Biological Anthropology Lab

The Biological Anthropology Lab consist of over 7000 skeletons unearthed from excavaions, dated to different periods from Neolithic to 20th century, among Anatolia. The studies concerning dental health, paleodemography, paleopathology, burrial customs, genetic relations and molecular anthropology examinations are carried out on those ancient human skeleton remains.  The laboratory is aviable between 09.00 – 17.00 o’clock during Fall and Spring semesters. However, since the staff participate the excavations during summer time, the labarotary is generally closed. Volunteer graduate and undergradate students can conduct studies in the lab. The students have the opportunity to practice their teoric knowledge under the supervision of academic staff. Moreover, the volunteer students can participate the excavations if they have required qualifications. 

Skeletal Series:
Çayönü (Neolithic)
Körtik Tepe (Neolithic)
Aşıklı Höyük (Neolithic)
Musular (Neolithic)
Öküzini (Neolithic)
Tepecik-Çiftlik (Neolithic)
Bademağacı (Neolithic)
Hakemi Use (Neolithic and Recent Age)
Köşk Höyük (Neolithic and  Mediaval Age)
Değirmentepe (Chalcolithic)
Ege Gübre (Chalcolithic)
Hayaz Höyük
Cafer Höyük
İkiztepe (Bronze Age)
Titriş Höyük (Bronze Age)
Hacı Nebi Tepe (Bronze Age)
Acem Höyük (Bronze Age)
Bakla Tepe (Bronze Age)
Kerküşti (Bronze Age)
Antandros (A.D. 7th-2nd century)
Cevizcioğlu Çiftliği Nekropolü (Helenistic – Roman Period)
Şaşal Nekropolü (Helenistic – Roman Period)
Amasya Şamlar Nekropolü (Roman Period)
Sultanahmet Nekropolü (Byzantine Period)
İznik Tiyatro Kazısı (Byzantine Period)
Kovuklukaya (Byzantine Period)
Hagios Aberkios (Byzantine Period)
Komana (Byzantine Period)
Yortanlı (Byzantine Period)
Aziz Nikolaos Kilisesi (Byzantine Period and Recent Age)
Herayon Teikos
Ulucak Höyük
Salat Tepe
Edirne Müze Kazısı
Mezra Höyük
Gre Abdurrahman (Medieval)
Oluz Höyük (Recent Age)
Tasmasor (Iron Age and Recent Age)
Tilmen Höyük (Recent Age)
Gricano Tepe
Karavelyan (Recent Age)
Ani Ruins