Halicarnassus


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an ancient Greek city on the southwestern coast of Asia Minor in what is now Turkey

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According to Rickman, the sculptures from the Mausoleum of Halicarnassus in the Museum's collection were acquired in 1846, 1857 and 1859.
The ancient structure was a 45-meter-high tomb created between 353 and 350 BC at Halicarnassus, the current-day resort city of Bodrum in southwestern Turkey.
Thirty lawyers along with writer Remzi Kazmaz are preparing to take the British Museum to the ECtHR as part of a legal fight to bring back the remaining pieces of the Halicarnassus Mausoleum in Bodrum.
Ridden by Australian jockey Hugh Bowman, Halicarnassus gave his new Turkish connections a great thrill before he retires at the end of the season to take up stud duties after a run in the Bosphorus Cup.
MICK CHANNON believes old stager Halicarnassus is "the toughest horse I've ever trained" after his latest victory in the Old Newton Cup at Haydock on Saturday.
Halicarnassus and Hugh Bowman (right) win the bet365 Old Newton Cup at Haydock Park on Saturday Picture: MARTIN RICKETT/PA
Mick Channon's Halicarnassus won the valuable Old Newton Cup at 14-1.
AUSTRALIAN jockey Hugh Bowman landed his most important success on his latest visit to Britain when guiding home Mick Channon's stable stalwart Halicarnassus in the bet365 Old Newton Cup at Haydock.
from Halicarnassus (in Caria) to force submission from 31 defiant Greek states which refused to acknowledge Xerxes as their king.
The building, ensconced in marble and limestone, is crowned with a pyramid modeled after one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, the Mausoleum of Halicarnassus.
A three and a half length victory over Halicarnassus in the Geoffrey Freer was particularly taking as that rival's recent Bosphorus Cup success confirmed the value of the form.
Working under floodlights, the six-year-old covered a mile and a quarter (2,000m) with 2009 Dubai International Racing Carnival winner Halicarnassus, under Tadhg O'Shea, also involved.
The 5-4 favourite romped clear by two-and-a-half lengths from the staying-on Halicarnassus, with Kandidate three-quarters of a length behind Mick Channon's colt in third.
The5-4 favourite romped clear by two and a half lengths from the staying-on Halicarnassus, with Kandidate a further three-quarters of a length back in third.
His main rival looks to be Mick Channon's Halicarnassus but that one is not guaranteed to see out the trip so well and has to concede 5lb to the selection.