Photographs

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AlbumG(1907)

Turkey
Browsing photos G001-G262

G_100 -
The Throne [Hittite monument on NW shoulder of Kizil Dagh, looking W resembling throne with high back, broad seat and low base. View of throne with inscription, men nearby]
Date: June 1907
G_101 -
Cut stone at the gate [Detail of stone at gate of the fort]
Date: June 1907
G_102 -
[The Throne and fort, Sir William Ramsay seated in front of Hittite ]
Date: June 1907
G_103 -
Rude wall of fort [Peak in background]
Date: June 1907
G_104 -
Rude wall of fort [General view]
Date: June 1907
G_105 -
[Detail of Hittite inscription at gate of Hittite monument - the Throne and fort]
Date: June 1907
G_106 -
[Hittite monument, the Throne and fort, Hittite inscription at gate]
Date: June 1907
G_107 -
[Fort - rough wall]
Date: June 1907
G_108 -
[Hittite monument, the Throne, detail of inscription on lower part of front of the Throne]
Date: June 1907
G_109 -
[Hittite monument, the Throne, detail of inscription on lower part of front of the Throne]
Date: June 1907
G_110 -
Ruin on top of hill [Detail of ruin, possibly part of fort]
Date: June 1907
G_111 -
Suleiman Hajji [General view of lake, mountain and settlement]
Date: June 1907
G_112 -
Suleiman Hajji [General view of lake, mountain and settlement]
Date: June 1907
G_113 -
Moulding on hexagonal tower doors [N fort, fallen lintel moulding from hexagonal bastion]
Date: May 1907
G_114 -
[N fort, jamb moulding from hexagonal bastion]
Date: May 1907
G_115 -
Moulding on N tower [N fort, moulding from N polygonal bastion wall]
Date: May 1907
G_116 -
Hexagonal tower [Fallen lintel with shallow concave moulding and medallion from hexagonal bastion]
Date: May 1907
G_117 -
Hexagonal tower [Moulding on hexagonal bastion wall]
Date: May 1907
G_118 -
Hexagonal tower [Hexagonal bastion showing circular base and stonework]
Date: May 1907
G_119 -
Hexagonal tower [Hexagonal bastion, stonework - using large blocks of stone, every alternate stone being set crosswise through the wall as a binding stone with the courses alternately wide and narrow]
Date: May 1907

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