route. Assessing its areas rich in cultural, historical and natural heritage together with the archaeological, architectural and local values, the work is finalized by a spatial cultural route model.


  • Elifnaz Durusöy - From an ancient road to a cultural route: The axis between Milas and Labraunda : 18/01/2013

    Elifnaz Durusöy (Mimarlık Master'ı, ODTÜ) konferansı
    "From an ancient road to a cultural route: The axis between Milas and Labraunda"
    18 Ocak 2013 Cuma saat: 18.00'de IFEA'da
    Sunum dili İngilizcedir
     

    The main subject of the study is revealing “cultural routes”, by the evaluation of ancient roads which have cultural accumulation on and around them. Considering the unique character of cultural routes, their formation as a consequence of cultural accumulation in a region is the main objective of the project.

    The project aims to explore the basic principles of cultural route planning and management in regard to the values of historic, natural, rural, modern and archeological components of cultural accumulation and cultural landscapes. Means that can be used to conserve and sustain their specific character are sought.

    In doing this, the study is structured in two main parts. It both covers a theoretical framework of conceptual principles and a case study. In the first part, together with the development process of the cultural route concept with different definitions and classifications stated by researchers and organizations the study mainly discusses the principles of cultural route planning and management. In the second part, based on the theoretical research, the process from a road to a cultural route is reviewed through a case study together with its planning and management principles.

    As the case study of the study, the ancient road between Milas and Labraunda is selected since it has a potential of transformation to a cultural route. Assessing its areas rich in cultural, historical and natural heritage together with the archaeological, architectural and local values, the work is finalized by a spatial cultural route model.

  • Journée d'études - Labraunda Day - 12/01/2015

    Journée Labraunda
    Lundi 12 janvier 2015
    à l'Institut de recherches suédois

  • L. Karlsson, J. Blid, O. Henry Labraunda 2011. A preliminary report on the Swedish excavations with an appendix by R. Hedlund

    L. Karlsson, J. Blid, O. Henry "Labraunda 2011. A preliminary report on the Swedish excavations with an appendix by R. Hedlund" in Opuscula : Annual of the Swedish Institutes at Athens and Rome no5, 2012

    Abstract

    The main goals of the 2011 campaign were the excavation of the Kepez tower, the West Church and the necropoleis. The tower of Kepez was excavated and black-gloss pottery indicates a date in the 3rd century BC.
    The 2011 excavations in the West Church uncovered three Late Roman and Byzantine building phases. Among the finds from Late Antiquity was a well-preserved glass lamp with a Greek inscription and a marble figurine, possibly representing an apostle or a saint. The excavations in the necropolis uncovered eleven tombs in the Area 5B, located along the Sacred Way, completing the excavation initiated in 2010. New tombs were discovered in the territory east and south of the sanctuary. Finally, the three stone sarcophagi inside the Built Tomb were moved in order to facilitate complete excavation and the cleaning of all the interior space of this monumental tomb. The conservation of architectural marble was continued and included the conservation of an Ionic column capital and an anta capital from Andron B. Thomas Thieme and Pontus Hellström prepared the publication of the andrones.

  • LABRAUNDA DAY 04/12/13

    LABRAUNDA DAY
    December 04, 2013 at the Swedish Research Institute in Istanbul (SRII)
    Istiklal Caddesi 247, Tünel – Beyoğlu, ISTANBUL Phone: 90 212 252 41 1990 212 252 41 19, Fax: +90 212 249 79 67

    "New Research at the Karian Sanctuary of Zeus Labraundos"

    PROGRAM
    14:00-14:40 Olivier HENRY (IFEA)
    Introduction and Remarks concerning the Labraunda Mausoleum

    14:40-15:00 Ömür ÇAKMAKLI (Muğla Bel.)
    A new Roman water complex in Labraunda

    15:00-15:20 Coffee Break

    15:20-15:40 Jesper BLID (Stockholm Univ.)
    New research on Building M and the Temple Terrace in the Roman and Hellenistic periods

    15:40-16:00 Can KARAVUL (Sakarya Univ.)
    Jeofizik yöntemlerin Labraunda Antik Kutsal Alanı’nda uygulaması ve sonuçları

    16:00-16:20 Felipe ROJAS (Brown Univ.)
    The Hypostyle Building of Labraunda: example of vernacular Karian monumental architecture

    16:20-16:40 Baptiste VERGNAUD (Ausonius, IFEA)
    Labraunda Lower Acropolis Excavation 2013

    16:40-17:00 Discussion

    17:00 Reception at the SRII

  • O. Henry - Tombes cariennes, tombes lyciennes : un processus analogue de pétrification architecturale ?

    Olivier Henry, “Tombes cariennes, tombes lyciennes : un processus analogue de pétrification architecturale?”, in P. Brun, L. Cavalier, K. Konuk et F. Prost (eds.), Euploia. La Lycie et la Carie Antiques, Bordeaux, 2013, 257-270

  • O. Henry : Then whose tomb is that?

    Olivier Henry, 'Then whose tomb is that?', in L. Karlsson, S. Carlsson & J. Blid Kullberg (eds.), LABRYS, Studies presented to Pontus Hellström (BOREAS 32), Uppsala 2014, 71-86.

  • O. Henry- L. Karlsson - J. Blid et al. Labraunda 2012 - Rapport préliminaire

    Olivier HENRY, Lars KARLSSON, Jesper BLID, Ragnar HEDLUND, Baptiste VERGNAUD, Pontus HELLSTRÖM, Thomas THIEME, Agneta FRECCERO, Elifnaz DURUSOY, A. Gülriz BİLGİN-ALTINÖZ, Fatma BAĞDATLI-CAM, Axel FREJMAN et Pascal LEBOUTEILLER,

    Labraunda 2012 - Rapport préliminaire, Anatolia Antiqua XXI Istanbul, Paris, IFEA - De Boccard 2013

    Une version en ligne de ce rapport est disponible sur le site officiel de la mission Labraunda : http://www.labraunda.org/Labraunda.org/Report_2012_eng.html

    Au cours de la campagne 2012, l’équipe est « revenue » au cœur du sanctuaire de Labraunda. Aucune opération n’avait en effet eu lieu à l’intérieur du mur de temenos depuis 1990. Au cours de cette campagne, les fouilles se sont concentrées sur cinq secteurs (fig. 01) : l’acropole du sanctuaire (zone 1), dont la porte monumentale a été dégagée, mettant en lumière un système complexe avec cour intérieure relativement rare dans la région ; le sanctuaire dit de Kybele (zone 2), que l’on soupçonnait être à l’origine du développement du culte à Labraunda et qui a révélé les premières traces connues, à Labraunda, d’une présence à l’Age du Bronze Ancien ; la tombe monumentale (zone 3), dominant la terrasse du temple, dont la fouille menée alentour a permis d’exposer une grande structure en Pi, témoin probable d’un important culte dédié au(x) propriétaire(s) du Mausolée, tout en offrant des informations précieuses quant à l’architecture de la superstructure effondrée de ce dernier. Nous avons également procédé au dégagement du retour ouest (zone 4) du long mur de terrasse situé à l’entrée du site. Enfin, un sondage profond a été creusé à l’angle extérieur sud-ouest de l’Andron A (zone 5), révélant une fondation de plus de 4 m de profondeur. Outre les opérations de fouilles, l’équipe a travaillé à renouveler, préciser ou compléter la documentation du site : analyse des éléments d’architecture de la terrasse M (sous la terrasse du temple) qui appartenaient probablement à une grande basilique romaine (zone 6) ; mise en place d’un Système d’Information Géographique ; reprise du plan ancien du sanctuaire avec un travail de relevé topographique moderne ; analyse de la « route culturelle » de Milas à Labraunda. Les opérations de mise en valeur ont porté sur le projet de restauration de l’Andron A, la conservation et la restauration des marbres, la production d’une nouvelle brochure en trois langues (turc, anglais et français), la mise en place de nouveaux panneaux de signalisation, la réfection du toit des dépôts archéologiques (zone 7), la création de barrières métalliques visant à limiter l’accès du site au bétail, la mise en valeur de la fontaine centrale, la réfection de murs de terrasse, etc."

  • Olivier Henry et D. Aubriet, “Le territoire de Mylasa et le serment d’Olympichos : autour d’une nouvelle inscription découverte au sanctuaire de Zeus Labraundos en Carie”

    Olivier Henry et D. Aubriet, “Le territoire de Mylasa et le serment d’Olympichos : autour d’une nouvelle inscription découverte au sanctuaire de Zeus Labraundos en Carie”, CRAI 2015, II, 673-702.

  • Olivier Henry et N. Carless-Unwinn, “A new Olympichos Inscription from Labraunda : I. Labraunda 137”

    Olivier Henry et N. Carless-Unwinn, “A new Olympichos Inscription from Labraunda : I. Labraunda 137”, Epigraphica Anatolica 49, 2016, 27-45.

     

  • Saison de fouilles 2014

    Avec les beaux jours commence une nouvelle saison de fouilles.
    Deux de ces fouilles sont étroitement liées à l’IFEA, Porsuk et Labraunda. La première puisqu’elle fut initiée sous l’impulsion d’un ancien directeur de l’IFEA, Emmanuel Laroche dont nous fêtons le centenaire cette année ; la seconde puisqu’elle est dirigée par l’actuel pensionnaire scientifique de l’IFEA, Olivier Henry. http://dipnot.hypotheses.org/839