Photographs

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AlbumR(1911)

Iraq, Turkey
Browsing photos R001-R216

R_001 - Hadr, Al (Hatra)
Hatra 1st chamber southern most [Palace - First Chamber - detail of carved decoration including carved heads on entrance arch]
Date: April 1911
R_002 - Hadr, Al (Hatra)
Hatra 1st chamber southern most [Palace - First Chamber - detail of engaged acanthus leaf decorated impost capital in archway]
Date: April 1911
R_003 - Hadr, Al (Hatra)
Hatra 1st chamber southern most [Palace - First Chamber - general view of carved arched entrance into chamber. Two Turkish soldiers standing in archway]
Date: April 1911
R_004 - Hadr, Al (Hatra)
Hatra 1st chamber southern most [Palace - First Chamber - detail of carved lintel and fragment of jamb]
Date: April 1911
R_005 - Hadr, Al (Hatra)
Hatra S liwan [Palace - S Liwan - interior wall with sculptured heads on pilaster and projecting moulding. Arched doorway in corner. (Plain back wall possibly a later addition.) Horse in foreground. "And more curious still, high up on the walls in the interior of the halls they set huge human heads in groups of three, and these too are sometimes dimly classical, a Medusa head, a bearded river god; and sometimes they are wild and staring masks, scarcely human."]
Date: April 1911
R_006 - Hadr, Al (Hatra)
Hatra S liwan [Palace - S Liwan - interior wall with sculptured heads on pilaster, projecting moulding and arched doorway. (Plain back wall (to right of photograph) possibly a later addition.) "And more curious still, high up on the walls in the interior of the halls they set huge human heads in groups of three, and these too are sometimes dimly classical, a Medusa head, a bearded river god; and sometimes they are wild and staring masks, scarcely human."]
Date: April 1911
R_007 - Hadr, Al (Hatra)
Hatra S liwan [Palace - S Liwan - interior wall with two sculptured heads (one of set of three is missing) on pilaster and projecting moulding. "And more curious still, high up on the walls in the interior of the halls they set huge human heads in groups of three, and these too are sometimes dimly classical, a Medusa head, a bearded river god; and sometimes they are wild and staring masks, scarcely human."]
Date: April 1911
R_008 - Hadr, Al (Hatra)
Hatra S liwan [Palace - S Liwan - detail of decoration at spring of arch]
Date: April 1911
R_009 - Hadr, Al (Hatra)
Hatra S liwan [Palace - S Liwan - detail of sculptured heads on pilaster. "And more curious still, high up on the walls in the interior of the halls they set huge human heads in groups of three, and these too are sometimes dimly classical, a Medusa head, a bearded river god; and sometimes they are wild and staring masks, scarcely human."]
Date: April 1911
R_010 - Hadr, Al (Hatra)
Hatra S liwan [Palace - S Liwan - detail of interior wall with two sculptured heads (one of set of three is missing) on pilaster. "And more curious still, high up on the walls in the interior of the halls they set huge human heads in groups of three, and these too are sometimes dimly classical, a Medusa head, a bearded river god; and sometimes they are wild and staring masks, scarcely human."]
Date: April 1911
R_011 - Hadr, Al (Hatra)
Hatra S liwan [Palace - S Liwan - interior wall with sculptured heads on pilaster and projecting moulding. (Plain back wall (to left of photograph) possibly a later addition.) "And more curious still, high up on the walls in the interior of the halls they set huge human heads in groups of three, and these too are sometimes dimly classical, a Medusa head, a bearded river god; and sometimes they are wild and staring masks, scarcely human."]
Date: April 1911
R_012 - Hadr, Al (Hatra)
Hatra S liwan [Palace - S Liwan - detail of interior wall with one sculptured head (two of set of three are missing) on pilaster and projecting moulding. "And more curious still, high up on the walls in the interior of the halls they set huge human heads in groups of three, and these too are sometimes dimly classical, a Medusa head, a bearded river god; and sometimes they are wild and staring masks, scarcely human."]
Date: April 1911
R_013 - Hadr, Al (Hatra)
Hatra Chamber 3 [Palace - third chamber, showing left side of arch showing detail of carved heads and decoration around arch]
Date: April 1911
R_014 - Hadr, Al (Hatra)
Hatra chamber 2 [Palace - second chamber showing entrance arch]
Date: April 1911
R_015 - Hadr, Al (Hatra)
Hatra chamber 3 [Palace - third chamber showing entrance arch with carved heads and decoration. Two Turkish soldiers in foreground]
Date: April 1911
R_016 - Hadr, Al (Hatra)
Hatra chamber 3 [Palace - third chamber showing right side of arch with detail of carved heads and decoration]
Date: April 1911
R_017 - Hadr, Al (Hatra)
Hatra Central liwan [Palace - central liwan - left side of broken arch showing decoration around arch]
Date: April 1911
R_018 - Hadr, Al (Hatra)
Hatra Central liwan [Palace - central liwan - left side of broken arch showing decoration around arch, and interior wall with carved heads]
Date: April 1911
R_019 - Hadr, Al (Hatra)
Hatra Central liwan [Palace - central liwan - foot of left side of arch]
Date: April 1911
R_020 - Hadr, Al (Hatra)
Hatra Central liwan [Palace - central liwan - carved decoration of arch springing]
Date: April 1911

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