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Summary

Three stone circles.

Class:

  • Grave or burial field
  • visible
  • Location uncertain
(see also PELAGIOS)

Identifiers:

Nearby

Battle of Adrianople in 378

Battle of Adrianople. Gothic wars. Defeat of Romans by the Goths and death of Emperor Valens.

Sinanköy Castle-Sinanköy Calesi

Previosly - Provadiya. Bizantine castle

Vukelon Fortress

Vukelon Fortress

Mimar Sinan'in Aqueduct

Mimar Sinan'in Aqueduct

Images

Surroundings (Panoramio)

Annotation

See:

  1. Kirikköy Megalitleri - http://tayproject.org/TAYages.fm$Retrieve?CagNo=9256&html=ages_detail_e.html&layout=web
  2. Burçin Erdoğu, Rabia Erdoğu, John Chapman: Kirikköy - a Megalithic Complex in Turkish Thrace, in: Archaeological Reports 1999/2000, University of Durham, Excavation Committee; University of Newcastle upon Tyne, Committee for Excavation and Fieldwork 2000, pp. 44–56.
  3. Onur Özbek, Menhirs in the Graveyards: Fact or Fiction? A Reconsideration of erected Stone Monuments of Gallipoli Peninsula. In: Onur Özbek (Hrsg.), Funeral rites, rituals and ceremonies from prehistory to antiquity, Proceedings of the International Workshop "Troas and its Neighbours", Çanakkale and Ören 2-6 October 2006. Istanbul, Institut Français d'Etudes Anatoliennes Georges-Dumezil 2008, pp. 83-96. - http://www.academia.edu/2374862