Karahöyük, Elbistan, Turkey: a major Chalcolithic and Bronze Age tell site (c. 180° prospect). Karahöyük is one of the largest tells in the Elbistan basin, between the Taurus and Antitaurus mountains. It was a major centre in Hittite times. (Photo: Andrew Sherratt, August 2005).

Brown, G. H. 1967 'Prehistoric pottery from the Antitaurus' Anatolian Studies 17, 123-64.
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How to cite this page: Andrew Sherratt and Toby Wilkinson (2005), 'Panoramas: Karahöyük', ArchAtlas, Version 4.1, http://www.archatlas.org/Panoramas/pano.php?name=karahoyuk, Accessed: 14 December 2017