Frigya'da Bizans Dönemi Kaya Kilisesi - Byzantine Rock Cut Church in Phrygia
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Title
Frigya'da Bizans Dönemi Kaya Kilisesi - Byzantine Rock Cut Church in Phrygia
Note
Fotoğrafların arka yüzü - Reverse side of the photographs: "31.8.96 Ayazin / Afyon Erken Dönem Bizans Kilisesi (kayalara oyulmuş) içinde 1. Dünya Savaşında, ihtimal ki ordudan firar etmiş bir Anadolulu Rum'un "Yaşasın Kral ve Elen…" mealinde, duvara kazıdığı yazı (1914 yılından kalmış)". "Fotoğrafın arka yüzünde - Reverse side of the photograph: "31.8.96 Ayazin / Afyon 1914 yılından kalma bir yazı (kaya kilisesinin içinde) Amele Taburlarından firar edip buraya sığınmış bir Rum'a ait olmalıdır"
Issue Date
1996-08-31
Language
Turkish
Coverage
İhsaniye, Afyon
Subject
Location
SALT Research
URI
https://archives.saltresearch.org/handle/123456789/201287
Collections
Type
Format
12,8-8,8 cm, Baskı, Renkli - Print, Color
Number of Scanned Documents
4
Identifier
AHAFY009
Rights
Open access
Rights Holder
SALT Araştırma - SALT Research
Accrual Method
Bağış - Donation

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