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Archaic Bronze phiale (libation bowl), bronze

Archaic Bronze phiale (libation bowl), bronze

The phiale came to the Greek world from the ancient Near East. Archaic

Pendant in the form of an amphora

Pendant in the form of an amphora

The body is a pear shaped garnet set in a beaded rim. Accession Number: 17.192.185

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Phrygie. Chiaour [i.e. Ghiaour] Kaléçi. Murailles de la forteresse et figures sculptées sur le roc / E. Guillaume del. ; J. Laurens Lith. ; Imp. Lemercier rue de Seine 57 Paris.

Phrygie. Chiaour [i.e. Ghiaour] Kaléçi. Murailles de la forteresse et ...

Illustration showing sculptures of large figures, possibly Hittite gods, on rock wall at Gavurkale, Turkey. Illus. in: Exploration archéologique de la Galatie et de la Bithynie, d'une partie de la Mysie, de la... More

map from "Anatolica; or, the Journal of a visit to some of the ancient ruined cities of Caria, Phrygia, Lycia, and Pisidia. [With plates and maps.]"

map from "Anatolica; or, the Journal of a visit to some of the ancient...

This image has been taken from scan 000284 from "Anatolica; or, the Journal of a visit to some of the ancient ruined cities of Caria, Phrygia, Lycia, and Pisidia. [With plates and maps.]". The title and subject... More

John Henry Haynes. Bas relief; two lions at Kosh Nishan Ighneri, Phrygia (id.13993426)

John Henry Haynes. Bas relief; two lions at Kosh Nishan Ighneri, Phryg...

Bas relief: two lions at Kosh Nishan Ighneri in Phrygia. from: Robert G. Ousterhout: John Henry Haynes - A Photographer and Archaeologist in the Ottoman Empire 1881–1900 S. 89 ISBN 978-605-62429-0-8

John Henry Haynes. Exterior of Byzantine church, Ayazin in Phrygia (id.13993427)

John Henry Haynes. Exterior of Byzantine church, Ayazin in Phrygia (id...

Exterior of Byzantine church at Ayazin in Phrygia. from: Robert G. Ousterhout: John Henry Haynes - A Photographer and Archaeologist in the Ottoman Empire 1881–1900 S. 89 ISBN 978-605-62429-0-8

John Henry Haynes. Pinnacle of friable tufa at Doghanli, Phrygia (id.13993425)

John Henry Haynes. Pinnacle of friable tufa at Doghanli, Phrygia (id.1...

Pinnacle of friable tufa at Doghanli in Phrygia. from: Robert G. Ousterhout: John Henry Haynes - A Photographer and Archaeologist in the Ottoman Empire 1881–1900 S. 89 ISBN 978-605-62429-0-8

Hottenroth I-024 - 11-12 - Phrygian females

Hottenroth I-024 - 11-12 - Phrygian females

Clothing of two Phrygian females.

Hottenroth I-024 - 3-4 - Phrygian males

Hottenroth I-024 - 3-4 - Phrygian males

Clothing of two Phrygian males.

Asia minor p20

Asia minor p20

Map of Asia Minor. Historical Atlas

Phrygians