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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  • Aslan başı ile kapak
    Aslan başı ile kapak

    R2 Cat. 179

    Heykel, Lahit

    Mermer, Taş

    Late 2nd or early 3rd C. AD? (Roma)

    The imitation cover tile is triangular in section and tapers toward the top. The lion’s head has round, deeply hollowed ears, and a long-haired mane with individually drilled hairs. The eyes, deeply inset near the center, had separately indicated lid...

  • Nehir Tanrısı
    Nehir Tanrısı

    R2 Cat. 190

    Heykel

    Mermer, Taş

    3rd C. AD? (Roma)

    A youthful, unbearded river god holds a single reed in his r. hand and reclines on a rock in which a male head is carved. The lower part of his body is covered by a cloth, making a series of parallel folds over the legs; a roll of the material at the...

  • Griffin Sütunu
    Griffin Sütunu

    R2 Cat. 219

    Heykel

    Mermer, Taş

    1st or 2nd C. AD (Roma)

    The griffin pillar is nearly identical to its twin Cat. 218 (Fig. 383) found nearby. The four-clawed foot is better preserved here and shows the same powerful curves typical of the whole piece.

  • Mezar Steli
    Mezar Steli

    R2 Cat. 262

    Heykel

    Mermer, Taş

    1st C. BC (Hellenistik)

    The stele is rectangular with a tenon at the bottom for insertion into another block. Represented on the relief panel are a standing man and woman, three children, and a servant, and in the center background a flat pillar which probably carried an ep...

  • dişi aslan
    dişi aslan

    R2 Cat. 34

    Heykel

    Mermer, Taş

    550-530 BC (Geç Lidya (Pers))

    The recumbent lioness is roaring. A collar mane frames her face below the ears. The very linear, triangular, incised locks are lancet-like on the mane, leaf-like on the chest. The tail is slung over the r. hindquarter. Large hind paws with toes are i...

  • Başsız Yaslanmış Sfenksin Mermer Heykeli
    Başsız Yaslanmış Sfenksin Mermer Heykeli

    R2 Cat. 41

    Heykel

    Mermer, Taş

    Late 6th or 5th C. BC? (Geç Lidya (Pers))

    A straight rectangular cut was made to seat the neck, head, and part of the wing (rectangle: W. 0.19, L. 0.15; dowel hole: diam. 0.035, D. 0.035). Judging from the cutting, the head may have been slightly turned to the proper r. The tail is slung up ...

  • Bir sporcunun gövde mermer heykeli
    Bir sporcunun gövde mermer heykeli

    R2 Cat. 74

    Heykel

    Mermer, Taş

    Hadrianic (Roma)

    The nude male had r. arm raised, holding a wide ribbon, the tasseled end of which is preserved on l. shoulder; hence an anadoumenos. The position of the neck shows the head was turned slightly to proper r. and forward. A trace of a rectangular strut ...

  • Hekate
    Hekate

    R2 Cat. 263

    Heykel

    Mermer, Taş

    2nd C. AD (Roma)

    The three-headed Hekate has a common trunk and polos, and three arms. The faces are badly worn, but are flat, with prominent rounded chins. The hair, parted in the middle, falls in undifferentiated tresses to the shoulders. Breasts are clearly deline...

  • Süvari frizleri
    Süvari frizleri

    R2 Cat. 231

    Heykel

    Mermer, Taş

    550-450 BC (Geç Lidya (Pers))

    The joint on the r. is square, that on the I. is beveled, with a plain vertical band in front indicating the end of the relief. There are two flat moldings along the top and bottom; the space above, below, and between is recessed; and the relief is i...

  • Palmette ile Sepulchral Stel'in bir kısmı
    Palmette ile Sepulchral Stel'in bir kısmı

    R2 Cat. 240

    Heykel

    Mermer, Taş

    ca. 420-400 BC (Geç Lidya (Pers))

    The stele has an oval finial, seven-petalled palmette on antithetic horizontal spirals, and downward-pointed small lotus. The anthemion projects slightly to the spectator's r. "The lateral projection ... was probably next to the dromos, whereas the s...

  • Alikres steli, Karos oğlu
    Alikres steli, Karos oğlu

    R2 Cat. 242

    Heykel

    Mermer, Taş

    Early 4th C. BC (Geç Lidya (Pers))

    Funerary stele with Lydian inscription and rounded palmette anthemion, stele of Alikres, son of Karos.Grayish "local" marble. Much reddish incrustation on face.

    Piece of marble broken off at top. According to Buckler (Sardis VI, 2, 49) bottom is origi...

  • Menophila'nın Steli
    Menophila'nın Steli

    R2 Cat. 245

    Heykel

    Mermer, Taş

    2nd or 1st C. BC (Hellenistik)

    The pediment has three acroteria: the central one has two snakes pointing downwards; the other two each have one snake pointing upwards. The recessed niche has tapering sides parallel to the stele sides. The relief shows a woman standing in a Pudicit...

  • Moschine Heykeli, Artemis Rahibe
    Moschine Heykeli, Artemis Rahibe

    R2 Cat. 246

    Heykel

    Mermer, Taş

    50-25 BC (Hellenistik)

    The priestess stands twisted slightly to her l., her r. foot drawn back and resting on the toes. She wears a chiton, himation, and platformed sandals, and stands on a square inscribed base.

    The himation is drawn from her r. to her l. side across her b...

  • Elpidike büstü
    Elpidike büstü

    R2 Cat. 255

    Heykel

    Mermer, Taş

    3rd C. AD (Roma)

    The bust of a woman is framed by an arched niche with a pilaster on each side, with simple capital and base. The head is turned slightly to the l. Her hair is parted in the middle and drawn behind her ears, where it falls in heavy locks. The drapery,...

  • Süvari ile Onursal Stel
    Süvari ile Onursal Stel

    R2 Cat. 270

    Heykel

    Mermer, Taş

    Late Hellenistic or very early Roman Imperial (Hellenistik veya Roma)

    A horseman is shown riding to r. and approaching a round altar and tree. He wears a short tunic and a cloak attached with a brooch. His face is too damaged to determine whether or not he was bearded. A snake drinks from a patera (?) on the altar. A w...

  • Yaldızlı Bronz Yılanlı Fıskiye Tabanı
    Yaldızlı Bronz Yılanlı Fıskiye Tabanı

    R2 Cat. 278

    Heykel, Heykel Kaydesi, Yazıt

    Mermer, Taş

    4th-6th C. AD (Roma)

    The base has a molded profile at top and bottom. A vertical channel is cut in one side for a water pipe.

    Letter forms suggest a late date, 4th-6th C. A.D.

  • Early Protocorinthian Linear Kotyle Fragments
    Early Protocorinthian Linear Kotyle Fragments

    M10 Cat. Cor 4

    Seramik

    Pişmiş toprak

    ca. 720-690 BC (Lidya)

    Early in EPC. Eight fragments from the rim, body, and foot of a small, extremely fine (eggshell) kotyle. One handle stub remains. Exterior: two very thin lines of glaze near the rim. In the handle frieze, a series of vertical lines flanks two sets of...

  • Early Protocorinthian Linear Kotyle Fragments
    Early Protocorinthian Linear Kotyle Fragments

    M10 Cat. Cor 7

    Seramik

    Pişmiş toprak

    ca. 720-690 BC (Lidya)

    Probably late EPC. Six fragments, from foot to mid-body. Two joined fragments from the foot and two from the wall. Exterior: fourteen horizontal lines, all evenly spaced, on the lower body. The base is completely glazed except for two reserved lines....

  • Middle Protocorinthian Aryballos Fragment
    Middle Protocorinthian Aryballos Fragment

    M10 Cat. Cor 11

    Seramik

    Pişmiş toprak

    ca. 690-670 BC (Lidya)

    Probably early in MPC. One-third of the mouth disk and the neck of a small aryballos. The disk is very thin and fine. There is a small lip at the outer edge of the disk and a groove on the outside where the disk joins the straight neck. On the top of...

  • Two Joined Fragments of a Middle Protocorinthian Linear Kotyle
    Two Joined Fragments of a Middle Protocorinthian Linear Kotyle

    M10 Cat. Cor 12

    Seramik

    Pişmiş toprak

    ca. 690-670 BC (Lidya)

    Probably MPC I. Two joining fragments reaching from lip to mid-body. Exterior: two horizontal lines near the rim frame a series of vertical bars and worm-shaped wiggles in the handle zone. Ten of the wiggles and the lower ends of three vertical bars ...

  • Middle Protocorinthian Linear Kotyle Fragment
    Middle Protocorinthian Linear Kotyle Fragment

    M10 Cat. Cor 14

    Seramik

    Pişmiş toprak

    ca. 670-650 BC (Lidya)

    Probably early in MPC-II. Half of a handle and a small part of the rim. Exterior: two lines, beginning on the root of the handle, merge to form one thin line on the handle proper. On the upper line, the glaze is partially preserved; on the lower, it ...

  • Middle Protocorinthian Linear Kotyle Fragment
    Middle Protocorinthian Linear Kotyle Fragment

    M10 Cat. Cor 17

    Seramik

    Pişmiş toprak

    ca. 670-650 BC (Lidya)

    Probably MPC-II. A handle with part of the rim and upper body. Exterior: a single thick line of glaze on the handle. Two horizontal lines at the top of the rim. The top line is thicker than the one below it. A series of seven vertical lines remains i...

  • Middle Protocorinthian Linear Kotyle Fragment
    Middle Protocorinthian Linear Kotyle Fragment

    M10 Cat. Cor 22

    Seramik

    Pişmiş toprak

    ca. 670-650 BC (Lidya)

    Probably MPC-II. Rim fragment. Exterior: two thin horizontal lines near the rim. Three tight sigmas, facing to right, are preserved in the handle zone. These are flanked by four vertical bars with hooks on the bottom. Three horizontal lines remain on...

  • Middle Protocorinthian Kotyle
    Middle Protocorinthian Kotyle

    M10 Cat. Cor 24

    Seramik

    Pişmiş toprak

    ca. 670-650 BC (Lidya)

    Probably MPC-II. Nearly half of the foot and a small part of the body. Exterior: the bases of two rays are placed close together. At the juncture of the foot and body is a thin reserved line followed by a line of glaze. A reserved band appears on the...

  • Late Protocorinthian Round Pyxis Fragment
    Late Protocorinthian Round Pyxis Fragment

    M10 Cat. Cor 27

    Seramik

    Pişmiş toprak

    ca. 650-630 BC (Lidya)

    Probably LPC. Fragment of an offset rim and handle. Exterior: remains of linear decoration in the handle zone; two vertical lines near the rim. Glaze: almost entirely vanished. Clay: fairly fine. Beige. Munsell no. 10 YR 7/3 (very pale brown).

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