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|Title:||Paphlagonia Hadrianoupolis’i Hamam A ve A Kilisesi mozaikleri|
|Other Titles:||Mosaics of Bathhouse A and Church A of Paphlagonia Hadrianoupolis|
|Citation:||Patacı, S. (2011). "Paphlagonia Hadrianoupolis’i Hamam A ve A Kilisesi mozaikleri". Journal of Mosaic Research, 4, 27-50.|
|Abstract:||Hadrianoupolis is located 3 km west of the modern town of Eskipazar, near Karabük, in Roman southwestern Paphlagonia. Excavation studies of Early Byzantine Church A and Bath Building A were conducted by a team directed by Assoc. Prof. Dr. Ergün Laflı from The Dokuz Eylül University in 2006. Excavation studies of Bath Building A were continued by the same team in 2007. Bath A is a monumental building which is located at the southern part of the city. The building was built at the end of 5th century A.D. and must have been in use until the beginning of 8th century A.D. A floor mosaic with geometric pattern which is dated 5th-6th century A.D. was discovered in a room called “The Room 11.” Early Byzantine Church A is located at 2,5 km east of the fortification walls of Byzantine Hadrianoupolis. The church is a basilical church with three naves in which there are remarkable floor mosaics dated first half of the 6th century. In the middle nave, several different animals were designed in curvilinear squares and frames.|
Karabük İli, Eskipazar İlçesi’nin yaklaşık 3 km doğusunda bulunan Paphlagonia Hadrianoupolis’inde yapılan arkeolojik araştırmalarla, İ.Ö. 1. ve İ.S. 8. yüzyıllar arasında kentte yerleşim olduğu anlaşılmaktadır. Kentte ortaya çıkarılmış antik yapı kalıntılarının bir kısmı mozaik zeminlidir. Bu mozaik zeminli yapıların en önemlileri Hamam A ve B, A ve B kiliseleri, Geç Roma Dönemine tarihlenen bir villa ve yine Hamam B yapısının yakınında keşfedilen apsidal bir yapıdır. Bu çalışmada Hamam A ve A Kilisesi yapılarına ait mozaikler ele alınmıştır.
|Appears in Collections:||2011 Sayı 4|
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