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    • From diplomatic gift-exchange to the Turkish market: Clocks

    • Clocks and watches -- Turkey -- İstanbul; Clocks and watches -- History; Clocks and watches -- Private collections; Clocks and watches -- Museums; Diplomacy; Commerce; Art object; Material culture
    • i FROM DIPLOMATIC GIFT-EXCHANGE TO THE TURKISH MARKET: CLOCKS by Gözde Önder A Thesis Submitted to the Graduate School of Social Sciences in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree of Master of Arts in Archaeology and Art History Koç...
    • Statue of the Hittite storm god, Karatepe

    • Images; Archaeological sites; Hittites; Hittite inscriptions; Luwian language; Hieroglyphics; Hittite relief (Sculpture); Osmaniye İli (Turkey)
    • Frontal view of the statue of the Hittite storm god found in the Neo-Hittite fortress of Karatepe (also known as Aslantaş) in the province of Osmaniye. The site was first discovered by Helmut Bossert and Halet Çambel in 1946. The fortress was...
    • Reliefs from the Late Hittite fortress of Karatepe

    • Images; Archaeological sites; Hittites; Hittite inscriptions; Luwian language; Hieroglyphics; Hittite relief (Sculpture); Osmaniye İli (Turkey)
    • Reliefs from the Late Hittite fortress of Karatepe (also known as Aslantaş) in the province of Osmaniye. The site was first discovered by Helmut Bossert and Halet Çambel in 1946. The fortress was founded in the 8th century BC by Azatiwata, ruler of...
    • Neo-Hittite relief, Karatepe

    • Images; Archaeological sites; Hittites; Hittite inscriptions; Luwian language; Hieroglyphics; Hittite relief (Sculpture); Osmaniye İli (Turkey)
    • Relief from the Late Hittite fortress of Karatepe (also known as Aslantaş) in the province of Osmaniye. The site was first discovered by Helmut Bossert and Halet Çambel in 1946. The fortress was founded in the 8th century BC by Azatiwata, ruler of...
    • Neo-Hittite relief from Karatepe

    • Images; Excavations (Archaeology); Archaeological sites; Hittites; Hittite inscriptions; Luwian language; Hieroglyphics; Hittite relief (Sculpture); Osmaniye İli (Turkey)
    • Relief from the Late Hittite fortress of Karatepe (also known as Aslantaş) in the province of Osmaniye. The site was first discovered by Helmut Bossert and Halet Çambel in 1946. The fortress was founded in the 8th century BC by Azatiwata, ruler of...
    • City walls, Termessos

    • Images; Archaeological sites; Stone carving; Asia Minor; Termessus (Extinct city)
    • Walls make up the outermost defense system of the Termessos city. A tower and a gate was the first spot of control before entering the city. City walls have about ten towers and these towers are located in a direction opposite to that of the...
    • Neo-Hittite relief at Karatepe

    • Images; Excavations (Archaeology); Archaeological sites; Hittites; Hittite inscriptions; Luwian language; Hieroglyphics; Hittite relief (Sculpture); Osmaniye İli (Turkey)
    • Relief with hieroglyphic inscription from the Late Hittite fortress of Karatepe (also known as Aslantaş) in the province of Osmaniye. The site was first discovered by Helmut Bossert and Halet Çambel in 1946. The fortress was founded in the 8th...
    • Neo-Hittite relief at Karatepe

    • Images; Excavations (Archaeology); Archaeological sites; Hittites; Hittite inscriptions; Luwian language; Hieroglyphics; Hittite relief (Sculpture); Osmaniye İli (Turkey)
    • Relief with hieroglyphic inscription from the Late Hittite fortress of Karatepe (also known as Aslantaş) in the province of Osmaniye. The site was first discovered by Helmut Bossert and Halet Çambel in 1946. The fortress was founded in the 8th...
    • Neo-Hittite relief at Karatepe

    • Images; Excavations (Archaeology); Archaeological sites; Hittites; Hittite inscriptions; Luwian language; Hieroglyphics; Hittite relief (Sculpture); Osmaniye İli (Turkey)
    • Relief with hieroglyphic inscription from the Late Hittite fortress of Karatepe (also known as Aslantaş) in the province of Osmaniye. The site was first discovered by Helmut Bossert and Halet Çambel in 1946. The fortress was founded in the 8th...

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