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ISINDA (Belenli) Turkey.

Site in Lycia 6 km NE of Kaş, not mentioned by the ancient writers and known only from inscriptions as a minor member of a sympolity under Aperlai. The site is on a hill ca. 90 m above the village; the masonry of the ring wall is of poor quality and much repaired. On the summit are remains of buildings, including a stoa with steps and projecting wings, and many large worked blocks. The tombs include three rock tombs with Lycian inscriptions and a pillar tomb with reliefs.


R. Heberdey & E. Kalinka, Bericht über zwei Reisen (1896) 30-32.


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