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Aqueduct of Emperor Valens

Description: Closer view of one arch, showing brickword of the Aqueduct of Emperor Valens (r.364-378). 26.5m high at highest point. From the Roman Imperial Period.
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Date: unknown

Aqueduct of Emperor Valens

Description: General view from South of the Aqueduct of Emperor Valens (r.364-378). 26.5m high at highest point. From the Roman Imperial Period.
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Date: unknown

Aspendos Aqueduct with Pressure Tower

Description: The water flow regulator consists of a stone with a hole in the center. It is part of the pressure tower.
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Date: 0100/0199

Aspendos Aqueduct with Pressure Tower

Description: Close detail of the surface of the brick is shown at a raking angle.
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Date: 0100/0199

Aspendos Aqueduct with Pressure Tower

Description: The tower constructed of stone is visible and bears the weight of the arched aqueduct structure.
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Date: 0100/0199

Aspendos Aqueduct with Pressure Tower

Description: The upper portion of the aqueduct and the abutting arches are visible.
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Date: 0100/0199

Aspendos Aqueduct with Pressure Tower

Description: The full height of the aqueduct is visible with its abutting arches.
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Date: 0100/0199

Corinthian Column Capitals and Doric Column Drums

Description: Architectural Elements: Corinthian Column Capitals and Doric Column Drums (Greek Classical?). From the Roman Imperial Period.
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Date: unknown

Harbaville Triptych

Description: Total view of the Harbaville Triptych: Christ Enthroned with Saints. From the Byzantine Era.
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Date: 0950

Jacket

Description: Jacket of tan leather in a sueded finish. Decorated with pink and blue machine embroidered lines and flowers. Two embroidered patch pockets on front. Trimmed with long, crimped sheep fur around cuffs, hem, neckline, and center front opening. Closure of three large hook & eyes. Lined in a short pale fur, the "hair side" of the leather the from which the coat is made. Label at center back neckline: "Made / In / Turkey"
Date: 1965~

Pouch - Turkish Festival Outfit

Description: Pouch. Orange cotton pouch, rounded at bottom. Suspended by gold metallic cord. Edged with metallic thread lace. The surface of the pouch is embroidered with various colors of metallic embroidery, mostly chain-stitch. Lined in orange cotton.
Date: 1940/1960