The Harpy Tomb: Lycian tomb, probably of king Xanthus, which was named after its reliefs of female figureswhich resemble Harpies. Several reliefs of the monument were removed by Charles Fellows and are today kept at the British Museum, London.

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Creator

FELLOWS, Charles, Sir

Title

The Harpy Tomb: Lycian tomb, probably of king Xanthus, which was named after its reliefs of female figureswhich resemble Harpies. Several reliefs of the monument were removed by Charles Fellows and are today kept at the British Museum, London.

Alternative Title

The Harpy tomb.

Date

1847

Bibliographic Citation

FELLOWS, Charles, Sir. Lycia, Caria, Lydia, illustrated by Mr. George Scharf with descriptive letter press by Sir Charles Fellows, London, Messrs. Paul and Dominic Colnaghi and Co., 1847.

Identifier

fellows1_26

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Xanthus

Asia Minor

Turkey

Subject

Art and antiquities

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FELLOWS, Charles, Sir , “The Harpy Tomb: Lycian tomb, probably of king Xanthus, which was named after its reliefs of female figureswhich resemble Harpies. Several reliefs of the monument were removed by Charles Fellows and are today kept at the British Museum, London.,” travelogues, accessed April 19, 2024, http://english.travelogues.gr/items/show/55096.