Sunay, Serkan
June 2009
Ekev Academic Review;Summer2009, Vol. 13 Issue 40, p317
Academic Journal
The subject of this paper is Hagios Anargyros Monastery Church in the Güzelyurt borough of Aksaray. Güzelyurt is located as a historical settlement which located in southwestern Cappadocia was knew as Karballa in Ancient times and also called Gelveri in Medieval Age. The aim of this study is examining circumstances of Hagios Anargyros Monastery Church and make her known with their details by searching architectural and ornamental characteristics on account of Byzantine art and architectural history.


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