Olympos is located on the eastern coast of Lycia, one of the ancient regions of Western Anatolia. It was one of the principal cities in the Lycian League, along with five others, and entitled to three votes. Archaeological excavations and surveys that started in 1998 and continued until today have unearthed much scientific data that illuminate the unknowns of the city and increase our knowledge of the Hellenistic, Roman and Byzantine periods of Olympos. Particular examples of archaeological
and epigraphic data, which will most contribute to the debate regarding the localization of Olympos in Lycia, will be discussed in this article.
|Teşekkür||Prof. Dr. Bedia Yelda Uçkan, a faculty member at Anadolu University, is the head of the Olympos excavations and surveys. A large team is involved in the ongoing studies. The outcome presented in this article is based on the results of the dedicated efforts of the whole team. Therefore, the proposal presented herein should be regarded as the work of all members of the Olympos team. We express our appreciation to our excavation director and fellow team members.|
|Yayımlanma Tarihi||15 Kasım 2020|
|Yayınlandığı Sayı||Yıl 2020 Sayı: 23|
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