Termera (Caria) 10 Asarlık - Τερμερα

Τερμερα - Termera, Classical to Hellenistic settlement in Caria (Aegean Turkey)
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Modern description Archaeological Atlas of the Aegean

A SubMycenaean cemetery (11th century BC) which continued in use during the Early Iron Age. Near Assarlik on a hill above Ceşmebaşi (Asat). Termera, the most important Lelegian city before the founding of Myndus, took part in the synoecism of Halicarnassus. In the 6th and 5th centuries BC it was governed by a family of tyrants called 'Temnes'. An acropolis with ruined buildings and part of the outer fortification enceinte in which an arched gateway is also preserved.

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