Papers of the American School of Classical Studies at Athens — 3.1884-1885

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From Losta we head northwest, through a country still undulating,
and, for the most part, uncultivated, to Giidelissin. Here a large
mound, in every way similar to the Assyrian Tels, shows many traces
of an ancient village or town. Most of the remains must be referred
to Christian influence. Here the mountains which run off west-
northwest from Hadji Baba Dagh turn suddenly at right angles
toward Almassen. Giidelissin is situated on the edge of the plain of
Kara Senir, and here the dreary undulating country, which stretches
from the neighborhood of Ilisra to this point, ceases. From
Giidelissin we go on northward to Utah Kilisse, where there are
many traces of at least one immense Christian structure, no doubt
a church.

From Utch Kilisse we head south of west to Kara Senir (56 m.),
crossing the plain. Kara Senir is situated at the extreme southeast
end of Abbas Dagh.

No. 33.

Utch Kilisse. Copy.

ANKGIBAPIN

No. 34.

Kara Senir. In the ivall of the Djami. Copy.

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