Photographs

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AlbumD(1905)

Turkey
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D_101 - Konya - Turkey
[Ince Minare Medrese - "Medrese with the Slender Minaret" built by Emir Sahip Ata Fahrettin Ali. Elaborately carved entrance portal using Koranic script is example of baroque period in Seljuk architecture. Front view with Fattuh standing outside]
Date: May 1905
D_102 - Konya - Turkey
[Ince Minare Medrese - "Medrese with the Slender Minaret" built by Emir Sahip Ata Fahrettin Ali. Carved base of minaret with Fattuh standing beside]
Date: May 1905
D_103 - Karaman (Laranda)
[Ince Minare Medrese - "Medrese with the Slender Minaret" built by Emir Sahip Ata Fahrettin Ali. Elaborately carved entrance portal using Koranic script is example of baroque period in Seljuk architecture. Fattuh standing outside]
Date: May 1905
D_104 - Karaman (Laranda)
[Ince Minare Medrese - "Medrese with the Slender Minaret" built by Emir Sahip Ata Fahrettin Ali. Elaborately carved entrance portal using Koranic script is example of baroque period in Seljuk architecture. General view of exterior showing minaret damaged by lightening in 1901. Fattuh standing outside]
Date: May 1905
D_105 - Karaman (Laranda)
[Ince Minare Medrese - "Medrese with the Slender Minaret" built by Emir Sahip Ata Fahrettin Ali. Elaborately carved entrance portal using Koranic script is example of baroque period in Seljuk architecture. Detail of decoration of main doorway, woman seated in foreground]
Date: May 1905
D_106 - Karaman (Laranda)
[B?y?k Karatay Medrese, doorway - example of Islamic art, combining Arabic striped stonework, Greek Corinthian columns and Koranic script with Seljuk architecture and interlacing geometric patterns in the decoration. Fattuh and another man standing outside]
Date: May 1905
D_107 -
[Panoramic view of site showing Triple arch (to right of photograph), remains of Temple of Tyche - five columns and architrave - on west side (in centre of photograph) and Temple of Zeus Olbius - on south side (to left of photograph)]
Date: May 1905
D_108 - Karaman (Laranda)
[Station, workmen in foreground, carriages on rails]
Date: May 1905
D_109 - Karaman (Laranda)
[General view over town]
Date: May 1905
D_110 - Karaman (Laranda)
[Sahip Ata Camii, built by Emir Sahip Ata Fahrettin Ali. Elaborately carved entrance and minaret, men standing outside]
Date: May 1905
D_111 - Karaman (Laranda)
[Sahip Ata Camii, built by Emir Sahip Ata Fahrettin Ali. Detail of carved wooden door]
Date: May 1905
D_112 - Karaman (Laranda)
[Sahip Ata Camii, built by Emir Sahip Ata Fahrettin Ali. Entrance - detail of fountain - one of two which flank gateway to mosque]
Date: May 1905
D_113 - Karaman (Laranda)
[Sahip Ata Camii, built by Emir Sahip Ata Fahrettin Ali. Inner door, detail of carving. Child in wheelbarrow in foreground]
Date: May 1905
D_114 - Karaman (Laranda)
[Sahip Ata Camii, built by Emir Sahip Ata Fahrettin Ali. Interior view showing carved columns]
Date: May 1905
D_115 - Karaman (Laranda)
[Sahip Ata Camii, built by Emir Sahip Ata Fahrettin Ali. Interior view showing carved columns]
Date: May 1905
D_116 - Karaman (Laranda)
[Sircali Medrese, built by Badr al-Din Muslih, tutor of Alfeddin Keyk-bad II. First large-scale structure in Anatolia to be decorated throughout with ceramic tiles. View of Iwan]
Date: May 1905
D_117 - Karaman (Laranda)
[Sircali Medrese, built by Badr al-Din Muslih, tutor of Alfeddin Keyk-bad II. First large-scale structure in Anatolia to be decorated throughout with ceramic tiles. Chamber to right of Iwan with decorative tiles, Fattuh and boy in foreground]
Date: May 1905
D_118 - Karaman (Laranda)
[Sircali Medrese, built by Badr al-Din Muslih, tutor of Alfeddin Keyk-bad II. First large-scale structure in Anatolia to be decorated throughout with ceramic tiles. Fattuh standing in entrance]
Date: May 1905
D_119 - Karaman (Laranda)
[Sircali Medrese, built by Badr al-Din Muslih, tutor of Alfeddin Keyk-bad II. First large-scale structure in Anatolia to be decorated throughout with ceramic tiles. Entrance, detail of carved decoration]
Date: May 1905
D_120 -
[Monastery cut from rock and mountains]
Date: May 1905

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