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Abstract


SALVAGE EXCAVATIONS AT THE NECROPOLIS OF APOLLONIA IN 2016-2017 AN ANALYSIS ON GRAVE TYPES
Salvage excavations at the Necropolis of ancient city of Apollonia, which is located in Gölyazı neighbourhood at district of Nilüfer in the city of Bursa today, and on the southern border of Bithynia and Mysia regions according to ancient geography, took place in 2016 and 2017 because of the increased illicit excavations. 9 different types of graves are identified from 27 graves which were unearthed through the excavations. In this article, the terminology we suggested for the types of graves detected in Apollonia will be discussed with new updates. Another point we would like to draw attention to be the name of the city of Apollonia. Apollonia is known as Apollonia ad Rhyndacum in the literature. “ad Rhyndacum” means near the Rhyndacum, and this stream (known as Kocasu/Orhaneli Stream today) feeds Lake Apolyont/Uluabat. However, the Rhyndacum/Kocasu Stream flows into the lake about 15 km southwest of the city. In other words, Apollonia, which is located in modern Gölyazı, has no direct relationship with Rhyndacum / Kocasu.

Keywords
Apollonia ad Rhyndacum, Bithynia, burial traditions, grave types, grave terminology, necropolis.



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