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.
In this paper we discuss the evidence of synoikismos as a driver for polis formation in southwest Anatolia and its potential role in the urban transformation of Sagalassos during the Hellenistic period.
Operationalizing the framework of complexity economics in archaeology through proxies of material culture production.
Operationalising the application of adaptive cycles in archaeology.
In this paper, a model of community formation and organizational complexity is presented, focusing on the fundamental role of social interactions and information transmission for the development of complex social organisation.
Typological classification of the early and middle Hellenistic pottery assemblage from Sagalassos.