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Ada Carian princess is known for the city of Alinda near modern

Ada Carian princess is known for the city of Alinda near modern

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Ada, Carian princess is known for the city of Alinda, near modern Karpuzlu,

Alinda, market building

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Alinda, market building

The ruins of the Ephebeion (where the Ephebes would receive instruction on Greek culture)

Note the huge Split Rock in the background which may have been the inspiration for the

The ruins of the Hellenistic three-storey Agora of Alinda.

Alinda, hellenistic tower

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The Hadrianic Baths at Aphrodisias, Caria (Turkey)

The Bouleuterion of Iassos, dated to around the end of the 1st century AD.

Photo of a 15th century map showing Caria.

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I was made aware of this word when searching for more background information about the statuettes of Bactrian princesses or goddesses at the Louvre Museum .

Marble figure, perhaps an acroterion, of winged Nike in flight, her garment billowing

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Alinda, city wall. Aqueduct

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The ruins of the early 2nd century BC theatre, Alinda, Caria, Turkey

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The 45 meter section of the Roman aqueduct of Alinda with 4 remaining arches.

The Temple of Aphrodite, built in the Ionic order in stages during the Roman period

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Tiara of Ada, Princess, last ruler of Caria and sister of Mausolus, circa

Alinda, city wall

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The ruins of the Mausoleum of Halicarnassus, constructed for King Mausolus during the mid-

Artemisia I of Caria (fl. 480 BCE) was queen of Halicarnassus, a city of Dorian Greeks and Carians in the Achaemenid satrapy of Caria and of the nearby ...

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City of Sagalassos, Taurus Mountains, Turkey

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... which are visible near modern Solanto, are clearly from Roman times although Soluntum's origin seems to go back to the 7th century BC.

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This siege was directed against Miletus, a city in southern Ionia, which is now located in the Aydin province of modern-day Turkey.

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