THE WOLFE EXPEDITION
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Sinstat. A diminutive sarcophagus, liiglily ornamented with
bas-reliefs, in the wall of a house. The rest of the inscription
was doubtless on the opposite side of the stone. Copy.
K A I 0 N H C I M
P 0 * 0 N
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Siristat. Near the last. Copy.
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In the bridge at Siristat there is a bas-relief of a lively hunting-
scene. A bear in precipitate flight is pursued by a dog, which has
just fastened his fangs in the left ham of the fleeing bear. Imme-
diately behind the dog a mounted huntsman, whose robes flutter
horizontally behind him, rushes at full speed to the assistance of his
four-footed ally. The hunt heads from right to left, from the stand-
point of the spectator. It is well executed.
July i. Siristat to Ulu Punar, 4 h. 29 m. An ascent of forty-
seven minutes brings us to Koz Agatch, where we regain the rough
undulating plateau, which is bounded on three sides by Boz Kyr
Dagh, the canon of the Gok Su, and Sinande Kuzu Dagh.