The Maussolleion at Halikarnassos. Reports of the Danish Archaeological Expedition to Bodrum. 4. The Quadrangle. Jysk Arkaeologisk Selskabs Skrifter, 15. Kristian Jeppesen. 182 p., ill., maps
Contents: Preface Introductory Note on Illustrations 1. The Quadrangle 2. The drainage system around the Maussolleion (Lower Gallery) 3-5. Accessory structures built along the periphery of the Quadrangle 6. Features of the superstructure deducible from the surviving foundations and pillars 7. The situation of the foundations of the Maussolleion with regard to its surroundings 8. The platform in front of the entrance to the tomb chamber 9. The bronze grating said to have covered the drain crossing the western staircase 10. The plug-block that closed the entrance to the tomb 11. Collars and dowels from the bottom of the plug-block, British Museum 12. Two sawn-off corners of pavement slabs with collars still in position, British Museum 13. The foundations around and above the plug-block 14. The corridor 15. The double-door of white marble, summary of evidence for its reconstruction 16. Catalogue of door fragments A-R 17. The anteroom and its connection with the tomb chamber 18. The tomb chamber 19. The sarcophagus lid of white marble, summary of evidence for its reconstruction 20. Catalogue of fragments of sarcophagus lids from Bodrum (a-d) and Kos (e) 21. The tomb-robbers` subterranean mine 22. The cavity cut in the rock-cut bottom of the tomb chamber, date and purpose 23. Catalogue raisonné of finds from the cavity in the tomb chamber (cf. chapter 22) and from the tomb-robbers` mine (cf. chapter 21) 24. Provisional report of recent investigations into Pre-Maussollan remains underneath and south of the Maussolleion 25. Geological aspects of the construction of the Mausoleum at Halicarnassus 26. Excerpts from C.T. Newton, a History of Discoveries (1862) 27. Commander de la Tourrette`s report on the demolition of the Maussolleion AD 1522 28. Comparanda relatable to the fragments of a double-door and a sarcophagus lid found in the Maussolleion foundation.