On the northern shore of Lake Bafa, opposite the Twin Islands (İkizada), the remains of nine rock paintings were discovered (1.2 No. 1-9). The best preserved one is located on the roof of a ‘cave’ (2 No. 7. 3-6). It probably shows a wedding feast: At the centre of the representation is a large male and female couple who are being approached from the right at an angle by two groups of three dancing (?) women separated by a man. To the left of the couple, a symmetrically arranged group of three seated (?) women; below the women a small recumbent (?) male figure. The common bond of the various groups is additionally emphasised by straight, bent or zigzag lines above their heads.
1) Aerial photo of the northern shore of Lake Bafa with the Twin Islands (İkizada) (Photo Peter Grundwald).