Arama hakkında

Bu alan, Sart Amerikan Hafriyat Heyeti tarafından yayınlanmış eserleri arama yapmanıza ve bunlarla ilgili bilgi edinmenize olanak sağlamaktadır. Şu anda (2020), veri tabanı “Lidyalılar ve Dünyaları” (Yapı Kredi Vedat Nedim Tör Museum, İstanbul, 2010) sergisinde ve kataloğunda yer alan eserleri, ve Jane Evans, Coins from the Excavations at Sardis: Their Archaeological and Economic Contexts. Coins from the 1973 to 2013 Excavations içermektedir. Yakında Sardeis Raporlarında ve Monograflarında yayınlanmış eserleri de eklenecektir.

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  • M14 Cat. 381

    Yazıt

    Mermer, Taş

    “Second (?) century AD” (Malay). (Roma)

    Stele of marble with triangular pediment; there is a wreath above the inscription.

  • M14 Cat. 382

    Heykel Kaidesi, Yazıt

    Mermer, Taş

    2nd–3rd century AD (second neokoria, reign of Hadrian, until Elagabalus; see no. 397, 5 comm.). (Roma)

    Fragment of a rectangular base of white marble. Only parts of the faces are preserved; a rectangular hole has been cut into the upper left rear corner.

  • M14 Cat. 383

    Yazıt

    Mermer, Taş

    2nd–3rd century AD (second <i>neokoria</i>, reign of Hadrian, until Elagabalus; see no. 397, 5 comm.). (Roma)

    Fragments of white marble; fragments of the lower left edge: (a), ll. 15–18 + (b), ll. 19–21; of the right edge (the very last letters are mostly missing): (c), with a small portion of the upper edge, ll. 1–19 + (d), ll. 11–14 + (e), ll. 19–21. Fragm...

  • M14 Cat. 384

    Heykel Kaidesi, Yazıt

    Mermer, Taş

    2nd century AD? (letter shape). (Roma)

    Base of white marble.

  • M14 Cat. 385

    Heykel Kaidesi, Yazıt

    Mermer, Taş

    Probably 2nd century AD. (Roma)

    Base of marble; broken above with the molding below trimmed. Between ll. 1 and 2, a horizontal line was chiseled later, perhaps in preparation for cutting the stone. The beginnings of the lines are obscured by the positioning of the block.

  • M14 Cat. 386

    Heykel Kaidesi, Yazıt

    Mermer, Taş

    2nd century AD. (Roma)

    Two joining fragments of gray marble, presumably of a base; broken on all sides except for the left edge.

  • M14 Cat. 387

    Yazıt

    Mermer, Taş

    2nd century AD? (Roma)

    Two non-joining fragments of marble; only parts of the upper and right edges of fragment (a) are preserved.

  • M14 Cat. 388

    Yazıt

    Mermer, Taş

    2nd century AD? (Roma)

    Fragment of marble; broken on all sides.

  • M14 Cat. 389

    Heykel Kaidesi, Yazıt

    Mermer, Taş

    211–217 AD (under Caracalla, after Geta’s death; see the singular τοῦ κυρίου αὐτοκράτορος, ll. 12–13). (Roma)

    Marble base with molding at top and bottom. On the upper surface there is a recess for the location of a plinth.

  • M14 Cat. 390

    Heykel Kaidesi, Yazıt

    Mermer, Taş

    Reign of Caracalla? (Roma)

    Fragment of marble, presumably from a statue base; broken on all sides.

  • M14 Cat. 391

    Mimari, Yazıt

    Mermer, Taş

    211–212 AD? (Roma)

    Block of marble transformed into a Corinthian capital; broken on all sides except for the bottom. The inscription has been superficially erased.

  • M14 Cat. 392

    Yazıt

    Mermer, Taş

    Reign of a Severan Emperor. (Roma)

    Lower right corner of a block of marble; broken on the left, upper, and rear faces. The right side is smoothed and shows anathyrosis; the bottom is rough. The fragment may have belonged to the upper section of a statue base.

  • M14 Cat. 393

    Stel, Yazıt

    Mermer, Taş

    Probably after 212 AD (occurrence of Aurelii), before Elagabalus’s bestowal of the third neokoria (see l. 4). (Roma)

    Stele of marble, slightly trimmed on its right side; the upper part is broken off. Letters with long apices.

  • M14 Cat. 394

    Heykel Kaidesi, Yazıt

    Mermer, Taş

    After 212 AD? (l. 8: [Αὐ]ρ̣. Χρήσιμος). (Roma)

    Base of marble; broken on the right and left. There is a molding at the bottom.

  • M14 Cat. 395

    Heykel Kaidesi, Yazıt

    Mermer, Taş

    2nd–3rd century AD. (Roma)

    Base of marble for a statue. There are moldings at top and bottom and cuttings for the feet of a bronze statue in the upper surface. The last two lines of the inscription are written on the lower cornice.

  • M14 Cat. 396

    Heykel Kaidesi, Yazıt

    Mermer, Taş

    Earlier 3rd century AD? (“Aurelius” in l. 3). (Roma)

    Base of white marble. There is a molding at the top. The base has partly been retouched.

  • M14 Cat. 397

    Yazıt

    Mermer, Taş

    2nd–3rd century AD (see below l. 5 comm.). (Roma)

    Three joining fragments of marble. The inscription is within a frame; part of the raised left edge is preserved.

  • M14 Cat. 398

    Yazıt

    Mermer, Taş

    2nd–3rd century AD (see no. 397, 5 comm.). (Roma)

    Upper right corner of a block of marble. The slightly rough right side is unbroken. The upper side is smooth; another block was probably originally placed above this one. There are traces of red paint in the letters.

  • M14 Cat. 399

    Heykel Kaidesi, Yazıt

    Mermer, Taş

    2nd–3rd century AD. (Roma)

    Fragment of marble probably from the upper part of a base; broken on all sides.

  • M14 Cat. 400

    Yazıt

    Mermer, Taş

    2nd–3rd century AD? (letter shape). (Roma)

    Fragment of white marble, assembled from two pieces; broken on all sides except for a part of the left and upper edges.

  • M14 Cat. 401

    Heykel Kaidesi, Yazıt

    Mermer, Taş

    Reign of Severus Alexander. (Roma)

    Rectangular base of white marble with moldings above and below; partly damaged. On the upper surface are anathyrosis and a lifting hole. Ll. 1–3 of the inscription are on the upper molding, and ll. 4ff. are in a recessed field.

  • M14 Cat. 402

    Heykel Kaidesi, Yazıt

    Mermer, Taş

    Reign of Severus Alexander. (Roma)

    Three joining pieces of a fragment of white marble, probably from a base; broken on all sides except for a portion of the right edge.

  • M14 Cat. 403

    Yazıt

    Mermer, Taş

    Reign of Severus Alexander(?). (Roma)

    Upper right corner of a plaque of white marble; broken on the left, lower, and rear sides.

  • M14 Cat. 404

    Yazıt

    Mermer, Taş

    218 AD until soon after 222 (or after 253 AD; see l. 4 comm.). (Roma)

    Block of marble; the top is preserved while the back, sides, and bottom are broken.

  • M14 Cat. 405

    Yazıt

    Mermer, Taş

    284–305 AD. (Roma)

    Two joining fragments of brownish-white marble. The left piece (a) preserves a portion of the upper and left edges; the right piece (b) is broken on all sides.