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Frontinus Street was the main thoroughfare that ran through ancient Hierapolis, the famous Roman spa-city of Phrygia. To enter the city, one would pass through acres of necropolis, graves of the sick who had come here before you hoping to be cured from their ailments in the hot springs or at one of the many places of worship. After passing through the Arch of Domitian, one may make their way up to the Temple of Apollo, where, like at Delphi, you could hope to hear the the prophetic utterances of “high” priests, intoxicated with the gases of the mountain.

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