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Phrygian Rock Relief of Midas Town, Phrygia, Turkey

Midas Town is somewhere in the Anatolian lonelyness. There are just a few small villages around and the one next to it is Yazilikaya, that means "Rock with Inscriptions". The monument is from Phrygian times (around 700 BC), dedicated to the godess Kybele. The inscription in Phrygian alphabet mentions Mida. That's why it was thought that this is the grave of the famous Phrygian King Midas. Later researches discovered that Mida is another name of Kybele.

Copyright: Heiner Straesser Der Panoramafotograf.Com
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 14868x7434
Taken: 13/08/2010
Uploaded: 08/12/2015


Tags: phrygia; anatolia; turkey; history; archaeology; stone carving; grave; culture
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