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12 This dissertation brings together Özgen‘s and Draycott‘s approaches by examining the Anatolian dress types typologically and through case studies, and then discussing the possible role of each dress item in communicating social roles and status in an attempt to enlighten the socio-political history of the region. Historiography of „The Art in Achaemenid Anatolia‟ The terminology used to define the general character of the arts of the sixth century to fourth centuries in Western Anatolia has been a problem in the existing scholarship.

By the early fourth century Persian authority was severely shaken, leading the emergence of local powers such as the Carian Mausolos (377-353) or Lycian Perikles. (380-362). During the Achaemenid period Lydian, Phrygian, Lycian, Carian, and Greek languages continued along with the now official Aramaic language. 13 Achaemenid accounts are not consistent about the number of satrapies and their boundaries. 89-97) lists a number of tax zones in Western Anatolia, but it is not certain whether the cities mentioned in this list refer to Anatolian satrapies or not.

For the legend of King Midas in Greece, see Roller 1983. 54 Barber 1990, 102. Her calculation is based on nearly 2300 loom weights within 90 meters of each other and average of 21 weights for each loom. 55 Homer Odyssey VII. 103-6. 56 Barber 1990, 197. 58 Thus, fragments of the textiles themselves and the evidence for mass production at the royal quarters in Gordion indicate that textiles were prestige items of the Phrygian kingdom and possibly used as a medium of exchange. After the Kimmerian invasion of 690, the Phrygian kingdom lost its political power.

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