Arezastis in Phrygia




The façade, also known as Arezastis  

Yazılıkaya (described rock) is the name of today's village directly below one of the most important Phrygian ruins of Midas City (Turkish: Midas Şehir). The facade of the building is located on the left side of the road to the village of Çukurca, 1.7 km away from Yazılıkaya



The façade from the 6th century B.C. was named "Arezastis" after two words from the inscription: "MATEPAN APEZASTIN".



Photos: @chim, Monika P.    
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