Tenders are invited for Maintenance of Toilet block at Sculptures and rock-cut
relief at Unakotitirtha, Unakoti, Tripura, Archaeological Survey of India, Aizawl Circle, Mizoram Demolishing R.
This color-illustrated work explores the ruins of Byzantine Cappadocia in Turkey, a site famous for its rock-cut
dwelling places carved into eroded volcanic formations.
Belonging to a group of monumental rock-cut
tombs from the late 15th century BC, the chapel was built for an upper class family that was in close connections to the royal family.
Peasants used to live in scattered nuclei usually organized around a church surrounded by a rock-cut
The Crusader Lords of Nephin, triply safe behind the walls of Enfeh, the vast rock-cut
moat which severed the peninsula from the town.
As we rumbled along the rough road leading to the church we glimpsed off to our left a collection of rock-cut
structures eating their way into the hillside.
Archaeology student Bill Howells explores the rock-cut
ditch at Flemings-down hillfort
Little is known about Tjeby, who was buried in a rock-cut
tomb at a site known as Sheikh Farag in upper Egypt and excavated in 1923.
His scholarly interests have taken him to Ethiopia, where he studies the ancient Orthodox Christian rock-cut
and monolithic churches.
Battery-powered vehicles will enable tourists with disabilities to visit the Ajanta and Ellora rock-cut
caves in Arangabad, Maharashtra, India.
For the latter, this would mean the presence of a long rock-cut
table, trapeza in Greek, and flanking benches; but interestingly Kostof's list of cave monasteries also includes complexes that contain neither a church nor a refectory.
It is famous for several stupas, rock-cut
caves and brick-built edifices.