Aphrodisias Museum & Archaeology Site Turkey - Pictures & Images of - { 4 galleries }

Pictures of the art, artefacts & antiquities of Aphrodisias Museum, Turkey. Originally found any the Ancient Greeks as a city of Magna Grecia, Aphrodisias was dedicated to the goddess Aphrodite (Roman Venus). The city grew to become an important Greek and later a Roman city. Aphrodisias was built near a marble quarry that was extensively exploited in the Hellenistic and Roman periods, and sculpture in marble from Aphrodisias became famous in the Roman world. Many examples of statuary have been unearthed in Aphrodisias, and some representations of the Aphrodite of Aphrodisias also survive from other parts of the Roman world. The Aphrodisias Museum houses the almost complete Roman bas relief frieze from the temple of Aphrodite. The highly accomplished bas relief depicting scenes from Roman mythology. The Aphrodisias Museum also houses Roman statues and Sarcophagi to complete its important collection. Our pictures of the Aphrodisias Museum exhibits are exclusive to Funkystock Photo Library and can be dowloaded as stock photos or bought as prints on line (Property Rights The Trustees of the Aphrodisias Museum)

Location Geyre, Aydın Province, Turkey
Coordinates 37°42′30″N 28°43′25″E

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