• Alabanda - Wikipedia

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alabanda Alabanda (Ancient Greek: Ἀλάβανδα) or Antiochia of the Chrysaorians was a city of ancient Caria, Anatolia, the site of which is near Doğanyurt, Çine, Aydın Province, Turkey.. The city is located in the saddle between two heights. The area is noted for its dark marble and for gemstones that resembled garnets. Stephanus of Byzantium claims that there were two cities named Alabanda ...
  • Alabanda - Livius

    www.livius.org/articles/place/alabanda Alabanda later prospered under Roman rule. The site. The ancient city walls surrounded an area of 4-5 square kilometers. Sections of the Hellenistic wall, with towers, can still be seen. The scant remains of the agora (112 x 72 meters) have been identified; just north of it is the rectangular bouleuterion (22 x 35 meters), beyond which the main ...
  • Alabanda, a capital of Roman Conventus. History and coinage.

    www.aeternitas-numismatics.com/single-post/Alabanda-History-and-coinage Alabanda suspends the minting of tetradrachms for some years, perhaps as a result of the political-economic convulsions caused by the imminence and subsequent explosion of the conflict between Antiochus III and the Roman-Pergamene alliance. The activity returns in 173 BC in the form of a large series of conventional type tetradrachms with a ...
  • Alabanda: scenic pastures & hidden chamber tombs! • 2020

    slowtravelguide.com/alabanda-turkey Alabanda was founded in the 4th century BC and already an important settlement in the second millennium BC. Legend has it that the ‘current’ name Alabanda is derived from the combination of the Carian words for horse (ala), and victory (banda).
  • Alabanda - Asia Minor Coins - Photo Gallery

    www.asiaminorcoins.com/gallery/thumbnails.php Alabanda was situated in northern Caria on the river Marsyas, about 30 km from its confluence with the Maeander. The first coins known for the city are the issues struck in the name of Antiocheia in honour of Antiochus III of Syria, during his attempt to recover Asia Minor in the early 2nd century (cf. Houghton, SC p. 352).
  • Alabanda coat of arms - Wikipedia

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alabanda_coat_of_arms Alabanda, Azulewicz, Frezer, Fryzer, Koproski, Koprowski Alabanda is a Polish nobility coat of arms, used by several szlachta families in the times of the Kingdom of Poland. History. According to a legend the Alabanda coat of arms comes from the times of the Piast dynasty in the ...
  • Alabanda – following hadrian photography

    followinghadrianphotography.com/2016/05/01/alabanda Alabanda, located about 7 kilometres west of the present town of Çine in the Aydin province, was founded in the 4th century BC. The city was said to derive its name from the hero Alabandus, who allegedly got his name after winning a horse race. Alabanda is a combination of the Carian words ala (meaning…
  • The Princeton Encyclopedia of Classical Sites, ALABANDA ...

    www.perseus.tufts.edu/hopper/text Herodotos describes Alabanda in one case as in Caria, in the other as in Phrygia, but there is no doubt that the same city is meant. Stephanos' second city of Alabanda in Caria can never have existed. Late in the 3d c. Alabanda was colonized by the Seleucids and took the name of “Antiocheia of the Chrysaorians” in honor of Antiochos III.
  • Main Page – Alabanda Turizm

    www.alabanda.com.tr/main-page Alabanda is an authorized agency for all domestic and international flight and lodging suppliers and provides the most appropriate routes and rates of all international air, rail, bus and steamship carriers’ tickets. All travel related services are also available and Alabanda is an experienced “Event Management Company”.
  • ‫مسرحية الابندا - Masrahiyat Alabanda‬‎ - YouTube

    www.youtube.com/watch تدور احداث المسرحية فى قالب غنائى كوميدى فى حى شعبى يوجد به رمزى الذي يؤلف مسرحية ويحاول تقديمها الى اهل حيه ...