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Boustrophedon inscription, recorded by William Gell, from the throne of a statue at the Sacred Way of Didyma, the road leading from the Temple of Apollo to the sea. Inscription from a helmet at Olympia, votive offering of the city of Syracuse. William Leake cites the latter inscription to show how in Doric inscripions vowel crasis is employed so that inscriptions can end in dactylic hexameter.
Fig. 1. Part of stele from Bodrum (anc. Halicarnassus). This stele was most probably at the site of the Mausoleum of Halicarnassus. Fig. 2. Metopes from the Mausoleum of Halicarnassus. These Metopes, on which scenes from the Amazonomachia are depicted, are some of the very few elements of the Mausoleum preserved today, because the locals used them to cover several parts of the sewer system. Inscription from the Castle of Halicarnassus, also know as Castle of Saint Paul.
Fig. 1. View of Bodrum (anc. Halicarnassus). In the background the Castle of Halicarnassus, also called Castle of St. Paul. Fig. 2. View of the ruins of the Temple of Ares in Bodrum (anc. Halicarnassus).
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Inscriptions. Fig. 1,2. Inscriptions from the Temple of Jupiter [Beit Mery]. Fig. 3. Inscription from the church of St. Demetrius [Thessaloniki]. Fig. 4, 5. Inscription from the Temple of Aphrodisias. Fig. 6. Inscription from the church of [Church of Panagia Chalkeon (Thessaloniki)]. Fig. 7. Inscription from the gate of Aphrodisias. Fig. 8. Inscription from the altar at Auriol. Fig. 9. Altar at Auriol. Fig. 10 & 11. Details of altar at Auriol.
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