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  • Hace tiempo, en mi años de doctorado, estudié los primeros  edificios cristianos de la Lusitania romana. Uno de los edificios que más me llamaron la atención por su historia y arquitectura es sin duda Casa Herrera (a 8KM al NE de Mérida). Un edificio de la tardorromanidad de planta basilical, con aula de tres naves separadas por columnas. La nave principal conduce a dos ábsides semicirculares dispuestos a oriente y occidente.
¡Ojo! si queréis visitarla tenéis que pedir permiso anticipadamente al Consorcio de Mérida y acordar una fecha con ell@s. La visita es gratuita.
#ARQUEOLOGÍA  #Extremadura #Arqueologia #Archeologia #Archaeology #AndreaVincenti #archaeologist #arkeologi
  • Hace tiempo, en mi años de doctorado, estudié los primeros edificios cristianos de la Lusitania romana. Uno de los edificios que más me llamaron la atención por su historia y arquitectura es sin duda Casa Herrera (a 8KM al NE de Mérida). Un edificio de la tardorromanidad de planta basilical, con aula de tres naves separadas por columnas. La nave principal conduce a dos ábsides semicirculares dispuestos a oriente y occidente.
    ¡Ojo! si queréis visitarla tenéis que pedir permiso anticipadamente al Consorcio de Mérida y acordar una fecha con ell@s. La visita es gratuita.
    #ARQUEOLOGÍA #Extremadura #Arqueologia #Archeologia #Archaeology #AndreaVincenti #archaeologist #arkeologi
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  • Who said there's only one way to read #books? 
The precious Dead Sea Scrolls are secured in climate-controlled vaults, and now you have the chance to see their secrets using the Leon Levy Dead Sea Scrolls Digital Library in which you can read and explore the Dead Sea Scrolls from everywhere at any time!
Using the world's most advanced imaging technology, the digital library preserves thousands of #scrolls >> Search: "dead sea scrolls"
Photo by Shai Halevi ** מי אמר שיש דרך אחת לקרוא ספר? 
המגילות יקרות הערך ממדבר יהודה שמורות במתקן מבוקר אקלים, וכעת יש לכם הזדמנות להיחשף לסודותיהן באמצעות בספרייה המקוונת ע"ש ליאון לוי, באמצעותה תוכלו לקרוא את תוכן המגילות בכל זמן ומכל מקום!
הספרייה מציגה אלפי קטעים ממגילות מדבר יהודה, שתועדו באמצעות הטכנולוגיות המתקדמות ביותר בעולם >> חפשו בגוגל "מגילות מדבר יהודה"
#קריאה_מהנה #שבוע_הספר
צילום: שי הלוי
  • Who said there's only one way to read #books ?
    The precious Dead Sea Scrolls are secured in climate-controlled vaults, and now you have the chance to see their secrets using the Leon Levy Dead Sea Scrolls Digital Library in which you can read and explore the Dead Sea Scrolls from everywhere at any time!
    Using the world's most advanced imaging technology, the digital library preserves thousands of #scrolls >> Search: "dead sea scrolls"
    Photo by Shai Halevi ** מי אמר שיש דרך אחת לקרוא ספר?
    המגילות יקרות הערך ממדבר יהודה שמורות במתקן מבוקר אקלים, וכעת יש לכם הזדמנות להיחשף לסודותיהן באמצעות בספרייה המקוונת ע"ש ליאון לוי, באמצעותה תוכלו לקרוא את תוכן המגילות בכל זמן ומכל מקום!
    הספרייה מציגה אלפי קטעים ממגילות מדבר יהודה, שתועדו באמצעות הטכנולוגיות המתקדמות ביותר בעולם >> חפשו בגוגל "מגילות מדבר יהודה"
    #קריאה_מהנה #שבוע_הספר
    צילום: שי הלוי
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  • From my private library ⚜️
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An outstanding book* on ancient Khmer fashion and feminine style depicted on the apsara reliefs of Angkor Wat (12th cent. AD).
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Around 1,800 female figures - commonly known as devatas or apsaras, were immortalized there, carved on the temple walls and towers. They are charming.
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I visited Angkor twice, spent much time within the temple, and I share the translator’s impression when she (Merrily P. Hanson) looked at the devatas/apsaras: „These lithe, sensuous, and animated figures ... appear like sentient beings ...“
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They were the playmates for Sappho Marchal who grew up in the shadow of the temples of Angkor. The author was just 23 when her book was published - a compact 99 page work on Khmer costumes, ornaments, and coiffures of the devatas (apsaras) of Angkor Wat.
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„While at first glance these ... figures seem almost identical, on closer inspection myriad differences in their jewelry, headdresses, coiffures, and costumes emerge. With the exception of several pairs of identical twins, the devatas arranged singly of intertwined in pairs of two, three, or even more, delight the viewer‘s eye with their individuality. Marchal ably captures these differences in her meticulously rendered pen-and-ink drawings included as 41 separate annotated plates.“
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A great work. And a lovely book on the beauty and style of the women of Angkor.
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Some art historians see the Angkor civilization as the pinnacle of artistic expression in Asia, writes Kent Davis, publisher, author and independent researcher, and quotes Paul Cravath of the University of Hawaii: “There, with stupendous variety, the Feminine achieved a new level of expression unsurpassed at any time in Asian sculpture.”
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According to Davis, „there is no other volume that offers this degree of analysis for these important carvings“.
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* 📚 Khmer Costumes and Ornaments of the Devatas of Angkor Wat • Sappho Marchal, Orchid Press, Bangkok/Thailand, 1st English edition 2005, Ppb., 99 p., with many b/w illustr.
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[Originally publ. as Costumes et parures khmèrs d’après les devatâ d’Angkor-Vat, Paris/Brussels 1927]
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📸 by me => The bust of the devata is NO original, just a souvenir.
  • From my private library ⚜️
    .
    An outstanding book* on ancient Khmer fashion and feminine style depicted on the apsara reliefs of Angkor Wat (12th cent. AD).
    .
    Around 1,800 female figures - commonly known as devatas or apsaras, were immortalized there, carved on the temple walls and towers. They are charming.
    .
    I visited Angkor twice, spent much time within the temple, and I share the translator’s impression when she (Merrily P. Hanson) looked at the devatas/apsaras: „These lithe, sensuous, and animated figures ... appear like sentient beings ...“
    .
    They were the playmates for Sappho Marchal who grew up in the shadow of the temples of Angkor. The author was just 23 when her book was published - a compact 99 page work on Khmer costumes, ornaments, and coiffures of the devatas (apsaras) of Angkor Wat.
    .
    „While at first glance these ... figures seem almost identical, on closer inspection myriad differences in their jewelry, headdresses, coiffures, and costumes emerge. With the exception of several pairs of identical twins, the devatas arranged singly of intertwined in pairs of two, three, or even more, delight the viewer‘s eye with their individuality. Marchal ably captures these differences in her meticulously rendered pen-and-ink drawings included as 41 separate annotated plates.“
    .
    A great work. And a lovely book on the beauty and style of the women of Angkor.
    .
    Some art historians see the Angkor civilization as the pinnacle of artistic expression in Asia, writes Kent Davis, publisher, author and independent researcher, and quotes Paul Cravath of the University of Hawaii: “There, with stupendous variety, the Feminine achieved a new level of expression unsurpassed at any time in Asian sculpture.”
    .
    According to Davis, „there is no other volume that offers this degree of analysis for these important carvings“.
    .
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    * 📚 Khmer Costumes and Ornaments of the Devatas of Angkor Wat • Sappho Marchal, Orchid Press, Bangkok/Thailand, 1st English edition 2005, Ppb., 99 p., with many b/w illustr.
    .
    [Originally publ. as Costumes et parures khmèrs d’après les devatâ d’Angkor-Vat, Paris/Brussels 1927]
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    📸 by me => The bust of the devata is NO original, just a souvenir.
  • 2 1 4 hours ago

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  • The Ħaġar Qim Temples form part of the spectacular prehistoric megalithic archaeology of Malta, among the oldest free standing stone structures in the world. Ħaġar Qim was built in c.3600BC-3200BC as a multi roomed structure (given the name 'temple' although no definite purpose has been established), with intriguing carved pillars and stones. Access to some of the chambers was via portholes carved directly through the stone!
  • The Ħaġar Qim Temples form part of the spectacular prehistoric megalithic archaeology of Malta, among the oldest free standing stone structures in the world. Ħaġar Qim was built in c.3600BC-3200BC as a multi roomed structure (given the name 'temple' although no definite purpose has been established), with intriguing carved pillars and stones. Access to some of the chambers was via portholes carved directly through the stone!
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  • Maison Carrée, Nîmes
  • Maison Carrée, Nîmes
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  • ➡️Gittiğim en güzel müzelerden birinden #tbsunday!
➡️Zeugma Mozaikleri Gaziantep ili, Nizip İlçesi , Belkıs Köyü sınırları içerisinde Fırat Nehri’nin kıyısında yer alan Belkıs/Zeugma Antik Kentinde bulunmaktadır. ➡️Yaklaşık 20 bin dönümlük bir arazi üzerine kurulmuş olan Belkıs/Zeugma Antik Kenti; Fırat’ın geçilebilir en sığ yerinde olması, askeri ve ticari bakımdan çok stratejik bir bölge olması nedeniyle tarihin her döneminde önemini korumuştur.
➡️Ünlü coğrafyacı Strabon da Zeugma’dan bahsetmektedir. ➡️Hellenistik dönemde Selevkos Nikator zamanında Zeugma’da önemli imar faaliyetleri yapıldığı bilinmektedir. -
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➡️#tbsunday from one of the most beautiful museums I've ever visited!
➡️Zeugma is located in the ancient city of Belkıs/Zeugma, located on the banks of the Euphrates River within the borders of Belkıs Village, Nizip District of Gaziantep Province.
➡️Belkis / Zeugma Ancient City, which is founded on a land of about 20 thousand acres.
➡️Because it is the most shallow part of the Euphrates, it is a strategic region from a military and commercial point of view.
➡️The famous geographer Strabo also mentions Zeugma.
➡️It is known that during the Hellenistic period, during the time of Seleucus Nikator, important zoning activities were carried out in Zeugma.
#arkeoloji #klasikarkeoloji #archaeology #zeugmamüzesi
  • ➡️Gittiğim en güzel müzelerden birinden #tbsunday !
    ➡️Zeugma Mozaikleri Gaziantep ili, Nizip İlçesi , Belkıs Köyü sınırları içerisinde Fırat Nehri’nin kıyısında yer alan Belkıs/Zeugma Antik Kentinde bulunmaktadır. ➡️Yaklaşık 20 bin dönümlük bir arazi üzerine kurulmuş olan Belkıs/Zeugma Antik Kenti; Fırat’ın geçilebilir en sığ yerinde olması, askeri ve ticari bakımdan çok stratejik bir bölge olması nedeniyle tarihin her döneminde önemini korumuştur.
    ➡️Ünlü coğrafyacı Strabon da Zeugma’dan bahsetmektedir. ➡️Hellenistik dönemde Selevkos Nikator zamanında Zeugma’da önemli imar faaliyetleri yapıldığı bilinmektedir. -
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    ➡️ #tbsunday from one of the most beautiful museums I've ever visited!
    ➡️Zeugma is located in the ancient city of Belkıs/Zeugma, located on the banks of the Euphrates River within the borders of Belkıs Village, Nizip District of Gaziantep Province.
    ➡️Belkis / Zeugma Ancient City, which is founded on a land of about 20 thousand acres.
    ➡️Because it is the most shallow part of the Euphrates, it is a strategic region from a military and commercial point of view.
    ➡️The famous geographer Strabo also mentions Zeugma.
    ➡️It is known that during the Hellenistic period, during the time of Seleucus Nikator, important zoning activities were carried out in Zeugma.
    #arkeoloji #klasikarkeoloji #archaeology #zeugmamüzesi
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  • Smoke in the city
  • Smoke in the city
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  • "Master of all arts and sciences, perfect in all crafts, Ruler of the Three Worlds, Scribe of the Gods, and Keeper of the Books of Life, Thoth Hermes Trismegistus was regarded by the ancient Egyptians as the embodiment of the Universal Mind. The name Hermes is derived from "Herm," a form of Hiram, the Personified Universal Life Principle, generally represented by fire. The Scandinavians worshipped Hermes under the name of Odin; the Teutons as Wotan, and certain of the Oriental peoples as Buddha, or Fo. One of the greatest tragedies of the philosophic world was the loss of nearly all of the forty-two books of Hermes. These books disappeared during the burning of Alexandria, for the Romans - and later the Christians - realized that until these books were eliminated they could never bring the Egyptians into subjection. The volumes which escaped the fire were buried in the desert and their location is now known to only a few initiates of the secret schools. W. Marsham Adams calls the Great Pyramid "the House of the Hidden Places"; such indeed it was, for it represented the inner sanctuary of pre-Egyptian wisdom. By the Egyptians the Great Pyramid was associated with Hermes, the god of wisdom and letters and the Divine Illuminator worshipped through the planet Mercury. Relating Hermes to the Pyramid emphasizes a new the fact that it was in reality the supreme temple of the Invisible and Supreme Deity. The Great Pyramid was the first temple of the Mysteries, the first structure erected as a repository for those secret truths which are the certain foundation of all arts and sciences. It was the perfect emblem of the microcosm and the macrocosm and, according to the secret teachings, the tomb of Osiris, the black god of the Nile." Manly P Hall -  The Secret Teachings of All Ages (1928). #ancient #ancientegypt #egyptian #pyramids #atlantean #hermetic #hermeticprinciples #hermestrimegistus #ancientmysteries #initiated #libraryofalexandria #cairo #nile #masonary #greatpyramids #osiris #manlyphall #esoteric #ancientknowledge #secretknowledge #esotericknowledge #pharaoh #mithras #ancientsites #archaeology #symbolism #photography #pyramidsofgiza #egyptiangods #ancientgods
  • "Master of all arts and sciences, perfect in all crafts, Ruler of the Three Worlds, Scribe of the Gods, and Keeper of the Books of Life, Thoth Hermes Trismegistus was regarded by the ancient Egyptians as the embodiment of the Universal Mind. The name Hermes is derived from "Herm," a form of Hiram, the Personified Universal Life Principle, generally represented by fire. The Scandinavians worshipped Hermes under the name of Odin; the Teutons as Wotan, and certain of the Oriental peoples as Buddha, or Fo. One of the greatest tragedies of the philosophic world was the loss of nearly all of the forty-two books of Hermes. These books disappeared during the burning of Alexandria, for the Romans - and later the Christians - realized that until these books were eliminated they could never bring the Egyptians into subjection. The volumes which escaped the fire were buried in the desert and their location is now known to only a few initiates of the secret schools. W. Marsham Adams calls the Great Pyramid "the House of the Hidden Places"; such indeed it was, for it represented the inner sanctuary of pre-Egyptian wisdom. By the Egyptians the Great Pyramid was associated with Hermes, the god of wisdom and letters and the Divine Illuminator worshipped through the planet Mercury. Relating Hermes to the Pyramid emphasizes a new the fact that it was in reality the supreme temple of the Invisible and Supreme Deity. The Great Pyramid was the first temple of the Mysteries, the first structure erected as a repository for those secret truths which are the certain foundation of all arts and sciences. It was the perfect emblem of the microcosm and the macrocosm and, according to the secret teachings, the tomb of Osiris, the black god of the Nile." Manly P Hall - The Secret Teachings of All Ages (1928). #ancient #ancientegypt #egyptian #pyramids #atlantean #hermetic #hermeticprinciples #hermestrimegistus #ancientmysteries #initiated #libraryofalexandria #cairo #nile #masonary #greatpyramids #osiris #manlyphall #esoteric #ancientknowledge #secretknowledge #esotericknowledge #pharaoh #mithras #ancientsites #archaeology #symbolism #photography #pyramidsofgiza #egyptiangods #ancientgods
  • 5 0 4 hours ago

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  • Meryre ve eşi Iniuia'nın boyalı kireçtaşından heykeli. Aten ve Neith Tapınağı Baş Rahibi. Sakkara'da keşfedildi. Amarna Dönemi, Yeni Krallık, 18. Hanedan, Akhenaten hükümdarlığı, yaklaşık MÖ 1553-1336. Mısır Müzesi, Kahire.

Heykel, diğer çağdaş örneklerden birtakım detaylarla ayrılıyor. Mesela Iniuia’nın saçının asimetrik bir şekilde omuz üzerinden atılışı, ya da kısmen ayaklarını örten çok uzun bir giysi gibi.

F: Kenneth Garrett 
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Painted limestone statue of Meryre, and his wife Iniuia. High Priest of Aten and High Priest of the Temple of Neith. Discovered in Saqqara. Amarna Period, New Kingdom, 18th Dynasty, reign of Akhenaten, ca. 1553-1336 BC. Egyptian Museum, Cairo.

The statue differs from other contemporary examples by a number of details, such as how Iniuia’s hair has been thrown over the shoulder in an asymmetrical way or her very long garment which partly covers the feet. 
#arkeofili #arkeoloji #archaeology #ancient #egypt #sculpture #statue #art #sanat #heykel #mısır
  • Meryre ve eşi Iniuia'nın boyalı kireçtaşından heykeli. Aten ve Neith Tapınağı Baş Rahibi. Sakkara'da keşfedildi. Amarna Dönemi, Yeni Krallık, 18. Hanedan, Akhenaten hükümdarlığı, yaklaşık MÖ 1553-1336. Mısır Müzesi, Kahire.

    Heykel, diğer çağdaş örneklerden birtakım detaylarla ayrılıyor. Mesela Iniuia’nın saçının asimetrik bir şekilde omuz üzerinden atılışı, ya da kısmen ayaklarını örten çok uzun bir giysi gibi.

    F: Kenneth Garrett
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    Painted limestone statue of Meryre, and his wife Iniuia. High Priest of Aten and High Priest of the Temple of Neith. Discovered in Saqqara. Amarna Period, New Kingdom, 18th Dynasty, reign of Akhenaten, ca. 1553-1336 BC. Egyptian Museum, Cairo.

    The statue differs from other contemporary examples by a number of details, such as how Iniuia’s hair has been thrown over the shoulder in an asymmetrical way or her very long garment which partly covers the feet.
    #arkeofili #arkeoloji #archaeology #ancient #egypt #sculpture #statue #art #sanat #heykel #mısır
  • 490 1 5 hours ago
  • We've had a fascinating curio sent into us by Alan McIvor of Thurso Heritage Society.
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A privately owned gunpowder horn which an auction house dated to circa 1800, featuring a scrimshaw map of Dunbeath, though it has an earlier spelling of Dunbeth which appears in Herman Moll's map dated 1745 (in Taylor and Skinner's road maps of 1776, it is spelt Dunbeath.)
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Among the carvings, it features a detailed compass, sailing ship, stags, duck...but of interest here are FOUR BROCHS which appear in the area! The horn is In excellent condition, its presumed it was done for someone of note.
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The brochs in question, one can presume, are:
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Dunbeath Broch, originally excavated in 1866 by Mr Thomson Sinclair of Dunbeath and eminent archaeologist Joseph Anderson. Unfortunately, Dunbeath is a 'notorious' example of a broch being excavated in the heady days of antiquarianism, and little of archaeological value or understanding was gleaned from the dig. Mr Sinclair originally thought he was dealing with a neolithic cairn!
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Sinclair’s finds in the 19th century include a supposed iron spearhead 13cm (5in) long and several pieces of iron ore; a piece of antler about 2.4cm (1in) long chipped and ground at both ends, 1 whetstone, a number of animal bones of ox, dog or wolf, and pig, fish bones and a sample of charred grain (bere and oats) at the foot of the wall.
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The broch was consolidated by Dunbeath Heritage Trust in 2018, and included some excavation with AOC Archaeology, where a small decorated object - perhaps a gaming piece - was discovered (4th/5th images)
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The other brochs are likely Dunbrae (6th photo), Bridge of Rhemullen (7th images) and Balantrath, all of which exist as mounds.
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Thanks to  @findherinthehighlands for the Dunbrae and Rhemullen photos!
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#Caithness #Dunbeath #brochs #Highlands #horn #heritage #history #archaeology #antique #Scotland #Scottish #Victorian #ancient #prehistory
  • We've had a fascinating curio sent into us by Alan McIvor of Thurso Heritage Society.
    📣
    A privately owned gunpowder horn which an auction house dated to circa 1800, featuring a scrimshaw map of Dunbeath, though it has an earlier spelling of Dunbeth which appears in Herman Moll's map dated 1745 (in Taylor and Skinner's road maps of 1776, it is spelt Dunbeath.)
    📣
    Among the carvings, it features a detailed compass, sailing ship, stags, duck...but of interest here are FOUR BROCHS which appear in the area! The horn is In excellent condition, its presumed it was done for someone of note.
    📣
    The brochs in question, one can presume, are:
    📣
    Dunbeath Broch, originally excavated in 1866 by Mr Thomson Sinclair of Dunbeath and eminent archaeologist Joseph Anderson. Unfortunately, Dunbeath is a 'notorious' example of a broch being excavated in the heady days of antiquarianism, and little of archaeological value or understanding was gleaned from the dig. Mr Sinclair originally thought he was dealing with a neolithic cairn!
    📣
    Sinclair’s finds in the 19th century include a supposed iron spearhead 13cm (5in) long and several pieces of iron ore; a piece of antler about 2.4cm (1in) long chipped and ground at both ends, 1 whetstone, a number of animal bones of ox, dog or wolf, and pig, fish bones and a sample of charred grain (bere and oats) at the foot of the wall.
    📣
    The broch was consolidated by Dunbeath Heritage Trust in 2018, and included some excavation with AOC Archaeology, where a small decorated object - perhaps a gaming piece - was discovered (4th/5th images)
    📣
    The other brochs are likely Dunbrae (6th photo), Bridge of Rhemullen (7th images) and Balantrath, all of which exist as mounds.
    📷
    Thanks to @findherinthehighlands for the Dunbrae and Rhemullen photos!
    📷
    #Caithness #Dunbeath #brochs #Highlands #horn #heritage #history #archaeology #antique #Scotland #Scottish #Victorian #ancient #prehistory
  • 21 2 5 hours ago
  • @arkeoanadolu
Hattusa (also Ḫattuša or Hattusas/ˌhɑːttʊˈsɑːs/; Hittite:Ḫa-at-tu-ša) was the capital of the Hittite Empire in the late Bronze Age. Its ruins lie near modern Boğazkale, Turkey, within the great loop of the Kızılırmak River
To the south lay an outer city of about 1 km2, with elaborate gateways decorated with reliefs showing warriors, lions, and sphinxes. Four temples were located here, each set around a porticoed courtyard, together with secular buildings and residential structures. Outside the walls are cemeteries, most of which contain cremation burials. Modern estimates put the population of the city between 40,000 and 50,000 at the peak; in the early period, the inner city housed a third of that number. The dwelling houses that were built with timber and mud bricks have vanished from the site, leaving only the stone-built walls of temples and palaces
The city was destroyed, together with the Hittite state itself, around 1200 BC, as part of the Bronze Age .
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Tarih boyunca birçok önemli uygarlığın beşiği olan Anadolu’da, ilk örgütlü devlet yapısını Hititler oluşturdu. Bu uygarlığa ev sahipliği yapan Çorum, hem arkeolojik araştırma buluntuları, hem de onları koruyup halka sunabilmek adına güzel bir gelecek vaad ediyor.
Yapılan araştırmalarda Hattuşa’da Hititlere başkent olduğu dönemde, yaklaşık 40 bin ile 50 bin arasında insan yaşadığı düşünülüyor. MÖ 1200 yılında Hititler’in yıkılması ile boş kalan alana, MÖ 800’lerde Frigler yerleşmiş. Yapılan kazırlarda en az 5 kültür katı bulunmuş; Hatti, Asur, Hitit, Frig, Galat, Roma ve Bizans…
Kent, aşağı şehir ve yukarı şehir olarak iki bölüme ayrılmış. Eğimli ve 1 km2 lik bir alana yayılan, güney kısımdaki Yukarı Şehir’de genelde kutsal alanlar ve tapınaklar bulunuyor. Aşağı Şehir’de ise sivil yaşam alanları ve Büyük Tapınak bulunuyor. ➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖
#tarih #arkeoloji #sanat #art #arthistory #history #archaeology #archaeologyhistory #kültür #rome #italy🇮🇹 #eygpt #architecture #grecee🇬🇷 #turkey🇹🇷 #ancienthistory #anciety #archaeologylife #archaeologist #historical #herculaneum #historylovers #ancientcivilization #archaeologicalsite #ancientruins #tombs
#historicalplaces
  • @arkeoanadolu
    Hattusa (also Ḫattuša or Hattusas/ˌhɑːttʊˈsɑːs/; Hittite:Ḫa-at-tu-ša) was the capital of the Hittite Empire in the late Bronze Age. Its ruins lie near modern Boğazkale, Turkey, within the great loop of the Kızılırmak River
    To the south lay an outer city of about 1 km2, with elaborate gateways decorated with reliefs showing warriors, lions, and sphinxes. Four temples were located here, each set around a porticoed courtyard, together with secular buildings and residential structures. Outside the walls are cemeteries, most of which contain cremation burials. Modern estimates put the population of the city between 40,000 and 50,000 at the peak; in the early period, the inner city housed a third of that number. The dwelling houses that were built with timber and mud bricks have vanished from the site, leaving only the stone-built walls of temples and palaces
    The city was destroyed, together with the Hittite state itself, around 1200 BC, as part of the Bronze Age .
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    Tarih boyunca birçok önemli uygarlığın beşiği olan Anadolu’da, ilk örgütlü devlet yapısını Hititler oluşturdu. Bu uygarlığa ev sahipliği yapan Çorum, hem arkeolojik araştırma buluntuları, hem de onları koruyup halka sunabilmek adına güzel bir gelecek vaad ediyor.
    Yapılan araştırmalarda Hattuşa’da Hititlere başkent olduğu dönemde, yaklaşık 40 bin ile 50 bin arasında insan yaşadığı düşünülüyor. MÖ 1200 yılında Hititler’in yıkılması ile boş kalan alana, MÖ 800’lerde Frigler yerleşmiş. Yapılan kazırlarda en az 5 kültür katı bulunmuş; Hatti, Asur, Hitit, Frig, Galat, Roma ve Bizans…
    Kent, aşağı şehir ve yukarı şehir olarak iki bölüme ayrılmış. Eğimli ve 1 km2 lik bir alana yayılan, güney kısımdaki Yukarı Şehir’de genelde kutsal alanlar ve tapınaklar bulunuyor. Aşağı Şehir’de ise sivil yaşam alanları ve Büyük Tapınak bulunuyor. ➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖
    #tarih #arkeoloji #sanat #art #arthistory #history #archaeology #archaeologyhistory #kültür #rome #italy 🇮🇹 #eygpt #architecture #grecee 🇬🇷 #turkey 🇹🇷 #ancienthistory #anciety #archaeologylife #archaeologist #historical #herculaneum #historylovers #ancientcivilization #archaeologicalsite #ancientruins #tombs
    #historicalplaces
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  • 📌Galleria Colonna Sarayı,Roma - İtalya.

Palazzo Colonna, Roma'nın en eski ve en büyük özel saraylarından biridir. 
On dördüncü yüzyılda inşaatı, sekiz yüzyıldan beri hala orada yaşayan Colonna ailesi tarafından başlamıştır. 
Colonna ailesi on ikinci yüzyıla kadar uzanır ve adını aldığı Roma yakınlarındaki Colonna kentinden gelir.
Galleria Colonna Palace, Rome - Italy. 📌Palazzo Colonna is one of the oldest and largest private palaces in Rome.
The construction of the fourteenth century began by the Colonna family, who have lived there for eight centuries.
The Colonna family dates back to the twelfth century and comes from the town of Colonna near Rome, which it is named after.
 #arkeoloji #археология  #archaeology #archeologia #history #tarih
  • 📌Galleria Colonna Sarayı,Roma - İtalya.

    Palazzo Colonna, Roma'nın en eski ve en büyük özel saraylarından biridir.
    On dördüncü yüzyılda inşaatı, sekiz yüzyıldan beri hala orada yaşayan Colonna ailesi tarafından başlamıştır.
    Colonna ailesi on ikinci yüzyıla kadar uzanır ve adını aldığı Roma yakınlarındaki Colonna kentinden gelir.
    Galleria Colonna Palace, Rome - Italy. 📌Palazzo Colonna is one of the oldest and largest private palaces in Rome.
    The construction of the fourteenth century began by the Colonna family, who have lived there for eight centuries.
    The Colonna family dates back to the twelfth century and comes from the town of Colonna near Rome, which it is named after.
      #arkeoloji #археология   #archaeology #archeologia #history #tarih
  • 492 2 5 hours ago