“The Byzantine Kitchen in the Domestic Complexes of Cappadocia,” in T. Vorderstrasse and J. Roodenberg (eds) Archaeology of the Countryside in Medieval Anatolia (Leiden: Netherlands Institute for the Near East 2009) 109-127.

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“The Byzantine Kitchen in the Domestic Complexes of Cappadocia,” in T. Vorderstrasse and J. Roodenberg (eds) Archaeology of the Countryside in Medieval Anatolia (Leiden: Netherlands Institute for the Near East 2009) 109-127.
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  Archaeology of the Countryside in  Medieval Anatolia  edited hI' Tasha Vo r de rstrasseandJacobRooden be rg .'\ EI) ER I__\i'"DSI1"STI Tl llT \/00 1{ III ' I' N , \ H IJ I ~ (JOSTEN 2009  Copyright 2{){)9 IJ,· 1\'.: dcrla nd sI nS li lUUI v oor hel Nahl je Dos lcn WilleSin gd 2.5  Poslbus 9515  2300RA L.eidc n. Ncderland Nino pub li c;' l1i oo S@hilm.Jcidcnuni v. nl  A I/ ril<l'IlSI·.s. n ' ~ d . ;IIel ld ill/( f h~ flXlllS /0fra lls/ (l1r or 10 r.: pr odllt't' f hi J hoc/; or pa rIS Iht:rto/ ;II (111 )' form Archac.·ol ogy of !he C ( ) l ln l r y ~ i de in M«beva JAnaloha. ediT Cd by Tasha Vonk rs U ll.~ and Jacob Roodenbc-'ll'  UIIg: wc :Ncckrlall ds InSl i lu U! voo rhc!Nabije Ooste nIC Lt ick: n  (l'Oorll .... I Un gavc vanhelNe dc r ltu llb H islorisc h~Arc heo l ogisch Inslll!1uI IeIS lanbu i. IS SN 0926 -9.568: 11 3)  I SB N 978·90 -6 2 58 ·3 24 -9 p,imed in Belg ium  Table of Contents Foreword of the Editors .......................................................................................... Vll  Ca dlT HoYOk: A Rural Settlement in ByzantineAnato li a  MClrica C Clssis ................................................................... . . ......................................... 1  Byzantine Castles orFortifiedPlaces in Paphlagon ia andPo ntu s  James Crow.... .................................................... ......................... . .............. 25  Integratin g. Pal aeoeco logicalandArc ha eo -H is loricalrecords: Lao d use an d Landscapech: l1l ge in Cappadocia (centralTurkey) s in celate Antiq l1it y  Warren 1. Eastwuud.Os mo nGiimii$ <; ii.H akon Y i , ~ i lba$loglu. J ohn F.Haldon and  AnnEngland..................................................................................................... .. ................45  Me dievalRuralSeniemenlat Ki li se Tepein th eG5ksuVa ll ey Mark Jnckson ................................................ .. . ................................................ 71  Un etablissement monastique nlralpres du vi llage de Ba hceli(Cappadoce)  C(II hr:rine.!olivet-Levy and Nicole I.(.'maigre Desmesn il. .. .............................................. 85 The ByzantineKitchen in the Domes ti cComplexes of Cappadocia  Veronica Kalas ................................................................. .. .. ..................... . .. 109  By z an tineandMuslim CemeteriesatCatalhoyOk- An outline  MonikaK ... 'ialkowsko ............................................................................................ 129  Excavations at Amorium:Results fr om theLastTenYears (1998-2008)  Chris/opher S. Li ghTfoO I ............................. .. .............................139  TheByzantinegraveyardsfrom Ihpmarand Barem inNorthwestAnalolia  Jacob Roodenbelg ........................................ .. ................................................................. 154  Demographicdata rrom theByzantinegraveyard of Barcm  Songiit A/ pas lanRoodenberg ................. . . ........................169  Whathappened afterthe7 1h century AD? A differe nl perspective on post-Romanrural  A na lll i ia J-Ial1 ne/oreVonhaverbeke.Athanasios K. Viuni:l", Jeruen Pob l ome and Marc Wa e/kens....... .................................................................. ................................ 17 7 CeramicContinuityand Daily Life in MedievalSagalassos, sw Anatolia (ca. 650-[250 AD) A. I /JOnas ios K. Vionis. Jeroen Pohlom e. and /vI arc Waefkens ......................................... 191   Old ExcavationsintheAnatolianCountryside  Ta s ha Vu n/Cl"s trasse ...... ... .................. .. . .......................... 215  Medieval Ce rami cs and th e Archaeology of Consumption inEasternAnatolia  Joani(Q Jlroo/n .. .. .......................................... ................ .. .............................................. 235  Conc lu sion B yza nt in e Anatolia,holyAnalolia?  Krijnie Cigg aar ................................ .............................................................................. 25 9   A.NCIIA F.OLQ(; I'OFTIIE CO UNTRYS/O£INM£lJ/£VAI.A.vA rOUA [[).T. VOItDERSTRASSE AND J. R OO D ENHLR G.PlliA NS t 13,2009 The Byzantine IGtchen in the DomesticComplexesof Cappadocia VeronicaKalas Cappadocia in central Turk. ey offersa ri ch array of distinctive mat erial throu gh which to explo re thearchaeology of tb emedievalAnatoliancountryside. famous fOT itsunw mal landscape of volcanicrock foonalions,the area wa sinhabited intheByzant in eperiod byalocalpopulation Ihat carved theirdwellingsandplaces of worshipinto th e li ving rock.Ever sincetheearliestEuropeanexplorers of theeightcenthaod nineteeo th Cl'n turies di scovered thisexotic locale.Cappadociahasbeenposited asaretreat for localC hri stian monksl. In thetwentiethcentury,art hi storiansfocusedtheir research on th e d ( ) ze u ~ of paintedchurches foun dthroughout th cregion.Thesestudiestypicallydocume nl and analyze th eproblems in style,iconography, andpatronage of monumental, ecclesiasticalpainting.whichisremarkablywell-preserved in Cappadocia but doesnot surviveextensi\'ciyelsewhere in th eByzan ti neEmpire,especia ll y duringtheMiddle Byzant in eperiod 2. Morerecently,however,thewider, architecturalsetting in wh ichthechurchesarc !>i tuatedis stud ie d asasource for undersu Uldin gByzantinedomestic 3r chitccturc.settlementpanem s. andsecular use of space, tberebyopening entirely fresh lines of inve!>tigation for tht,; history,an, and archaeology of the re gion J. A number of se ttl ement ); thathavebeen re corded in the vo lcanicregionarecomposed of courtyardcomplexes defined asthe dom es tic residem:es of the Byzantine provincial dite of th et en th toeleventhcenturies.Thecomplexesthemscives consist of purpose-maderooms who sefunctions areclearly evident00:Ieeount of theirfeaturespreserved in side.In addition 10 ac hapeL andwbat appears to be a ceremonialhall.each complexpreservesastablea nd akitcbe n-- non-monumcnlal. utilitarianrooms thatcan ra relybe identifiedatothermediev al s it esjn tb ecountryside of Anatolia oraredifficult to detectif th eyaretoulldi ll an arcbaeological context. In the carvedcomplexes of Ca pp:ldoc ia ,manyroomspreserve notonlytheir co mpl etefloor plansbut also tb eir full elevations, th elatter providingkey di agnosticfeatures with which10 id e nl ify th emom type andits fum :tiun.For example,some r e<:lang ula r roomshave mangerspreservedalnngtheirwa ll s sothattheroomiseas il y id entifiedasastable. rt may even be possible to determinewbat kinds of animalswere stabledin th ese spacesu si ng the variatiulls insize,shape,andarrangeme nt of th emallgers as evidencefor differenttypes of animals·.Other roomspreservechinUleys aDd ovens,making elear th eirfunctions as k.itchcos.Suchfeaturesha ve typ ic ally collapsed in tbemedieval layers of otherarchaeologicalsites.Witboutapreservedchimney or oven,a I Kalas 2004, Ka las 2008, a nd Ouste rh olll 199 7a.  I ThebibliographyonCappadoci<l's pai ntedchurches is e nomlO us;key studies includeJerphamon 1925  194 5: Re Sile 1969:ThieR)' an dThie n)' 196 3; Thie n)' 1983: WhanOl I 19 88: JO!ivcl- Uvy 199 1. ) Ka llIS 2000: Ka las 2007a ; K al as 2007 b: Mathews and D a s . k a h l ~ i s- M alhews 1 99 7; Ousterlw ut I 997a; Ou slI: rhoul1997b:Oust er lw ut 20053 : Rod ley 19 85 hinli alth epo ss ibility ofsc cubr re si dencesa ll he site or  A~lk S aI1lY. 4 TOrtlncO 2008 .
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