The building in its night-gown heavy feltings thrown over wall each night after we began to be afroid of frost. Its action on the fresh mortar. Corner of old building appearath on the right and the mountains crossed by Shalmaruger II 860-825 BC. In the rear.
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Title
The building in its night-gown heavy feltings thrown over wall each night after we began to be afroid of frost. Its action on the fresh mortar. Corner of old building appearath on the right and the mountains crossed by Shalmaruger II 860-825 BC. In the rear.
Description
View of a rectangular building under construction, with felt blankets covering certain areas.
Language
English
Coverage
Marash (Maraş, Turkey)
Location
SALT Research
URI
https://archives.saltresearch.org/handle/123456789/44942
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Type
Format
15.3-20.7 cm, Print, Handwriting, Black&White
Number of Scanned Documents
2
Identifier
ABAHMRS006
Rights
Open Access
Rights Holder
United Church of Christ (UCC), American Research Institute in Turkey (ARIT), SALT Research
Accrual Method
On deposit at SALT Research from UCC and ARIT

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