Exciting discoveries in Turkey’s ancient Roman city, Doliche, reveal over 2,000 clay seals showcasing diverse Roman deities. Unearthed in the city archive, these seals, measuring 5 to 20 mm, once secured official documents. The intricate collection, featuring gods, goddesses, and inscriptions, sheds light on Roman cultural affiliations.
Despite a historic fire in 253 AD, the ongoing excavation offers hope in understanding public architecture and the vibrant civic life centered around the grand temple dedicated to Jupiter Dolichenus. A fascinating journey into the past continues to unravel Doliche’s rich tapestry!