The Archaeology of Byzantine Anatolia. From the End of Late Antiquity until the Coming of the Turks.
Oxford University Press, 2017. 480p. Hardback. It is an omnibus resource on Byzantine Anatolia, which is exceptionally useful as previous studies on the period are scattered throughout edited volumes, journals, and excavation reports.  For a scholar of the Mediterranean who is relatively new to the study of Byzantine Anatolia (such as myself), this book provides a concise overview of archaeological topics of general interest. However, the most notable feature of the book is that it contains the first English presentations of foreign research; for example, the majority of the data found in the chapter on human remains (Chapter 4, F. Arzu Demirel) derive from Turkish publications. Furthermore, the book is well-illustrated, with clear, informative site and architectural plans, vivid color photographs, and detailed computer-generated reconstructions. Overall, this volume is a must-have resource for anyone working on material from Byzantine Anatolia. Carrie L. Sulosky Weaver, CJ-Online 07/11/2017 |a 27/06/2019 (Publisher's information).