This sits atop a tomb in Xanthos, and is an important bilingual inscription.
I wondered about adding captions to this. I added some in, and I took some out. They convey information, but they also interrupt the pace of the video, and perhaps rob the viewer of an opportunity for calm contemplation of the pictures.
By the way, I'm being pretty accurate with most of my Turkey location information, so you should be able to click on something and find out exactly where these things are. I've pinpointed this obelisk to within a couple of yards.
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