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Artefacts Stolen From Mılet Museum

INVENTORY NO.: 4052

NAME AND TYPE: Ostotek, white marble

PLACE OF FIND: Salihli, Manisa

PERIOD: Roman

DIMENSION: Lid length: 41.5 cm, width: 33.5 cm, height: 8 cm Ostotek height: 21 cm, length: 41.5 cm, width: 34 cm

DATE OF ENTRY TO THE MUSEUM: 15.07.1998

WAY OF ENTRY TO THE MUSEUM: Bought from ihsan Acar

PLACE IN THE MUSEUM: Hall H

DESCRIPTION: Ostotek: It has four legs. It is chest formed.
It is plain and in the shape of rectangular prism. The casket is hollow.

Ostotek lid: It is in the shape of hipped roof. The narrower ends have triangular pediments and projecting parts on four corners. There is an inscription on one

Surface:

 

 

 



INVENTORY NO.:
65

NAME AND TYPE: Balbat shaped tombstone, marble

PLACE OF FIND:Milet?

PERIOD: Period of Principalities, 12th century

DIMENSION: Head height: 27 cm, width: 25.5 cm Body height: 34 cm, width: 26 cm

PLACE IN THE MUSEUM: Hall H

PUBLICATION: Milet Museum Annual 2 (1998)

DESCRIPTION: It consists of an almost round head and a widening body. The part below the neck is not processed. The face is flat, the nose and the eyes are evident.

The eyes are close to each other and almond shaped, the nose is flat. It is understood that it is bearded. The ears and the back part of the head are not
processed.






 
     

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