ANTIOCHEIA AD CRAGUM
Site in Cilicia Aspera, 18 km SE of Gazipaşa, identified by the ancient authorities as E of Selinos.
The city has no history. The ruins stand on the crest
of a steep slope, some 300 m above the sea, and the
principal feature is a long main street running E-W, lined
with numerous statue bases. At its E end is a gateway
still in fair condition; at the W end the street bends S
to a knoll which may have formed the acropolis. In the
NE part of the site are the collapsed ruins of a marble
temple, on the walls of which was inscribed a dice oracle
of unfamiliar content. On the shore below are the remains of a landing-place, a gate, and a small fort, and
there are numerous tombs on the hillside.
R. Heberdey & A. Wilhelm, Reisen in
(1896) 152f; G. E. Bean & T. B. Mitford,
Journeys in Rough Cilicia in 1962 and 1963
G. E. BEAN