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AlbumT(1911)

Turkey, Syria
Browsing photos T001-T216

T_171 - Altinbasak (Carrhae)
[Grand Mosque - Ulu Cami, Niche above gateway and carved inscription]
Date: May 1911
T_172 - Altinbasak (Carrhae)
[Grand Mosque - Ulu Cami, Niche above gateway and carved inscription]
Date: May 1911
T_173 - Altinbasak (Carrhae)
Harran [Grand Mosque - Ulu Cami, general view of ruins and Mosul Gate. Arabs and horses in foreground]
Date: May 1911
T_174 - Altinbasak (Carrhae)
Harran [Grand Mosque - Ulu Cami, general view of ruins]
Date: May 1911
T_175 - Altinbasak (Carrhae)
Harran [Mosul Gate - pier. Horses nearby]
Date: May 1911
T_176 - Altinbasak (Carrhae)
Harran {late Roman J.M} [Mosul Gate - arch showing pier capital. Gertrude Bell refers to J.M. Wilson]
Date: May 1911
T_177 - Altinbasak (Carrhae)
Harran [Mosul Gate - detail of spring of arch]
Date: May 1911
T_178 - Altinbasak (Carrhae)
Harran [Mosul Gate - detail of spring of arch]
Date: May 1911
T_179 - Altinbasak (Carrhae)
Harran [Mosul Gate - general view of arch]
Date: May 1911
T_180 - Altinbasak (Carrhae)
Harran [Mosul Gate - detail of Corinthian impost pier capital]
Date: May 1911
T_181 - Altinbasak (Carrhae)
[Detail of gateway]
Date: May 1911
T_182 - Altinbasak (Carrhae)
[Detail of gateway showing capital]
Date: May 1911
T_183 - Altinbasak (Carrhae)
[Fallen fragments of carved stone]
Date: May 1911
T_184 - Altinbasak (Carrhae)
[Apsidal structure near Grand Mosque - Ulu Cami. Horses in background]
Date: May 1911
T_185 - Altinbasak (Carrhae)
[Fallen fragments of carved stone]
Date: May 1911
T_186 - Altinbasak (Carrhae)
[Fallen fragments of carved stone]
Date: May 1911
T_187 - Altinbasak (Carrhae)
[Fallen fragments of carved stone]
Date: May 1911
T_188 - Sanliurfa (Edessa)
[Sacred water channel. Man nearby]
Date: May 1911
T_189 - Sanliurfa (Edessa)
Urfa [General view from a distance of town and cemetery]
Date: May 1911
T_190 - Sanliurfa (Edessa)
[Eight sided minaret of Ulu Cami, and cemetery. Man in foreground]
Date: May 1911

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