Archaeologists Find Roman Emperor's 1,900-year-old Summer Home in Turkey

Kibyratis in the Turkish mountains was a pastoral retreat for the Roman elite, who didn't miss the opportunity to make money while about it

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Lid of a sarcophagus from the Roman period, with a couple on it, Kibyratis
Lid of a sarcophagus from the Roman period, with a couple on it, Kibyratis Credit: Oliver Hülden, ÖAW-ÖAI
Philippe Bohstrom
Philippe Bohstrom
Stone inscribed votive altar of Marcus Calpurnius LongusCredit: T. Corsten, picture edit by N. Gail
Lydian tomb in the Kabalis with relief of a lion, Archaic period Credit: Oliver Hülden / ÖAW-ÖAI7
Survey on Asar Tepe: At least part of this belonged to the Calpurnii estate. Here the remains of pottery production were found.Credit: Oliver Hülden
Drawing of a mold bowl fragment, KibryatisCredit: Drawing by K. Kugler/ picture editing by N. Gail



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