Blaundos overview
Region Anatolia
Latitude 38.35704615 N suggest info
Longitude 29.20854901 E
Status Accurate location
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38.357046, 29.208549 === 38.357046 N, 29.208549 E === 38° 21' 25.4" N, 29° 12' 30.8" E
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Ancient-Greece.org
This is a collection of images, thoughts, and resources about Ancient Greece. This site does not aspire to be a definitive and finite publication on the subject. Instead it exists in constant flux and evolves through time.
Thomas Sakoulas
Professor and Chair of the Art Department at the State University of New York, at Oneonta.
University of Michigan/University of Minnesota
Excavation of Kedesh.
Archaeology and the Cities in Asia Ainor in Late Antiquity
The city was the fundamental social institution of Greek and Roman culture. More than the sack of Rome, the abandonment of provincial towns throughout the Mediterranean world in Late Antiquity (300 C.E. - 700 C.E.) marks the beginning of the Middle Ages. This symposium examines archaeological evidence for this last phase of urban life in western Asia Minor, one of the Roman empire’s most prosperous regions. Co-sponsored by the German Archaeological Institute, it brings together an international group of scholars working on topics ranging from the urban development of Constantinople to the depopulation of the countryside in early Byzantine times.
Web Blaundos at Archaeology and the Cities in Asia Ainor in Late Antiquity
Blaundos at Wikipedia
Nearest sites Tripolis, circa 42 km (26.1 mi) south-west
Beycesultan, circa 44.4 km (27.6 mi) east
Hierapolis, circa 48.4 km (30.1 mi) south
Laodicea, Rhoas, Diospolis, Denizli, circa 58.6 km (36.4 mi) south
Philadelphia, Alaseir, circa 60 km (37.3 mi) west
Colossae, circa 63.5 km (39.5 mi) south
Aphrodisias, circa 83.7 km (52 mi) south-west
Apameia, Apamea Cibotus, Apamea ad Maeandrum, circa 90 km (55.9 mi) east
Aizanoi, circa 100.2 km (62.2 mi) north-east
Sardis, circa 102.9 km (63.9 mi) west
Sardis Temple of Artemis, circa 103.5 km (64.3 mi) west
Burial mound of Alyattes, circa 104.1 km (64.7 mi) west
Nysa, circa 105.8 km (65.7 mi) south-west
Tabea, Tabai, circa 107.7 km (66.9 mi) south
Tralleis, Anthea, Euanthia, Antiochia, "Seleucia ad Maeandrum, Erynina, Aydin, circa 132.3 km (82.2 mi) west
Seleucia Sidera, Claudioseleucia, Selef, circa 133.7 km (83.1 mi) east
Thyatira, circa 134.3 km (83.4 mi) north-west
Kibyra, circa 135.4 km (84.1 mi) south
Alabanda, circa 136.8 km (85 mi) south-west
Sagalassos, circa 137.5 km (85.4 mi) south-east
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Database ID 23594, created 28 Sep 2014, 14:37, Last changed 28 Sep 2014, 14:37