Tumulus MM (Gordium)

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Tumulus MM est sepultura Gordii in Phrygia saeculo VIII a.C.n. medio deposita, anno 1957 ab archaeologos universitatis Pennsylvaniensis effossa. Ibi invenerunt ossa mortui quem a principio Midam, deinde Gordiam Midae patrem fuisse censebant), supellex e ligno curiose facta, vasa cibaria et potoria permulta quae ad cenam funebrem ut videtur adhibita sunt. Recentius archaeobiologi vestigia chemica ex his vasis extraxerunt cibosque et potum reconstituere conati sunt.

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Reconstitutio sepulturae Tumuli MM Gordiensis (Museum Civilizationum Anatolicarum Ancyrense
  • B. Aytuğ, "Le mobilier funéraire du roi Midas I" in T. Hackens, A. V. Munaut, C. Till, edd., Wood and Archaeology, Acts of the European Symposium, Louvain-la-Neuve, October 1987 (Argentorati: Council of Europe, 1988) pp. 357–368
  • Lisa Kealhofer, ed., The Archaeology of Midas and the Phrygians: Recent Work at Gordion. Philadelphiae: University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, 2005
  • Patrick McGovern et al., "A Funerary Feast Fit for King Midas" in Nature vol. 402 (1999) pp. 863–864
  • G. K. Sams, "Beer in the City of Midas" in Archaeology vol. 30 (1977) pp. 108-115
  • Elizabeth Simpson, "Midas' Bed and a Royal Phrygian Funeral" in Journal of Field Archaeology vol. 17 (1990) pp. 69–87
  • Elizabeth Simpson, "Reconstructing an Ancient Table: The ‘Pagoda’ Table from Tumulus MM at Gordion" in Expedition vol. 25 no. 4 (1983) pp. 11-26
  • Elizabeth Simpson, The Furniture from Tumulus MM. The Gordion Wooden Objects, Volume 1. Lugduni Batovorum: Brill, 2010
  • Rodney Young, Three Great Early Tumuli: The Gordion Excavations Final Reports, Volume 1. Philadelphiae: University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, 1981

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