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21, 22. Ancient Greek inscriptions from Tithorea (Velitsa) in Phhiotis. 23. Ancient Greek inscription from the castle of Amphicleia (Dadi). 24. Ancient Greek inscription on rock near the theatre of Glafyra (older Kapourna) near Volos. 25. Inscription from Glafyra. 26. Inscription from sarcophagus at Kapourna. 27. Inscription from church at Glafyra.
1. The mausoleum of Manuel I of Portugal at the Convent of the Order of Christ, Tomar, Portugal. 2. The sarcophagus of Manuel I of Portugal. 3. Water-douching tool used for the cleaning of cannons. 4. Banana tree.
Tags: Architecture and built environment, Banana trees, Cannons, Convent of the Order of Christ / Convento de Cristo (Tomar), Kings, Manuel I of Portugal, Medieval architecture, Medieval monuments, Monasteries, Natural environment, Plants, Portugal, Religious practices, Sarcophagi, State and military institutions - Diplomatic relations, Tomar, Weapons
Funerary monuments in the area between Kiz Kalesi (ancient Corycus) and Ayas (ancient Elaeussa Sebaste). The necropolis was inhabited by semi-nomadic groups, most probably Turkomans.
Tags: Animals, Architecture and built environment, Art and antiquities, Asia Minor, Ayaş / anc. Elaeussa Sebaste, Camels, Cilicia, Costume - Hats and headwear, Ethnic groups, Funerary monuments, Kiz Kalesi / byz. Corycus, Necropoleis, Necropolis of Corycus – Necropolis of Elaiussa Sebaste, Sarcophagi, Social sphere and everyday life, Tents, Turkey, Turkomans
Peasant using the cover of an ancient sarcophagus as a drinking trough, outside Yalvaç, which is built next to the site of Antioch of Pisidia.
Tags: Agricultural tasks, Architecture and built environment, Art and antiquities, Asia Minor, Caramania, Costume - Hats and headwear, Everyday objects / Domestic utensils and vessels, Funerary monuments, Human types, Natural environment, Sarcophagi, Social sphere and everyday life, Turkey, Views, Wells, Yalvaç / anc. Antioch of Pisidia
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