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'.
Eyuk (dup)10 'Double Eagle, Eyuk, Duplicate'
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- Physical Description1 silver gelatine dry plate glass negative (110mm x 80mm)
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Negative has scratches, spotting and chips to emulsion at edges.
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Publication is out of copyright and authors have been dead for over 70 years.
Taken from Georges Perrot & Charles Chipiez (1890), History of art in Sardinia, Judæa, Syria and Asia Minor, Vol. 2, fig 343.