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Hierapolis


 

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Project direction: Salento University

Field director: Prof. Francesco D’Andria

Participating bodies: MAIER; IBAM-CNR through an agreement stipulated between IBAM and Salento University involving researchers from the Institute for the study of specific research topics: M. P. Caggia (archaeological research of the Byzantine complexes in the sanctuary of the Apostolo Filippo); G. Scardozzi (research on the ancient topography within the urban area and territory of Hierapolis); T. Ismaelli (study of the architectural materials from the Roman monuments); D. Amalfitana (study of the Roman pottery); G. Fragalà (photography); F. Gabellone (virtual reconstructions); G. Quarta (characterisation of the stone materials); G. Leucci, N. Masini, R. Persico (geophysical survey); F. Gizzi (seismic microzonation); The Salento-Lecce University, Milan Cattolica University, Turin Polytechnic University, Venice Cà Foscari University, Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa University, Rome La sapienza University, Messina; Bordeaux University; Oslo University.

Site location: Hierapolis (Pamukkale-Denizili) Turkey

Date of activities: From 2001. The excavations take place each year in the summer season, in the months of July, August, and September.

Brief description: Hierapolis (Pamukkale-Denizili) is situated in the ancient region of Frygia, now south-western Turkey.

The archaeological park of Hierapolis is an area of extraordinary environmental, as well as historical and archaeological interest. The remains of the Hellensitic-Roman and Byzantine city lay within it. It has been the subject of systematic research since 1957, and is particularly famous for the great necropolis, one of the largest and best preserved in Asia Minor, and for several important monumental complexes such as the Theatre, the Large Baths, the Via di Frontino and the Martyrion dell’Apostolo Filippo.

Site typology and date: Hellenistic-Roman and Byzantine city.

Student participants: Yes

Students studying for an archaeology degree, for a specialisation in Archaeological Heritage and post graduate courses at Italian and foreign universities take part in the excavations.

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