Photographs

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AlbumC(1905)

Syria, Turkey
Browsing photos C001-C264

C_221 - Ak akale
[Cruciform Building - Arch springing of E and N arm]
Date: April 1905
C_222 - Ak akale
[Cruciform Building - S wall of E arm including carved decorated stone, interior]
Date: April 1905
C_223 - Ak akale
[Stairwell to NE of palace. Turkish man - Ali Onbashi (one of Gertrude Bell's soldiers) in foreground]
Date: April 1905
C_224 - Ak akale
[Palace - Vaulted building, possibly the refectory]
Date: April 1905
C_225 - Ayas
[Funerary monument, pillar tomb]
Date: April 1905
C_226 - Ayas
[View of mainland from site of ancient harbour, civic buildings on lower slopes, necropolis on higher ground. Men preparing to pitch Gertrude Bell's camp]
Date: April 1905
C_227 - Ayas
[View of the site of the ancient harbour from above the Theatre. Gertrude Bell's camp nearby]
Date: April 1905
C_228 - Ayas
[General view across the necropolis, looking out towards sea]
Date: April 1905
C_229 -
[Church 4 from S, across chasm. Kanytelis "place of blood" - according to legend, condemned criminals would be thrown into the cavern and eaten by wild animals]
Date: April 1905
C_230 -
[Kanytelis "place of blood" - according to legend, condemned criminals would be thrown into the chasm and eaten by wild animals. Rock cut relief in cavern - six human figures]
Date: April 1905
C_231 -
[Kanytelis "place of blood" - according to legend, condemned criminals would be thrown into the chasm and eaten by wild animals. Olban tower with polygonal masonry on S edge of cavern]
Date: April 1905
C_232 -
[Kanytelis "place of blood" - according to legend, condemned criminals would be thrown into the chasm and eaten by wild animals. Funerary monument with arch, Turkish women and goats outside]
Date: April 1905
C_233 -
[Kanytelis "place of blood" - according to legend, condemned criminals would be thrown into the chasm and eaten by wild animals. Funerary monument with pillars]
Date: April 1905
C_234 -
[Kanytelis "place of blood" - according to legend, condemned criminals would be thrown into the chasm and eaten by wild animals. Yuruks with Fattuh [to left of picture]]
Date: April 1905
C_235 -
[Kanytelis "place of blood" - according to legend, condemned criminals would be thrown into the chasm and eaten by wild animals. General view of Churches 1 and 2 from NW]
Date: April 1905
C_236 -
[Kanytelis "place of blood" - according to legend, condemned criminals would be thrown into the cavern and eaten by wild animals. Church 1 - Narthex exterior with arched entrance. Turkish man sitting in arches]
Date: April 1905
C_237 -
Gertrude Bell's writing illegible [Kanytelis "place of blood" - according to legend, condemned criminals would be thrown into the cavern and eaten by wild animals Church 1 - NE corner of nave showing apse and Corinthian capitals]
Date: April 1905
C_238 -
[Kanytelis "place of blood" - according to legend, condemned criminals would be thrown into the cavern and eaten by wild animals. Church 1 - Column and capital in narthex, Turkish man in foreground]
Date: April 1905
C_239 -
Putlog holes [Kanytelis "place of blood" - according to legend, condemned criminals would be thrown into the cavern and eaten by wild animals. Church 1 - From E showing putlog holes - for holding inner end of cross piece in scaffolding]
Date: April 1905
C_240 -
[Kanytelis "place of blood" - according to legend, condemned criminals would be thrown into the cavern and eaten by wild animals. Church 1 - Apse interior, Turkish man seated in foreground]
Date: April 1905

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