SAGAscape

Simulating Resource Exploitation Strategies in Iron Age to Hellenistic Communities in Southwest Anatolia Journal of Computer Applications in Archaeology

Abstract

In this paper, we present SAGAscape, an agent-based model of resource exploitation and subsistence strategies to explore the human impact of hilltop settlements on the natural environment in the study area of Sagalassos (southwest Turkey) during the Iron Age to Hellenistic period.

Publication
Journal of Computer Applications in Archaeology
Dries Daems
Dries Daems
Assistant Professor in Settlement Archaeology and Digital Archaeology

I am an archaeologist with a Ph.D. from University of Leuven, currently working as Assistant Professor at Middle East Technical Univesity. My research interests include social complexity, agent-based modeling and material studies.

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