Online supplementary material

Çatalhöyük 15

Please use the links below to access online-only supplementary material for I. Hodder & C. Tsoraki (eds), Communities at Work: The Making of Çatalhöyük (Çatalhöyük Research Project Series 15)

Chapter 7. Digital Çatalhöyük: a cyber-archaeological approach Maurizio Forte, Nicolò Dell’Unto and Nicola Lercari

Figure 7.1: 3D visualisation of B.89 by digital photogrammetry
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Chapter 10. An integrated approach to the study of socio-material networks at Çatalhöyük​ Camilla Mazzucato, Sean Doyle, Justine Issavi, Serena Love, Duygu Tarkan,
Christina Tsoraki, Milena Vasić and Rena Veropoulidou

Scalable versions (PDF) of figures:
10.1 | 10.3 | 10.410.710.8a | 10.8b10.910.1210.13a10.13b10.14 | 10.17

In addition, colour versions of selected figures are available as follows:

Chapter 6. Integrating conservation in practice at Çatalhöyük, an inter-team perspective Ashley M. Lingle et al.:

Figures 6.1, 6.4, 6.12 and 6.13

Chapter 7. Digital Çatalhöyük: a cyber-archaeological approach Maurizio Forte, Nicolò Dell’Unto and Nicola Lercari:

Figures 7.1–7.9

Chapter 8. The seasonality of using wetland and riparian environments at Çatalhöyük Jesse Wolfhagen et al.:

Figure 8.1

Chapter 9. The complexity of open spaces at Çatalhöyük Justine Issavi et al.:

Figures 9.4, 9.5, 9.11–9.13, 9.15–9.16, 9.18–9.19 and 9.21–9.25

Chapter 12. Entwining time and materialising communities: house biographies and temporalities of space-making Kevin Kay:

Figures 12.1, 12.3 and 12.6

Chapter 13. Diachronic entanglements at Çatalhöyük: complementing network visualisations of key human and thing dependencies with a data-scaffolding and modelling approach Angus Mol, Dominik Lukas & Ian Hodder:

Figure 13.4

Chapter 15. Social tolerance and violence at Neolithic Çatalhöyük Christopher J. Knüsel​ et al.:

Figure 15.1

Chapter 16. The colour of things. Pigments and colours in Neolithic Çatalhöyük Eline M.J. Schotsmans et al.:

Figures 16.1–16.21

Çatalhöyük 14

Please use the links below to access online-only supplementary material for I. Hodder (ed.), The Matter of Çatalhöyük: Reports from the 2009–2017 Seasons (Çatalhöyük Research Project Series 14)

Chapter 7. Large clay balls at Çatalhöyük East Lucy E. Bennison-Chapman

Figures S7.1–S7.16, and Tables S7.1–S7.7 (PDF)

Chapter 8. A ‘token’ story? The small geometric clay objects at Neolithic Çatalhöyük Lucy E. Bennison-Chapman

Figures S8.1–S8.18 (PDF)

Chapter 13. The ground stone technologies at Neolithic Çatalhöyük: issues of production, use and deposition Christina Tsoraki

Table S13.1: The distribution of object types across Hodder Levels (Excel spreadsheet)
Figures S13.1– S13.6 (PDF)

In addition, colour versions of selected figures are available as follows:

Chapter 4. Pottery production technologies and quantified analysis Duygu Tarkan:

Figures 4.25, 4.27, 4.28

Chapter 5. Figuring diversity: the Neolithic Çatalhöyük figurines Carolyn Nakamura (with contributions from Lynn Meskell):

Figure 5.17

Chapter 6. Tracing human-animal relations across time and space through animal materialisations Lindsay Der:

Figures 6.5-6.7, and 6.9-6.15

Chapter 9. Beads and pendants in life and death: insights into the production, use and deposition of ornamental technologies at Çatalhöyük Milena Vasić et al.:

Figures 9.2, 9.3, 9.5, 9.11, and 9.12

Chapter 10. The shell artefact assemblage at Neolithic Çatalhöyük Rena Veropoulidou:

Figures 10.110.3, and 10.510.8

Chapter 12. Spatial contexts, temporalities and experiences of architectural paintings at Çatalhöyük Gesualdo Busacca:

Figures 12.4–12.9, 12.14–12.20 and 12.23–12.24

Chapter 16. Data analysis and integration at Çatalhöyük Ceren Kabukcu et al.:

Figures 16.33–16.41

Çatalhöyük 13

Please use the links below to access online-only supplementary material for I. Hodder (ed.), Peopling the Landscape of Çatalhöyük: Reports from the 2009–2017 Seasons (Çatalhöyük Research Project Series 13)

Chapter 5. The archaeobotany of Çatalhöyük Amy Bogaard, Mike Charles, Dragana Filipović, Dorian Q. Fuller, Lara González Carretero, Laura Green, Ceren Kabukcu, Elizabeth Stroud and Petra Vaiglova

Appendix S5.1 and table S5.2 (PDF)
Table S5.1 (Excel spreadsheet)

Chapter 8. Macromammals of Çatalhöyük Katheryn C. Twiss, Jesse Wolfhagen, G. Arzu Demirergi and Jacqui A. Mulville

Appendix S8.1 (PDF)
Appendix S8.2: measurements (Excel spreadsheets):
carnivores | cattle | cervid | equid | lepus | pig | sheep and goat

Chapter 12. The fish remains Sheila Hamilton-Dyer

Tables S12.1–S12.3 (PDF)
Appendix S12.1  (Excel spreadsheets)

Chapter 13. The avian remains Julia Best, Beatrice Demarchi and Samantha Presslee

Table S13.1 (PDF)

Chapter 19. Gdańsk Area human remains Michelle Gamble and Belinda Tibbetts

Chapter (PDF)
Appendix S19.1 (Excel spreadsheet)

In addition, colour versions of selected figures are available as follows:

Chapter 2. Disentangling the palaeoenvironmental reconstructions of Çatalhöyük Gianna Ayala et al.:

figs 2.2, 2.3, 2.5, 2.6, 2.7, 2.8, 2.9, 2.11

Chapter 4. The anthracological remains from the 1996 to 2017 excavations Ceren Kabukcu et al.:

figs 4.2, 4.3, 4.4, 4.7

Chapter 11. Multi-isotope evidence of diet (carbon and nitrogen) and mobility (strontium) Jessica Pearson et al.:

figs 11.22, 11.23, 11.24

Chapter 14. Micromorphology: exploring micro-contextual traces of settled life Aroa García-Suárez et al.:

figs 14.1, 14.2, 14.3, 14.4, 14.5, 14.6, 14.7

Chapter 15. Funerary practices I: body treatment and deposition Scott D. Haddow et al.:

figs 15.18, 15.19, 15.20, 15.21, 15.27, 15.28, 15.29, 15.30, 15.31, 15.32, 15.33, 15.34, 15.35

Chapter 16. Bioarchaeology at Neolithic Çatalhöyük Christopher J.Knüsel et al.:

fig 16.9