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Lykian tombs at Acropolis of Xanthos-the Harpy tomb and the pillared sarcophagus (photo: Lucia Nováková).

Lykian tombs at Acropolis of Xanthos-the Harpy tomb and the pillared sarcophagus (photo: Lucia Nováková).

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The Anatolian Iron age landscape presents a spectacular variety of burial practices, funerary architecture and ancestry monuments as well as a rich iconography of the dead. Many top‑hill burial places of various dates are known from the regions of Phrygia, Ionia, Lykia or Karia. The western coast of Anatolia was a border region between Western and...