Abstract | Greek Colonies and Their Neighbors in Rough Cilicia

How did Greek settlements interact and relate with their non-Greek neighbors? A sophisticated picture of these relationships is beginning to emerge for Magna Graecia and the western Mediterranean, but less is known about the Greek communities of the East. This paper considers the relationships between the Greek settlements on the coast of Rough Cilicia and the communities based further inland, discussing in particular new survey and excavation data from ‘indigenous’ sites in the Göksu river valley.