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The Western and Northern Necropoleis

Cities of the dead   One of the largest of Sagalassos’s four necropoleis is located to the west, on the skirts of the...Read more

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First a stone quarry

This rock face probably began as a stone quarry, and later became the northern necropolis. The beige-coloured local limestone was quarried along...Read more

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Stadium and Basilica E1

From stadium to church The ‘games’ played an important part in Imperial propaganda. At Sagalassos, these games were mainly the ‘Klareia’,...Read more

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The Trajanic Nymphaeum

A fountain next to the stadium   The first monumental fountain built in Sagalassos was located next to the Stadium....Read more

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The Late Hellenistic Fountain

Water for new neighbourhoods   This fountain house was built just before the reign of the Emperor Augustus, between...Read more

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The Neon Library

Titus Flavius Severianus Neon, a member of one of the most important families of Sagalassos  built this library in ca.120 AD, in honour of his...Read more

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The Theatre

A stage performance with a view   “On the side of the hill that rises above, there is one of the finest and most perfect...Read more

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The Potter’s Quarter or The Eastern Outskirts

Innovation and tradition   The Potters’ Quarter of Sagalassos lies to the east of the Theatre and covers a vast area...Read more

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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Why did people settle on this mountain slope? One of the main reasons must have been for defense. Equally important were the dozens...Read more

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Sagalassos walks

Short visit: One hour / 1.5 km • Walk the Colonnaded Street to Lower Agora and Odeon • Walk the central path to the...Read more

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