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The Hadrianic Olympian Baths at Aphrodisias: layout, operation, and financing

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The Hadrianic Baths are the largest set of public baths in Aphrodisias, occupying a prime site in the center of the city on the west side of the pre-existing so-called South Agora, whose western portico was modified to accommodate the bath complex. The inscriptions recording their construction show that the baths were dedicated to Aphrodite and the Emperor Hadrian, hence their designation in the modern literature as the Hadrianic Baths, but it is clear from late antique inscriptions that they...

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University of Oxford
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HUMS
Department:
Classics Faculty
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Publisher:
Journal of Roman Archaeology
Host title:
Aphrodisias Papers 5: Excavation and Research at Aphrodisias, 2006–2012
Series:
Journal of Roman Archaeology Supplementary Series
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pubs:519315
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uuid:6c0c643a-ce91-40b9-8b89-02b8b48f22df
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519315
Deposit date:
2015-04-28

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