Title: Imperial Hall, State Agora, Side, Pamphylia, Turkey
WorkType: halls (buildings)
Identifier: olvsite44078
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Imperial Hall, State Agora, Side, Pamphylia, Turkey
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Title:  Imperial Hall, State Agora, Side, Pamphylia, Turkey
Work Type:  halls (buildings)
Date:  -27-300
Associated Name:  Nemesis (Greek goddess), subject
Topics:  niches; Corinthian capitals; palaces
Style/Period:  Imperial (Roman); Greco-Roman
Nationality/Culture:  Roman; Greco-Roman
Materials/Techniques:  marble
stone
Note:  General: This elaborately ornamented three-room structure occupies the eastern end of the State Agora. A number of statues now in the Side museum were found here during excavations; one of these, a statue of Nemesis, has been left in situ to illustrate the original decorative style.
Location:  site: Side, Pamphylia, Turkey

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Title:  Niche at south end, upper portion
Creator:  Koester, Helmut (1926-), photographer
Associated Name:  Research Team for New Testament and Archaeology (1970-)
Note:  Note-General: 35mm slide
Repository:  Andover-Harvard Theological Library, Harvard Divinity School
Record Identifier: olvsite44078


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