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INCIRLIHAN Pisidia, Turkey.

About 5 km W of Bucak. References by Diodoros (18.44, 47) and Polybios (5.72) show that Kretopolis must have been in this neighborhood, but it is doubtful that the remains at Incirlihan are sufficient to represent a city. Travelers have noted only a large building, various scattered fragments, and a votive dedication to Demeter; few or no sherds. It has been suggested that Kretopolis was identical with the city of the Keraitai.


K. Ritter, Die Erd kunde . . . XIX (1859) 706; H. Rott, Kleinasiatische Denkmäler (1908) 21, 360; G. E. Bean, AnatSt 10 (1960) 52-53; A.H.M. Jones, The Cities of the Eastern Roman Provinces (2d ed. 1971) 125.


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