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- million tourists p****ed through the city in 2019. The city was founded as "Attaleia" (Ancient Gr****: Ἀττάλεια), named after its founder Attalos II, king of...
- Retrieved 2017-07-07. followinghadrian (2013-04-20). "Hadrian goes to Attaleiaimages from Hadrian's Gate at Antalya". FOLLOWING HADRIAN. Retrieved...
- preserved by Oribasius. Galen gives the following report: Athenaeus of Attaleia ... founded the medical school known as the Pneumatists. It suits his doctrine...
- archaeological site in southwestern Turkey, about 100 km north of Antalya (ancient Attaleia), and 30 km from Burdur and Isparta. The ancient ruins of Sagal****os are...
- and stopped over only when he needed to get food or water. He reached Attaleia (Antalya) in Pamphylia, where some warships from Cilicia had been ****embled...
- Asia Minor. In 1119, the Seljuqs had cut the land route to the city of Attaleia on the southern coast of Anatolia. John II and Axouch the Grand Domestic...
- Asia Minor built on a steep hillside about 50 kilometres inland from Attaleia (modern Antalya). The town was founded in the ****enistic period in the...
- the foot of Mount Ida, which was named after his adoptive father, and Attaleia, in the east, to the northeast of Thyatira near the sources of the river...
- Attalea or Attaleia (Ancient Gr****: Ἀττάλεια) was a Roman city of ancient Lydia, former diocese and is presently a Latin Catholic titular bishopric. Its...
- Sozopolis in 1120, improving Byzantine communications with the city of Attaleia. After re-conquering the city of Laodicea from a Seljuq Turkish garrison...