|Oğuz Tekin – Nil Türker Tekin
|Kayhan Dörtlük – Tarkan Kahya – Remziye Boyraz
|258 pp, paperback
|Bilingual in Turkish and English
|Series of Biographies 1
Clemens Emin Bosch was a German scholar who began his academic career in the field of ancient history in Germany and left his country for Istanbul because of his wife’s Jewish heritage at a period which he might have been very productive as an academician. When he was in Istanbul he apparently converted to Islam and took the Turkish name Emin. Clemens Emin Bosch, who lived approximately twenty years in Istanbul and died there, is widely known for his studies in the field of ancient numismatics. He joined the Side excavations (in Pamphylia) which began in 1946 and studied and produced publications on the inscriptions preserved in the Antalya Museum and on the inscriptions found during the Side excavations. (back cover)
257 pp, duotone photos and documents, pb, bilingual, Turkish and English.