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2 of Izzettin Keykavus Conquest article found in Antalya

2 of Izzettin Keykavus Conquest article found in Antalya

After the conquest of Antalya, two inscriptions of conquest, commissioned by the Seljuk Sultan Izzettin Keykavus, were found in the garden of an abandoned building 3 years ago.

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After the conquest of Antalya, two inscriptions of conquest, commissioned by the Seljuk Sultan Izzettin Keykavus, were found in the garden of an abandoned building 3 years ago. After the conquest of Antalya, two conquest inscriptions, commissioned by the Seljuk Sultan Izzettin Keykavus, were found in the garden of an abandoned building in 2018. The city walls were built in Kaleiçi in Antalya, which was conquered by the Seljuk Sultan Gıyaseddin Keyhüsrev I on March 5, 1207. Researcher Necmi Atik found two parts of the conquest, which consists of 43 inscriptions written on the walls by Keyhüsrev, which have been lost for nearly 100 years. Atik said in a statement he made at that time that he found the inscriptions erected in the form of a column at the garden entrance of an abandoned house.

TWO CONQUEST BOOKS LAST Seen in 1924

He said that two conquest inscriptions, which he found erected in the garden of the abandoned building, which was used as an entertainment center before during his works in Kaleiçi, were last seen in 1924 and their whereabouts were not known until this time. Stating that researchers have been searching for inscriptions for years, Atik stated that the two inscriptions found have been missing for about 100 years, and that he is also very excited to find him.

9 OUT OF 43 BOOKS DİSAPPEARED

Stating that the conquest of 43 inscriptions, which is a first-degree document in many aspects such as history, culture and art, was examined and tried to be read by Ottoman period historians, especially Süleyman Fikri Erten, the founder of Antalya Museum, Atik continued as follows: “Today, 27 of 43 inscriptions are insitu (source) in the case of the bastion and walls of the castle in its original state. 7 of them are in the Antalya Museum. We found 2 of the 9 lost inscriptions in the garden of an abandoned house. Found inscriptions, 2nd and 3rd inscriptions of the conquest. "

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