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Book Number   000314201
ISBN   Link9780674248519 (hardcover) text
  Link9780674248526 (hardcover) plates
  Link9780674248564 (hardcover) set
Main Entry   LinkYegül, Fikret K., 1941-
Title   LinkThe Temple of Artemis at Sardis / by Fikret K. Yegül.
Imprint   Link[Cambridge] : Archaeological Exploration of Sardis, 2020.
Descr.   2 volumes [xlviii, 284 [1]; 23 folded plates boxed] : illustrations ; 32 cm.
Series   ( Archaeological exploration of Sardis. Report ; 7)
Language   eng tur
Bibliogr.   Includes bibliographical references and index
Abstract   "In this two-volume publication, architectural historian Prof. Fikret K. Yegül presents the results of his decades of study of the Temple of Artemis at Sardis, one of the largest Greek temples in the world. Providing a wide-ranging overview of the ancient and modern history of this delightful and complex building, Yegül treats such topics as early travelers, excavation history, associated inscriptions, construction techniques of different phases of the building, colossal Roman imperial portraits from the cella, and comparisons to other temples and buildings
Lang. Note   In English with a summary in Turkish
Corp.Sub.   LinkTemple of Artemis (Sardis)
Subject - Lib.Cong.   LinkSardis (Extinct city) -- Buildings, structures, etc.
  LinkSardis (Extinct city) -- Antiquities
  LinkArchitecture, Hellenistic -- Turkey -- Sardis (Extinct city)
  LinkExcavations (Archaeology) -- Turkey -- Sardis (Extinct city)
  LinkTurkey -- Antiquities
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