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Harabe Tepe

Locations: Plateau (Yayla) River bank , Province: Malatya , Village: Dedekargın

Inventory No 198
   
Old Name
Ancient Name
Highly Probable Ancient Name
   
Latitude
Longitude
Elevation 690-700 m.
   
Species Mound (Höyük)
Type
   
Height
Width 75 m.
Lenght 50 m.
Area 3750
   
Periods Middle Bronze Age I Karum ~2000/1950-1700
Middle Bronze Age II Old Hittite ~1650-1550/1500
Late Bronze Age I Middle Hittite ~1550/1500-1350
Late Bronze Age II Imperial Hittite ~1350-1150
   

Location and geographical Features

 

Description

It is now flooded by the Karakaya Dam Lake. Dedekargın village can be reached along the road which turns westwards off the Malatya-Arguvan main road (Özdoğan 1977: 35).

 

   

Nearest Ancient Road

   
Survey Findings Sherds of Middle-Late Bronze Age central Anatolian Hittite wares (ware type 3.3), as well as coarse and painted wares (ware types 3.8 and 3.9) have been collected (Özdoğan 1977: 36).
   
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