Photographs

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AlbumC(1905)

Syria, Turkey
Browsing photos C001-C264

C_241 -
Kanytelis "place of blood" - according to legend, condemned criminals would be thrown into the cavern and eaten by wild animals. Doorway (carving on lintel) with arch in wall linking churches 1 and 2]
Date: April 1905
C_242 -
[Kanytelis "place of blood" - according to legend, condemned criminals would be thrown into the cavern and eaten by wild animals. Church 1 - Doorway with arch]
Date: April 1905
C_243 -
[Kanytelis "place of blood" - according to legend, condemned criminals would be thrown into the cavern and eaten by wild animals. Church 1 - Apse window]
Date: April 1905
C_244 -
[Kanytelis "place of blood" - according to legend, condemned criminals would be thrown into the cavern and eaten by wild animals. Church 3 - Narthex from NW. Pirate tower with polygonal masonry in background]
Date: April 1905
C_245 -
[Kanytelis "place of blood" - according to legend, condemned criminals would be thrown into the cavern and eaten by wild animals. Church 3 - From S including narthex wall]
Date: April 1905
C_246 -
[Kanytelis "place of blood" - according to legend, condemned criminals would be thrown into the cavern and eaten by wild animals. Church 3 - S door of narthex, Turkish man in foreground]
Date: April 1905
C_247 -
[Kanytelis "place of blood" - according to legend, condemned criminals would be thrown into the cavern and eaten by wild animals. Church 3 -E facade, Yuruks and Ali Onbashi (One of Gertrude Bell's soldiers) [second from left] in foreground]
Date: April 1905
C_248 -
[Kanytelis "place of blood" - according to legend, condemned criminals would be thrown into the cavern and eaten by wild animals. Church 2 - Apse from N, Turkish men in apse]
Date: April 1905
C_249 -
[Kanytelis "place of blood" - according to legend, condemned criminals would be thrown into the cavern and eaten by wild animals. Church 4 - engaged capital at N end of narthex]
Date: April 1905
C_250 -
[Kanytelis "place of blood" - according to legend, condemned criminals would be thrown into the cavern and eaten by wild animals. Church 4 - Two Yuruk women in front of apse]
Date: April 1905
C_251 -
[Kanytelis "place of blood" - according to legend, condemned criminals would be thrown into the cavern and eaten by wild animals. Church 4 - From W]
Date: April 1905
C_252 -
[Kanytelis "place of blood" - according to legend, condemned criminals would be thrown into the cavern and eaten by wild animals. Church 4 - Apse interior with two women standing nearby]
Date: April 1905
C_253 -
[Kanytelis "place of blood" - according to legend, condemned criminals would be thrown into the cavern and eaten by wild animals. Church 4 - W doorway, boys in foreground]
Date: April 1905
C_254 -
[Kanytelis "place of blood" - according to legend, condemned criminals would be thrown into the cavern and eaten by wild animals. Rock cut tombs in cavern and rock cut relief of human figure. View from a distance]
Date: April 1905
C_255 -
[Kanytelis "place of blood" - according to legend, condemned criminals would be thrown into the cavern and eaten by wild animals. Rock cut tombs in cavern and rock cut reliefs of human figures, one reclining figure, one standing soldier. View from a distance]
Date: April 1905
C_256 -
[Chapel - apses from NW, shoreline in background]
Date: April 1905
C_257 -
[Chapel - apses from NW, shoreline in background]
Date: April 1905
C_258 - Ayas
[Pyramidal funerary monument - Turbe - showing doorway with inscription]
Date: April 1905
C_259 - Corycus
[View from shore towards Sea Castle (Kizkalesi - "Maiden's Castle"). Land Castle (to the left of picture) and Sea Castle originally connected by causeway thus creating fortified port]
Date: April 1905
C_260 - Corycus
[View of Land Castle from shore (Kizkalesi "Maiden's Castle") Land Castle and Sea Castle originally connected by causeway thus creating fortified port]
Date: April 1905

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