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- General view of Subaşı rock-cut complex (photo A. Yamaç).

- General view of Subaşı rock-cut complex (photo A. Yamaç).

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... length of 180 m, there are 11 different structures of all sizes. Some are connected with tunnels and this complex, consisting of some small chambers and a room in the size of 100 sq m, as well as a kitchen with oven and chimney, is most possibly a monastery with its church, courtyard, kitchen, dining hall, living spaces, and ceremonial chamber ( fig. 2, fig. 3, fig. ...
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... is an altar carved into the rock body on the east wall of the horseshoe apse. The purpose of the room, which was dug in the southeast direction inside the church with a nearly square plan and a ventilation shaft in the centre of the ceiling, is uncertain. There is no niche on the walls and the floor is filled with debris fallen from the ceiling ( fig. 20). ...
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... Village, was the only frescoed church we have come across in Kayseri. We say "it was" because the intense destruction by illicit diggers that we have observed in this church only in the last year is incredible. Most of the frescoes described in Karakaya's article published in 2013 and dated 11 th to 13 th centuries are now unrecognizable ( fig. 22, fig. 23). The church has an irregular rectangular plan and there is a small narthex in the north ( fig. 24). The central section where the cross arms meet is square-shaped and covered with a dome that is crossed by pendants. The cross arms, which are rectangular and covered with barrel-vaults, differ in size. The church has northeast and ...
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... destruction by illicit diggers that we have observed in this church only in the last year is incredible. Most of the frescoes described in Karakaya's article published in 2013 and dated 11 th to 13 th centuries are now unrecognizable ( fig. 22, fig. 23). The church has an irregular rectangular plan and there is a small narthex in the north ( fig. 24). The central section where the cross arms meet is square-shaped and covered with a dome that is crossed by pendants. The cross arms, which are rectangular and covered with barrel-vaults, differ in size. The church has northeast and northwest corner rooms. In the east of the cross arm forming the bema, there is a half-round apse and a ...
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... its narthex with a very smooth architecture. The building, like the other two churches, has a semi-circular apse and a barrel-vaulted ceiling ( fig. ...
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... on the north wall of the naos. As the rock block in the southern part of the church was too thin to allow a transept arm to be excavated here, just like Vekse Church No.1 only one arm of the transept was made. The only feature of this small church, which has no fresco today, is the templon wall with windows that separates the apse and the nave. (fig. ...
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... wall of the apse is carved into the rock body. The function of the room measuring 3.5 × 4 m, which is connected to the church with a large entrance from the south and which has been possibly excavated in the same period, is uncertain. There is a mihrab-like niche on the south wall of this room, the southwestern corner of which has collapsed ( fig. 27, fig. 28). ...

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