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Faustina Thermen in Milet
Turkey

Die Faustina-Thermen in Milet stammen aus der römischen Kaiserzeit und wurden mehrere Jahrhunderte lang benutzt. Bereits in griechischer Zeit besaß Milet eine überregionale Bedeutung. Der Hafen war ein wichtiger Umschlagplatz für den Handel mit dem Orient. Mit der Verlandung des Hafens schwand auch die Bedeutung der Stadt.

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Hochgeladen: 30/09/2009
Aktualisiert: 29/05/2014
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Tags: milet; thermal bath; archaeology; excavation
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