Sites and Projects
The interdisciplinary team for the fieldwork of the PSP consists of archaeologists, architects, ancient historians and topographers. Team members come from various countries: mainly Germany, Belgium, England and Turkey.
Throughout the years, the PSP has been financally supported by the British Institute at Ankara, National Fund of Scientific Research-FWO Vlaanderen, the Thyssen Stiftung and the DFG (Deutsche Forschungsgemenschaft). Logistical and administrative support has been provided by the Archäologisches Institut der Universität zu Köln and the Deutsches Archäologisches Institut in Istanbul.
The present project at Pednelissos is supported by the British Institute at Ankara.
Equinox Travel has sponsored the Pisidia Project since the year 2000.
Here is a selection of publications related to the PSP (the list is not exhaustive):
- S. Mitchell and M. Waelkens, 'Sagalassus and Cremna 1986' in Anatolian Studies 37 (1987), pp. 37-47
- S. Mitchell and M. Waelkens, 'Cremna and Sagalassus 1987' in Anatolian Studies 38 (1988), pp. 53-65
- S. Mitchell and M. Waelkens, 'Ariassos and Sagalassos 19882 in Anatolian Studies 39 (1989), pp. 61-77
- M. Waelkens, S. Mitchell and E. Owens, 'Sagalassos 1989' in Anatolian Studies 40 (1990), pp. 185-198
- S. Mitchell, 'Ariassos 1990' in Anatolian Studies 41 (1991), pp. 159-172
- S. Mitchell, 'Hellenization of Pisidia', Mediterranean Archaeology 4 (1991), pp. 119-145
- S. Mitchell, 'Three Cities in Pisidia', Anatolian Studies 44 (1994), pp. 129-148
- S. Mitchell, 'Pisidian Survey' in Anatolian Acrhaeology 1 (1995), pp. 15-18
- S. Mitchell, 'Pisidia' in Anatolian Acrhaeology 2 (1996), pp. 19-21
- S. Aydal, S. Mitchell, T. Robinson and L. Vandeput, 'The Pisidian Survey 1995: Panemoteichos and Ören Tepe' in Anatolian Studies 47 (1997), pp. 141-172
- L. Vandeput, V. Köse and S. Aydal, 'The 1998 Pisidia Survey Project. A Preliminary Report of Work at "Melli"' in Babesh 74 (1999), pp. 133-145
- S. Mitchell, Cremna in Pisidia: An Ancient City in Peace and War (1995)
- S. Mitchell and M. Waelkens, Pisidian Antioch: The Site and its Monuments (1998) S. Mitchell, Anatolia: Land, Men, and Gods in Asia Minor, Vols I and II (1993)