Explore Ancient City of Cyaneae

Explore Ancient City of Cyaneae

About Explore Ancient City of Cyaneae

Cyaneae is an ancient city located in the province of Cilicia, in southern Turkey. The city is situated on a hill overlooking the Ceyhan River. Cyaneae was founded by the Seleucid king Antiochus IV Epiphanes in the late 2nd century BC. The city was named after his wife, Queen Cyane. Cyaneae was a major city in the region and a center of pagan worship. The city was destroyed by the Romans in the mid-1st century BC. The city was rebuilt by the Romans in the late 1st century AD. Cyaneae was a major center of Roman culture in the region. The city was destroyed by the Arabs in the mid-7th century AD. The city was rebuilt by the Arabs in the late 8th century AD. Cyaneae was a major center of Arab culture in the region. The city was destroyed by the Byzantines in the late 10th century AD. The city was rebuilt by the Byzantines in the late 11th century AD. Cyaneae was a major center of Byzantine culture in the region. The city was destroyed by the Seljuks in the mid-12th century AD. The city was rebuilt by the Seljuks in the late 12th century AD. Cyaneae was a major center of Seljuk culture in the region. The city was destroyed by the Mongols in the late 13th century AD. The city was rebuilt by the Mongols in the late 14th century AD. Cyaneae was a major center of Mongol culture in the region. The city was destroyed by the Mamluks in the mid-15th century AD. The city was rebuilt by the Mamluks in the late 15th century AD. Cyaneae was a major center of Mamluk culture in the region. The city was destroyed by the Ottomans in
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