Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press / British Institute of Archaeology at Ankara, 1970.
525 pp. 241 black and white plates, 261 figures. 8.5 x 11.5 Hardback in dustjacket in Fair condition. Ex-library with usual marks including withdrawn stamp. Item #BOOKS010902I
Volume 2 only. Massive account of the 1957-1960 excavation in Hacilar village in southwest Anatolia. The significance of the Hacilar excavations lies in the fact that the site was "earlier than any settlement known in Turkey at that time and yielded the first information about Neolithic and Early Chalcolithic culture in Asia Minor"