Images taken by the survey at Aintab, (Gaziantep, Turkey). The team visited Aintab on 2 July 1907. They looked at locally held antiquities and photographed an inscribed granite corner stone, discovered near a school. Garstang believed that the stone may have been part of a building or a hero monument.
Aintab (Gaziantep, Turkey)
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- ReferenceGB 3431 JG/HIT/AI
- Dates of Creation1907
- Physical Description4 glass plate negatives
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Information on the granite corner stone can be found in Garstang, (1910), Land of the Hittites, pp. 106-108, and Garstang, (1908), 'Notes on a journey through Asia Minor', Liverpool Annals of Archaeology & Anthropology, Vol. 1, p8.