Caria
Kaunos and its Marshy Harbour (TIB 8 und TIB 18, F. Hild, 1994)
Caria
A Chapel made of Spolia in the Hekate-Sanctary of Lagina (TIB 18, F. Hild, 2008)
Caria
Byzantine Fortress in the Theater of Milet (TIB 18, F. Hild, 2010)
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TIB 18: Caria

Caria in Southwestern Asia Minor with its center Aphrodisias (in Byzantine times Staurupolis) will be examined by using the established methods of Tabula Imperii Byzantini: the analysis of written sources, local toponyms, archaeological remains, and the physical landscape. The volume will constitute a link with TIB 8, Lycia and Pamphylia, by H. Hellenkemper and F. Hild, with TIB 7, Phrygia and Pisidia, by K. Belke and N. Mersich, and with TIB 17, Asia, by A. Külzer.


Fig. 1 Kaunos and its Marshy Harbour (TIB 8 und TIB 18, F. Hild, 1994)

Fig. 2 A Chapel made of Spolia in the Hekate-Sanctary of Lagina (TIB 18, F. Hild, 2008)

Fig. 3 Byzantine Fortress in the Theater of Milet (TIB 18, F. Hild, 2010)