ANTAKYA MOZAIKLERI PDF
Note this is only part of the much larger gallery of the Antakya Museum. TEK BİR ANTAKYA ODASINDAN ROMA MOZAİKLERİ. Katalogta, bazı mozaiklerin. Photograph 2: Antakya Museum of Mosaic “Yakto Mosaic (5th century . Demir, A., (), “Yurtdışındaki Antakya Mozaikleri”, Hatay Monthly. Antioch Mosaics / Antakya Mozaikleri. Guys, There are mosaics in Baltimore Museum of Art. The mosaics have been found in Antioch (Antakya).
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antakya mozaikleri – Picture of Antakya Archaeological Museum, Antakya – TripAdvisor
Visitors to Adana and Mersin should not miss the opportunity to visit the museum in Antakya, a two-hour bus ride from Adana. The objects are displayed in wall niches. Retrieved from ” https: The museum’s collection also includes items that reflect the art and culture of the region, from the Paleolithic Age through the present day.
The museum’s garden includes Roman period sarcophagibuilding stones and water jars. Archaeological museums in Turkey. Archived from the original on The museum was completed in Views Read Edit View history.
The Hatay Archaeology Museum Turkish: They were found by excavations in barrows in the plain of Amik. This page was last edited on 25 Octoberat Antakya was also one of the earliest centres of Christianity, and the cave church here is believed to be the oldest in the world. Prost, it was decided to construct a museum in the cityof Antakya to house ali local finds.
This task took nine years.
With the opening of this annex on 18 Decemberthe number of exhibition rooms rose from five to eight, enabling the allocation of separate rooms for Hittite and Assyrian works, miscellaneous small items and gold items. Hatay has a rich collection of mosaics dating back to the Hellenistic and to the Roman era in the 2nd and 3rd centuries.
Antakya Müzesi’nde Dünyanın En Eski Mozaikleri
While some of the panels consist of purely geometric designs, for the most mozaiklrri they depict scenes from Greek mythology. In other projects Wikimedia Commons. Their condition ranges from the badly damaged to the almost perfectly preserved, which are astonishingly beautiful.
Since most of these buildings were made of dressed stone, making it virtually impossible to fix mosaic panels to the walls, antqkya form of decoration was reserved for the floors. Retrieved 25 February Mozaik,eri is known for its extensive collection of Roman and Byzantine Era mosaics.
Column capitals, a sacrificial altar, a cult image, a bas-relief, a fresco and statues date from the Hittites to Roman periods. However, it was not long before the museum became too small to house the everincreasing numberof exhibits, and in construction of an annex began.
Against the other walls of the room are cases that display a rare coin collection arranged chronologically.
Abtakya taking place in has been suspended after several major works were botched and local media brought it to the attention of the public. Wikimedia Commons has media related to Antakya Archaeological Museum. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
Hatay Archaeology Museum – Wikipedia
The designs were drawn up by the architect Michelle Ekocherde, and building commenced in Scientific excavations were first carried out in the region inrevealing finds of considerable archaeological value. Verlag Walter de Gruyter, Berlin.
Construction of the museum started in on the recommendation of the French archaeologist and antiquities inspector Claude M. The most interesting feature of this museum is the fact that the rooms containing the mosaic panels have been designed especially for them.
Other items found during the excavations in Harbiye are also on exhibit at the museum. The collection also includes objects from Antakya mozai,leri its surrounding regions.
The museum was opened to the public in and re-opened in following renovation and expansion. Since BC a series of different civilisations have flourished in the area of Hatay in southeastern Turkey. The works in the museum are arranged according to where they were found. The museum was opened on 23 Julyon the anniversary of the liberation of Hatay.