Panamara sanct. (Caria) Bağyaka - Πανάμαρα

Πανάμαρα - Panamara, Hellenistic to Roman Zeus sanctuary in Caria above Bağyaka , Mugla Turkey
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Latitude: 37.267700
Longitude: 28.098900
Confidence: Low

Greek name: Πανάμαρα
Place ID: 373281SPan
Time period: HR
Region: Caria
Country: Turkey
Department: Mugla
Mod: Bağyaka

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Search for inscriptions mentioning Panamara (Παναμα...) in the PHI Epigraphy database.

Modern Description: Site in Caria 25 km W of Mugla, a dependency of Stratonikeia and home of the important sanctuary of Zeus Panamaros. Apart from a visit by Philip V, the sanctuary makes one appearance in history; when Labienus in 40 B.C. failed to capture Stratonikeia, he made an attack on Panamara, but was foiled by the miraculous intervention of the deity (inscription at PHI, context at Dio Cass. 48.26).
The site, on a hill above Bagyaka, comprises a rectangular enclosure ca. 100 m square, with a powerful wall of which some 80 m is preserved at the W angle. A smaller enclosure at the summit contained the sanctuary itself, but the buildings within are utterly ruined, and the temples of Zeus and Hera have not been identified. A ruined building some 20 m long in one corner is also of unknown purpose. The principal festivals celebrated at Panamara were the Panamareia, the Komyria, and the Heraia. (G. E. BEAN)

Info: Princeton Encyclopedia

(Princeton Encyclopedia of Classical Sites, from Perseus Project)


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