Iasos ancient city - Stock image

Aegean Turkey, Anatolia, Asia, Famous Place, Mugla Province

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Stock photo ID:176773909
Upload date:August 15, 2013

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'Iasos or Iassos was a city in Caria located on the Gulf of Iasos (now called the Gulf of GAllAk), opposite the modern town of GAllAk, Turkey.Ancient historians consider Iasos a colonial foundation of Argos, but archaeology shows a much longer history. Iasos was a member of the Delian League and was involved in the Peloponnesian War. It became part of the Hecatomnid satrapy in the 4th century and was conquered by Alexander. With the rest of Caria, it became Roman in 125 BC. It seems to have been abandoned in about the 15th-16th century AD.'
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