The Hittite relief at Karabel, on the route from Kemalpaşa to Torbali. The relief is mentioned for the first time by Herodotus, who believed it respresented Pharaoh Sesostris III. According to modern research, it is most probably a depiction of Hittite king Tarkasnava.

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BUSCH, Moritz

Title

The Hittite relief at Karabel, on the route from Kemalpaşa to Torbali. The relief is mentioned for the first time by Herodotus, who believed it respresented Pharaoh Sesostris III. According to modern research, it is most probably a depiction of Hittite king Tarkasnava.

Alternative Title

Das Bild des Sesostris bei Nymphaeon.

Date

1865

Bibliographic Citation

BUSCH, Moritz, Dr. L'Orient Pittoresque, Publication Artistique dessinée d'après nature par A. Löffler et accompagnée du texte descriptif du Dr. Maurice Busch, avec 32 gravures en acier, Trieste, Lloyd Autrichien, 1865.

Identifier

busch_58

Spatial Coverage

Kemalpaşa /byz. Nymphaion

Asia Minor

Turkey

Subject

Art and antiquities

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BUSCH, Moritz, “The Hittite relief at Karabel, on the route from Kemalpaşa to Torbali. The relief is mentioned for the first time by Herodotus, who believed it respresented Pharaoh Sesostris III. According to modern research, it is most probably a depiction of Hittite king Tarkasnava.,” travelogues, accessed July 25, 2024, http://english.travelogues.gr/items/show/60180.