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Constantinople (Istanbul). Theodosian walls with Gulla Tower.
5th c Anatolian Byzantine (Early) Architecture

EARLY BYZANTINE Anonymous (330 - 843) Primary
c. 408-450
5th c
Byzantine (Early)
Constantinople (Istanbul). Turkey.
The walls were damaged by earthquakes and were repaired using bands of brick which bonded the stone to the inder rubble core and thus strengthened them. The Gulla tower was the home of the Ottoman Janissary soldiers.

Caption: EARLY BYZANTINE | Constantinople (Istanbul). Theodosian walls with Gulla Tower. | c. 408-450 | Byzantine (Early)
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