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    Archäologische Forschungen im byzantinischen Hadrianupolis in Paphlagonien.Ergün Lafli & Alexander Zäh - 2009 - Byzantinische Zeitschrift 101 (2):681-713.
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    Beiträge zur frühbyzantinischen Profanarchitektur aus Hadrianupolis – Blütezeit unter Kaiser Iustinian I.Ergün Lafli & Alexander Zäh - 2010 - Byzantinische Zeitschrift 102 (2):639-659.
    Hadrianoupolis lies on the principal western route from the Central Anatolian Plain through the mountains to Bartın and the Black Sea, 3 km west of the modern town of Eskipazar, near Karabük, in Roman Paphlagonia. It was a small but important site which controlled this major route and dominated a rich agricultural, especially vinicultural, enclave.In 2003 the local Archaeological Museum of Ereğli began a small-scale salvage excavation of the newly discovered main church of Hadrianoupolis, known as “Early Byzantine Church B”, (...)
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    Four Lead Seals of the 11th Century From Yozgat.Werner Seibt & Ergün Laflı - 2020 - Byzantinische Zeitschrift 113 (3):923-932.
    In the museum of Yozgat in eastern-central Anatolia four eleventh century A.D. seals of Byzantine dignitaries are stored, all of them originate probably from central Anatolia. Basileios Trichinopodes was hypatos and strategos of Anazarbus in Cilicia in the middle of the eleventh century, Katakalon was hypatos and strategos of Larissa in Cappadocia in the third quarter of the same century, a civil dignitary, probably named Pirmanes, was protospatharios and chartoularios of the Bucellarian Theme in the second half of the tenth (...)
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