Eyuk (dup)10 'Double Eagle, Eyuk, Duplicate'

Scope and Content

Image of an illustration from Perrot & Chipiez's History of art in Sardinia, Judæa, Syria and Asia Minor, of a carving of an two headed eagle discovered at Eyuk (Alacahöyük, Turkey). Handwritten note with negative states '41 A3'; 'Eyuk Double Eagle 36x' and 'PL LXVIII'.

Physical Characteristics and/or Technical Requirements

Negative has scratches, spotting and chips to emulsion at edges.

Conditions Governing Use

Publication is out of copyright and authors have been dead for over 70 years.

Related Material

A photograph of the two headed eagle can be found in JG/HIT/EY/12. Lantern slide 41 A3.

Bibliography

Taken from Georges Perrot & Charles Chipiez (1890), History of art in Sardinia, Judæa, Syria and Asia Minor, Vol. 2, fig 343.