In the 2nd and 3rd centuries AD the Iscehisar quarries developed as an important source of white marble for sarcophagus producers in this region. These high-end sarcophagi, often decorated with elaborate columnar schemes, were exported across Asia Minor and even to the Levant and Italy. More
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