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Caybasi Bath in Korkuteli with Its Decorations Hidden by Plaster
Located at Korkuteli district of Antalya, Çaybaşı Bath is one of the few buildings which have been able to survive since the Ottoman Period. Carrying the overall characteristics of the Turkish bath architecture in terms of both its material and plan characteristics, the building is dated to the first half of the 16th century-the first half of the 17th century. The bath, which no more functions today, was restored in the 1970s. With its decorations hidden beneath the plaster of poor quality that was made on its walls in the following periods, the bath has a special place in the Turkish bath architecture. These decorations also reflect the decoration understanding and taste of their time. The tulips and carnations coming out of the vase made in the stamping technique in the decorations are considerably analogous to the motifs used in the tile and ceramic art then. The ship and fish graffiti on the walls all but pictorially reflect the proximity of Korkuteli to the Mediterranean Sea. In this paper, it will be intended to introduce Çaybaşı Bath in Korkuteli, which repeats a plan diagram analogous to those of a large number of baths constructed in the same period but which is distinguished from them by, and has a privileged place with, its decorations beneath the plaster, in detail and to determine its place in the Turkish bath architecture.

Korkuteli, Ottoman, Bath, graffiti, tulip, carnation

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