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It continued on an orthostat that must have formed a right angle with this lion. It must have ended on this same orthostat, now restored and set in place in the form and size of what must have been the original orthostat {pis. 30—31). The Inscriptions 9 The third version of the Phoenician text covered the entire body of the statue of the Storm-God, from below the arms down to the end of its long robe. It was divided into four columns that ran sinistroverse around the four sides of the statue, after which it ended on the double-bull socle underneath {frontispiece, pis.

B. Alkim some 4 km lower down the river, at Kastal, on a thickly wooded slope some 500 m long descending steeply to the river, which raised anew the question of the provenance of the basalt. It does not crop out on the opposite east bank, but reappears some 10 km southwest of Domuztepe at Karagedik by the Ceyhan and stretches out as far as Araplar village. U. B. Alkim pertinently notes that although the former lies on the same bank as Karatepe-Aslantaj, the country between is very mountainous and, that being downstream, it would be difficult to transport the stone by water against the stream (Alkim 1952d, pp.

Innumerable fragments of all sizes, whether amorphous, inscribed or with parts of reliefs, were lying around, found during excavation or collected on the slopes. All those that had any trace of an image or even merely an edge were duly catalogued by the author and photographed (1 : 10). Various attempts at recomposition had only limited success and even in cases of successful joins the problem o f bonding them securely together remained open. In those days there were no expert restorers in Turkey who could handle stone.

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