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April 2006 (110.2)
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Fig. 1. Black-glazed unguentarium, ht. 6.5 cm (courtesy Tekirdağ Museum).
Fig. 2. Doorway at the end of the dromos.
Fig. 3. The graffito beside the steps of the arched doorway and corbel vault, letter ht. 1.5–4.5 cm (drawing by S. Çokay-Kepçe).
Fig. 4. Diphros from Naip, ht. 67.0 cm (courtesy Tekirdağ Museum, inv. no. 1955).
Fig. 5. The graffito in the room, ht. 25.0 cm (drawing by A. Koyunlu and S. Çokay-Kepçe).
Fig. 6. Detail of the phiale from Naip, showing the central rosette and monogram.
Fig. 7. Detail of ornamentation on silver jug (courtesy Tekirdağ Museum, inv. no. 1942).
Fig. 8. Detail of the silver jug, showing inscription inside the rim.
Fig. 9. Silver plate, diam. 22.8 cm, wt. 391.20 g (courtesy Tekirdağ Museum, inv. no. 1939).
Fig. 10. Detail of bronze partera, showing head of a young Pan (courtesy Tekirdağ Museum, inv. no. 1947).
Fig. 11. Detail of the bronze pitcher, showing à jour applique on the lower attachment of the handle (courtesy Tekirdağ Museum, inv. no. 1945).
Fig. 12. Clay alabastra, ht. 16.2 cm, 17.6 cm, respectively (courtesy Tekirdağ Museum, inv. nos. 1951, 1950).
Fig. 13. Gypsum alabastron, ht. 22.5 cm (courtesy Tekirdağ Museum, inv. no. 1952).
Fig. 14. Gold wreath, diam. 19.0–20.0 cm (courtesy Tekirdağ Museum, inv. no. 1918).
Fig. 15. Detail of bronze lining from inside of a round shield, showing Nikai slaying bulls (courtesy Tekirdağ; Museum, inv. no. 1944).
Fig. 16. Bronze torch and stand, ht. 139.0 cm (courtesy Tekirdağ Museum, inv. no. 1946).
Supplemental images for “An Unplundered Chamber Tomb on Ganos Mountain in Southeastern Thrace,” by İnci Delemen
American Journal of Archaeology Volume 110, Number 2 (April 2006)
Published online at www.ajaonline.org/imagegallery/839
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