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Old March 22nd, 2018, 02:30 PM   #25
Rich Larkin
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Great pics, Martin. The second one seems to have a similar entrance covering textile to the first one, but thrown up on the roof in that case. It isn't familiar to me. Perhaps that was the daily item, and the ensi/germetch arangement was for special occasions, as you suggested.

As to the height of the Tekke, we must keep in mind they were Turkic people, in contrast to many other Asian groups who might on average be shorter people.
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