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A frieze depicting a Cockerel from a tomb at Xanthos in Lycia Turkey dates to between 470

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A frieze depicting a Cockerel from a tomb at Xanthos in Lycia Turkey dates to between 470 and 460 BC. It was a Lycian tradition to sacrifice cockerels and make other sacrificial offerings to the deceased, particularly heroes of the time who had elaboarate tombs constructed for their burial.

Copyright © Please credit David Tipling (davidtipling.com)

Media ID 5191819

Date: 21st December 2007

Copyright Status: Copyrighted Work

Owner URL: David Tipling / www.davidtipling.com

Credit: David Tipling

Image Size: 5100 x 3593 Pixels

Filesize is 12.82MB

Version 2 is 12.82MB

Keywords: birds and people, chicken, cockerel, frieze, historical, lycian