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

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THE WOLFE EXPEDITION

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No. 71.

Tamaslialiik. Stele in the ancient cemetery. Copy.

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No. 72.

Tamaslialiik. Stele in the ancient cemetery. Copy.
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One hour from Tamashaltik we reach Khadem Yai'lasii, just under
the highest peak of the Khadem range. From this point we have a
view over a vast sea of mountains that are bewildering to him who
would bring order out of chaos, but ravishing to the lover of the
wild and mighty in nature.

A steep descent of an hour and a half brings us to Ashagha Kha-
dem. Immediately beyond this village the great canon of the Alata
Su becomes visible. The river comes from the southeast, and just
below this point it gradually turns to flow almost east up to and after
its junction with the Gok Su. Across the canon is the large village
Kaliin Aghyl, situated on the slope of the mountain of the same
name. The twin villages of Avdjilar and Kaplanlii are situated at
the extreme southern end of the great Saraidjik-Polat plateau, and
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