Archaeology of Eastern Mediterranean is an immense subject that encompasses a broad range of topics from prehistoric to historic periods. Here a collection of forty-three essays is presented that are related to the archaeologies of Anatolia, the Levant, Mesopotamia, Cyprus, Egypt, Greece, Balkans and the Aegean. This volume is divided into seven chapters, six of which is organized chronologically from Neolithic to Medieval-Ottoman Periods. Last chapter incorporates the articles on other related disciplines of geoarchaeology, zooarchaeology, museology and ethnoarchaeology. This volume is written by the friends, colleagues and students of Marie-Henriette and Charles Gates, who are two outstanding scholars of Eastern Mediterranean Archaeology.