Ancient architecture dating prior to approximately 500 AD
Archaeological Discoveries at Sagalassos (Visit the Getty)
The Antonine Nymphaeum (foreground), a monumental fountain located on the north side of the ancient city of Sagalassos, Turkey, was built during the reign of Marcus Aurelius (AD 161–180) and was one of the most elaborate structures of the city.
Fountain, c. 160-180 AD: Sagalassos in Turkey was part of the Imperial Roman Empire. During the Hellenistic period, it was a major town with land highly suitable to agriculture. Evidence shows the area was populated as early as the 14th century BC.