Machteld Mellink's trip to Turkey, September 30 - October 15, 2003
Department of Classical and Near Eastern Archaeology
updated 12/2/2003

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Tarsus: A view from the southern slope of the mound, Oct. 6, 2003. Tarsus: A view from Trench A looking to the SW towards the supermarket at the base of the mound, Oct. 6, 2003. Tarsus: The slope from Area A, looking to the SE, Oct. 6, 2003. Tarsus: The protective terrace wall built in the summer of 2003 at the extreme west side of the mound, Oct. 6, 2003.
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Tarsus: The west end of the mound and the fence around it, from the SW, Oct. 6, 2003. Tarsus: The area of the “cemetery” below Area A, Oct. 6, 2003. Tarsus: Houses built against the southern slope of the site (the deposit recorded in the publication from the base of the street to the base of the flag pole is about 33 m). In the center of the photograph is an “X”-frame supporting wall built by the team in 2003 to protect the exposed strata behind. Oct. 6, 2003.   Tarsus: The cotton mill of the 19th c., which is being turned into a large storage facility, Oct. 6, 2003.