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THE HOUSE OF THE LYCIAN ACROPOLIS AT XANTHOS

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This article discusses the material remains of structures on the Lycian Acropolis in Xanthos. They were formerly interpreted as religious monuments, but it is now clear that they derived from a late antique domus. This grand residence was replete with numerous reception suites and courtyards and was accessed from a street leading from the agora. Its rooms were organised around a grand central courtyard, arrayed on five levels, and lavishly decorated with fountains and marble and mosaic floors. Looming over Xanthos, the House of the Lycian Acropolis represented a symbol of power and status, reinforcing an impression that the city of Xanthos flourished during Late Antiquity.

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2006-01-01
2016-12-07

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