Image of an illustration from Perrot & Chipiez's History of art in Sardinia, Judaea, Syria, and Asia Minor, of a votive stela discovered at Marash (Kahramanmaraş, Turkey), depicting a women seated with a child. Includes handwritten note stating ’22 A3 2 copies women + child votive stele Marash’.
Marash No. 2 'Marash: Stela, Mother & Child'
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- Physical Description1 silver gelatine dry plate glass negative (106mm x 82mm)
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Taken from Georges Perrot, and Charles Chipiez, (1890), History of art in Sardinia, Judaea, Syria, and Asia Minor, Fig 281, p.68, entitled 'votive Stela. Height 52c. Basalt. Merash. From a drawing by M Puchstien’.