Photographs

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AlbumT(1911)

Turkey, Syria
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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
T_191 - Sanliurfa (Edessa)
[Gravestones in cemetery]
Date: May 1911
T_192 - Sanliurfa (Edessa)
[Abd er Rahman Medresesi. Fountain in foreground. Men in background]
Date: May 1911
T_193 - Sanliurfa (Edessa)
[Courtyard and eight sided minaret of Ulu Cami. Man in foreground]
Date: May 1911
T_194 - Sanliurfa (Edessa)
[Large fallen capital decorated with leafs set within a ring of continuous double banded zig-zags, found in saray. Men standing in background]
Date: May 1911
T_195 - Sanliurfa (Edessa)
'Urfa [Abd er Rahman Medresesi, with Callihroe Spring (ancient Spring of Rohas) - Pool of Abraham - in foreground. Pool filled with sacred carp; according to legend, when Abraham was hurled from battlements by Nemrut into fire below, God commanded that the fire turn to water and the firewood to carp. Men in foreground. "The Pool itself with its mosque and cypress trees is one of the loveliest places I have seen in Turkey. I spent a long time there under the pretence of feeding the fish but really because after weary days of desert it was impossible to drag oneself away from the beauty of the clear water and trees and graceful towers."]
Date: May 1911
T_196 - Sanliurfa (Edessa)
'Urfa [Abd er Rahman Medresesi, with Callihroe Spring (ancient Spring of Rohas) - Pool of Abraham - in foreground. Pool filled with sacred carp; according to legend, when Abraham was hurled from battlements by Nemrut into fire below, God commanded that the fire turn to water and the firewood to carp. View showing minaret. "The Pool itself with its mosque and cypress trees is one of the loveliest places I have seen in Turkey. I spent a long time there under the pretence of feeding the fish but really because after weary days of desert it was impossible to drag oneself away from the beauty of the clear water and trees and graceful towers."]
Date: May 1911
T_197 - Sanliurfa (Edessa)
'Urfa [Callihroe Spring (ancient Spring of Rohas) - Pool of Abraham - in foreground. Makham al-Khalil Medresesi at side of pool filled with sacred carp; according to legend, when Abraham was hurled from battlements by Nemrut into fire below, God commanded that the fire turn to water and the firewood to carp. "The Pool itself with its mosque and cypress trees is one of the loveliest places I have seen in Turkey. I spent a long time there under the pretence of feeding the fish but really because after weary days of desert it was impossible to drag oneself away from the beauty of the clear water and trees and graceful towers."]
Date: May 1911
T_198 - Sanliurfa (Edessa)
'Urfa [Callihroe Spring (ancient Spring of Rohas) - Pool of Abraham - filled with sacred carp; according to legend, when Abraham was hurled from battlements by Nemrut into fire below, God commanded that the fire turn to water and the firewood to carp. "The Pool itself with its mosque and cypress trees is one of the loveliest places I have seen in Turkey. I spent a long time there under the pretence of feeding the fish but really because after weary days of desert it was impossible to drag oneself away from the beauty of the clear water and trees and graceful towers."]
Date: May 1911
T_199 - Sanliurfa (Edessa)
[Makham al-Khalil Medresesi (small oratory) with square minaret]
Date: May 1911
T_200 - Sanliurfa (Edessa)
[Makham al-Khalil Medresesi (small oratory) with square minaret]
Date: May 1911

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