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Typallia  

It is located on a steep and rocky hill to the north of the Çitdibi Village, about 30 km from Antalya. It is at the road junction between Trebenna and Kitanaura. Although Spratt and Forbes were the first to visit the ruins, Stephen Mitchell was the first to suggest the name Typpallia, which is confirmed by the inscriptions found at the site. There are very few identifiable structures in the city, which has not yet been excavated. Apart from the acropolis entrance, terrace walls and sarcophagi, the only structure whose function can be determined is a small Roman bath.

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Acropolis hill of Typallia Roman bath Rock tomb on the acropolis hill






References:
Çevik, N. 2021. Lykia Kitabı: Arkeolojisi, Tarihi ve Kültürüyle Batı Antalya, Türk Tarih Kurumu, Ankara.
Özdilek, B. 2014. 'Beydağları Yüzey Araştırması', Mustafa Kemal Üniversitesi Yayınları 51, eds. A. Özfırat-N. Coşkun, 303-349.

Image sources:
B. Özdilek, 2014
Bora Bilgin, 2023
Tayfun Bilgin, 2023



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