• Caria - Wikipedia

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Caria Caria (/ ˈ k ɛər i ə /; from Greek: Καρία, Karia, Turkish: Karya) was a region of western Anatolia extending along the coast from mid-Ionia south to Lycia and east to Phrygia. The Ionian and Dorian Greeks colonized the west of it and joined the Carian population in forming Greek-dominated states there. The inhabitants of Caria, known as Carians, had arrived there before the Ionian and ...
  • Caria | ancient district, Anatolia | Britannica

    www.britannica.com/place/Caria Caria, ancient district of southwestern Anatolia. One of the most thoroughly Hellenized districts, its territory included Greek cities along its Aegean shore and a mountainous interior bounded by Lydia in the north and by Phrygia and Lycia in the east. The non-Greek Carians of the interior
  • Ancient Caria | All About Turkey

    www.allaboutturkey.com/caria.html Ancient Caria. Home; History; Caria; In ancient times the coast and the hinterland of Asia Minor were divided into provinces that owed their origins to the indigenous population or to peoples who colonized it from other areas. In many cases it is difficult to determine whether an area was so named from the indigenous population or colonists, or ...
  • Ancient Caria | History > Dalyan Guide >> Volkan's Adventures

    www.volkansadventures.com/history/ancient-caria Karia or Caria is the ancient name for a geographical region in south west Anatolia that includes the south of the River Meander (Büyük Menderes), inland and north parts of Menteşe. It was established before old Greek tribes started colonising the Aegean. The historians agree that Carians are Anatolian indigenous. According to Herodotus, the name. . .
  • Ancient Caria | Time Stops Mugla

    www.timestopsmugla.com/en/ancient-caria ancient caria Karia or Caria is the ancient name for a geographical region in south west Anatolia that includes the south of the River Meander (Büyük Menderes), inland and north parts of Menteşe. It was established before old Greek tribes started colonising the Aegean.
  • Caria - Livius

    www.livius.org/articles/place/caria Early history Map of Caria. Caria and the Carians are mentioned for the first time in the cuneiform texts of the Old Assyrian and Hittite Empires, i.e., between c.1800 and c.1200.The country was called Karkissa.The people are absent from the Egyptian texts of this age.
  • 10 Hidden Ancient Treasures in Caria, Turkey - Ancient ...

    www.ancient.eu/article/1326/10-hidden-ancient-treasures-in-caria-turkey Caria is the name given during ancient times to the southwestern region of Anatolia’s Aegean shore in Asia Minor, present-day Turkey.Caria’s neighbours included Ionia in the north and Lycia in the east whereas nowadays it mostly covers the Muğla province. Its inhabitants were the Carians and the Leleges (the descendants of the Carians).
  • Side (Caria) - Wikipedia

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Side_(Caria) Side (Ancient Greek: Σίδη). also known as Sibde (Σίβδη), was a town of ancient Caria.According to Pliny the Elder, Alexander the Great united in Halicarnassus six cities by synoecism, including Side, next to Theangela, Medmasa, Uranium, Pedasa and Telmissus. Strabo, however, points out that this synoecism would have been carried out earlier, during the reign of Mausolus (c. 370 BCE).
  • The Hellenistic Agora of Alinda, Caria (Illustration ...

    www.ancient.eu/image/3916/the-hellenistic-agora-of-alinda-caria Alinda was an ancient city of Caria in Anatolia (now western Turkey).It was situated on a hilltop overlooking a fertile plain and was an important commercial city minting its own coins from the 3rd century BCE.
  • Evidence of Sophisticated, Ancient, Unknown Cultures in ...

    s8int.com/page39.html Evidence of Sophisticated, Ancient, Unknown Cultures in Italy Near Caria The New Ica?....Page 39 . Caria Woman. Unknown dress and unknown script at bottom of statue.