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Side Museum

Side Museum
Side Museum is in the town of Side 8km from Manavgat and was originally an ancient agora baths dating from 5th and 6th centuries AD that after restoration works in 1960/61 was converted into a museum.

Artefacts at the Side Museum

Most of the artefacts on show are from ruins discovered in excavations in Side by Prof. Dr. Arif Mufid Mansal from 1947 and 1967. These date from Roman, Hellenistic and Byzantine periods and include inscriptions, weapon embossing work, sculptures from the Roman era (but copies of Greek originals) such as torsos, temples, tomb steles, portraits, ostotecs and column pedestals.

Sections of the Museum

Hall Number 1 (Fridigarium)

On exhibit here are basalt craters from the Late Hittite era, weapon embossing work from Hellenistic times, sun-dials and temples from the Roman period.

Hall Number 2 (Sudatorium)

Here you will find exhibits of torsos from the Roman period.

Hall Number 3 (Caldarium)

In here are Hellenistic inscriptions, Roman amphora, Heracles, Three Graces, Nike sculptures and embossing arts.

Hall Number 4 (Tepidarium)

Here there are Roman tombs, Hermes, Hygieia, Athena, Nike and Apollo sculptures, torsos and portraits.
 
There are many other architectural remains on show that date from Hellenistic and Roman periods.

 

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