Bath-Gymnasium Complex, Tralleis City, birth place of Anthemios who was one of the architects of Hagia Sophia.


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During the period of Trajan, who was 1 of the 5 good emperors, the Roman Empire reached its widest borders & his bust, in Ephesus Museum.


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Entrance to The tomb of King Midas, who has ears like donkeys and turns everything that he touched into gold. In Gordium, capital city of the Phrygian Empire (750-600 BC), one of the rulers was King Midas.


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Centaur in the Dionysus feasts, Dionysus Temple Friezes from Teos City, at the İzmir History and Art Museum.


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The Gymnasium of Sardes City, one of the biggest gymnasiums in the whole “Roman Empire” territory. The City was also capital city of the Lydians. According to Herodotus, The Lydians are the first people to have used gold & silver coinage.


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