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historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM1LKA_the-domed-church_Mugla.html
English: It is one of the earliest and best preserved of its type in Anatolia. The date of the original construction of this church must be placed at the 6th century AD. It is an approximately square plan (14 x 14.5 m) and has three naves. The cen…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM1LK9_theater_Mugla.html
English: The Theater of Caunus, with a seating capacity for 5000 spectators, faces southwest, complying with the Anatolian tradition and follows Hellenistic tradition with respect to its plan. The Theatron (sic) having a diameter of 75 m and with …
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM1LK8_the-roman-bath_Mugla.html
English: This bath house is one of the best preserved examples which survive from the Roman Imperial Period. The building was originally planned as two complexes: the courtyard (palaestra) and the Bath House, both on the same axis with a southwe…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM1LCD_theater-fountain_Mugla.html
English: The theater fountain is located within vaulted niche of 11.85 m inserted into the supporting wall of the theater (Analemma). This fountain, without doubt, not only serves the audience of the games in the theater, but also to the dense hum…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM1L1A_caunus_Mugla.html
English: " ...Harpagos, after subduing, Ionia, make an expedition against the Carians, Cautions and Lycians... " This statement informs us of the significance of Caunus with respect to ancient geography and political relations during the third qua…
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