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PALMYRAN TOMB CHAMBER The tomb chamber reproduced for the museum was built...
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SILOAM INSCRIPTION It was found in the underground tunnel that feed water...
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SIMURGH RELIEFS On the reliefs dated to the Byzantine Era, 10th century...
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GEZER CALENDAR This inscription, made in the 10th century BC and called...
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STATUE OF MARSYAS The Statue of Marsyas, dated to the Hellenistic period,...
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TUMULUS OF VİZE The tumulus found in the province of Kırklareli is dated...
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STATUE OF OCEANUS The statue brought from Ephesus and dated to the 2nd...
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STATUE OF AN EPHEBOS This is the statue of an ephebos, i.e. a male teenager....
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HEAD OF SAPPHO The Head of Sappho, an example of the portraits from...
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STATUE OF TYCHE This is a copy of an artifact dating from the 4th century...
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STATUE OF MARSYAS

STATUE OF MARSYAS

The Statue of Marsyas, dated to the Hellenistic period, was found in Tarsus, a historical city in south-central Turkey.

He is depicted as hung from a tree and his muscles stretched due to torture draw attention. So to say, he has a physically silent but angry expression. The original version of this special statue should have been placed to the center of a group of statues including the statue of Apollo sitting on his left side and a slave sharpening his knife in order to skin him on his right side.

Marsyas, the main character of an Anatolian story, is depicted while bearing the consequences of his rivalry with Apollo, the god of music. According to the story, Marsyas claims that he plays his flute better than Apollo plays his lyre. Neither of them wins in a musical contest, but Apollo asks Marsyas to turn his instrument upside down and to add his own voice. However, Marsyas cannot meet this challenge and Apollo wins the contest. Angry because of being challenged by a mortal, Apollo skins Marsyas alive and hangs his skin to a pine tree. However, he feels sorry later, breaks his lyre and turns Marsyas into a river.

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