Wisteria Buds Surrounding the Lycian Tombs Dalyan Leggings
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About this artwork
Above the Dalyan River’s sheer cliffs are the weathered façades of Lycian tombs cut from rock, circa 400 BC. The ruins of the ancient trading city of Kaunos are a short boat trip across the river. Of the rock-cut tombs, none of which can be dated to before the 2nd quarter of the 4th century BC, the most important group are those with the façade of a temple. They consist of a stepped front chamber behind the façade. The façade has a pediment and columns between the projecting side walls and the burial chamber is accessed through a door. In front of the back and side walls of the roughly square in plan, burial chamber there are carved stone benches for the bodies of the deceased, in some of them there are also tables for offerings dedicated to the deceased. The niches, into which the upright funerary urns were placed, were closed with stone plaques that were carved with depictions of temple facades.
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