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Gerald L. Stevens, PhD

"Hierapolis Museum" © Gerald L. Stevens
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Hierapolis Museum, using three arched basilica rooms of the ancient Roman Bath of Hierapolis, and its eastern courtyard of what was the library and gymnasium

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Blooms in the museum courtyard

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Altar stone with Brekranion and inscription, from Hierapolis theater, 2nd AD

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Column capital in museum courtyard

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Inscription in museum courtyard

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Artist's rendition of ancient Hierapolis

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Artist's rendition of Hierapolis Market

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Artist's rendition of Hierapolis Bath House

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Artist's rendition of Hierapolis Temple of Artemis

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Artist's rendition of Hierapolis Theater

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Overview of Salon 1

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Apollo Temple Inscription, with name of Apollo

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Small sarcophagus from Laodicea

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Health official from Hierapolis

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Grave stele; left: late Roman; middle: Roman from Mossyna village; right: Roman from Bahlan village

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Attis, Roman, Hierapolis Agora, 2nd AD

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Monumental Tomb, reconstructed from surviving fragments, Claudius era, relief of garlands and individuals

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Monumental Tomb, reconstructed from surviving fragments, Claudius era, relief of garlands and individuals

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Monumental Tomb, reconstructed from surviving fragments, Claudius era, relief of garlands and individuals

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Partial relief found adjacent to the Byzantium Door, Frontius Street, Hierapolis sample of sarcophagus put over chamber tombs. High podium. Reliefs depict bravery of administrator of Hierapolis and consecration as if ranked as a god. High base emboldened with plants. Room like cradle with relief of Medusa on forehead

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Partial relief found adjacent to the Byzantium Door, Frontius Street, Hierapolis sample of sarcophagus put over chamber tombs. High podium. Reliefs depict bravery of administrator of Hierapolis and consecration as if ranked as a god. High base emboldened with plants. Room like cradle with relief of Medusa on forehead

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Left: woman, Roman, 2nd AD; Middle: Hygeia, goddess of health, Roman, 2nd AD; Right: Tyche, goddess of fate, Roman, 2nd AD

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Priestess of Isis, Roman, Laodicea, 2nd AD

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Priestess of Isis, Roman, Laodicea, 2nd AD

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Sarcophagus, Roman, garland of Hippolyto and Flacilla, with inscription: "A remembrance of Hippolyto and Flacilla lying here," Laodicea, 2nd AD

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Likenesses of Hippolyto and Flacilla

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Inscription: "A remembrance of Hippolyto and Flacilla lying here"

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Sarcophagus, Roman, garland of Hippolyto and Flacilla, with inscription: "A remembrance of Hippolyto and Flacilla lying here," Laodicea, 2nd AD

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Sarcophagus, Roman, garland of Hippolyto and Flacilla, with inscription: "A remembrance of Hippolyto and Flacilla lying here," Laodicea, 2nd AD

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Sarcophagus, Roman, garland of Hippolyto and Flacilla, with inscription: "A remembrance of Hippolyto and Flacilla lying here," Laodicea, 2nd AD

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Sarcophagus, Roman, garland of Hippolyto and Flacilla, with inscription: "A remembrance of Hippolyto and Flacilla lying here," Laodicea, 2nd AD

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Sarcophagus, Roman, garland of Hippolyto and Flacilla, with inscription: "A remembrance of Hippolyto and Flacilla lying here," Laodicea, 2nd AD

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Sarcophagus, Roman, garland of Hippolyto and Flacilla, with inscription: "A remembrance of Hippolyto and Flacilla lying here," Laodicea, 2nd AD

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Sarcophagus, Roman, garland of Hippolyto and Flacilla, with inscription: "A remembrance of Hippolyto and Flacilla lying here," Laodicea, 2nd AD

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Sarcophagus, Roman, garland of Hippolyto and Flacilla, with inscription: "A remembrance of Hippolyto and Flacilla lying here," Laodicea, 2nd AD

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Sarcophagus name #1: Euethiou

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Sarcophagus name #2: Purronos

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Sarcophagus name #3: Asi

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Sarcophagus name #4: Archiou

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Sarcophagus with garland, Roman, Laodicea, 2nd AD

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Sarcophagus with garland, Roman, Laodicea, 2nd AD

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Sarcophagus with garland, Roman, Laodicea, 2nd AD

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Sarcophagus with garland, Roman, Laodicea, 2nd AD

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God Dionysius with Pan, Roman, Laodicea, 2nd AD

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Statue of woman, Roman, 2nd AD

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Colossal statue of Hadrian, Hierapolis, 2nd AD

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Colossal statue of Hadrian, Hierapolis, 2nd AD

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Relief of gladiator contests, Roman, northern necropolis of Hierapolis, 3rd AD

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Relief of gladiator contests, Roman, northern necropolis of Hierapolis, 3rd AD

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Relief of gladiator contests, Roman, northern necropolis of Hierapolis, 3rd AD

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Relief of gladiator contests, Roman, northern necropolis of Hierapolis, 3rd AD

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Relief of gladiator contests, Roman, northern necropolis of Hierapolis, 3rd AD

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Relief of gladiator contests, Roman, northern necropolis of Hierapolis, 3rd AD

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Relief of gladiator contests, Roman, northern necropolis of Hierapolis, 3rd AD

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Sarcophagus, Roman, Hierapolis, 3rd AD

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Sarcophagus, Roman, Hierapolis, 3rd AD

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Sarcophagus, Roman, Hierapolis, 3rd AD

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Sarcophagus, Roman, Hierapolis, 3rd AD

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Sarcophagus, Roman, Hierapolis, 3rd AD

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Sarcophagus, Roman, Hierapolis, 3rd AD

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Sarcophagus, Roman, Hierapolis, 3rd AD

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Sarcophagus, Roman, Hierapolis, 3rd AD

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Sarcophagus, Roman, Hierapolis, 2nd AD

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Relief of bull fights (Venationes), Roman, northern acropolis of Hierapolis, 3rd AD

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Relief of bull fights (Venationes), Roman, northern acropolis of Hierapolis, 3rd AD

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Nymphe carrying water cup, Roman, south fortification walls of Hierapolis

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Small sarcophagus, Roman, Laodicea, 3rd AD

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Salon 2: Roman Pottery, 30–330 AD

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Roman Pottery, small items, 1st BC–6th AD

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Display of finds from Denezli excavations, terracotta lamps, etc., 1st AD

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Terracotta items, including flasks

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Terracotta lamps

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Gold diadems

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Gold diadems

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Gold diadems

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Gold diadems

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Gold diadems

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Bronze mirrors

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Archaic and Classical green pottery, 700–400 BC

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Late Bronze Age, 1450–1200 BC

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Middle Bronze Age, 1900–1450 BC

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Early Bronze Age, 3200–1990 BC

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Stamp Seals

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Calcalithic Age, 4500–3200 BC

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Coin case illustrating 7th–2nd BC

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Closeup on 3 coins, unmarked, undated

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Coins of ancient cities, 2nd BC–3rd AD

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Coins, Roman, 1st BC–5th AD

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Closeup on coin with imperial standards

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Coins from the Honaz Hoard, 12th AD

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Salon 3: Theater Findings. Attalos III, King of Pergamum (183–133 BC), bequeathed kingdom peacefully to Rome at death; Hieapolis theater, 2nd AD

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Theater 2nd level skene reliefs, Hades kidnapping Persephone

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Left: Artemis, 2nd AD; Middle: Leto; Right: Apollion Kareios

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Marriage of Zeus and Leto, 2nd AD

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Bath of Apollo, 1st AD

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Aphrodite observing birth of Adonis, 2nd AD

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Mythological War of the Giants and the Gods, 2nd AD

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Myth of flaying of satyr Marsyas for challenging and loosing flute contest with Apollo, 3rd AD

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Inscription recording a decision of the Greek City Assembly of the Province of Asia, Hierapolis Theater, 2nd AD

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Coronation of Hierapolis showing incense altar, Roman, 2nd AD

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Coronation of Hierapolis showing incense altar, Roman, 2nd AD

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Eumenes, the Pergameme king who made Pergamum his capital and founded the city of Hierapolis, 2nd AD

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Sphinx, Roman, 2nd AD

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Triton, 2nd AD

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Statue of theater actor, 2nd AD

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God Hades, 2nd AD