Pamukkale

Small Works Hall: In this hall the BC. IV. Small finds have been exhibited since many thousand years. These artifacts are exhibited according to a particular chronology and consist of works from many archaeological sites in Denizli and its environs. In this hall, the artifacts from the Beycesultan Hˆy¸k excavation, which gave good examples of ancient civilization, are of particular importance. The artifacts of the British Archaeological Institute during the excavations between 1954-1959 were terracotta tests, ceremonial vessels and stone artifacts. In other parts of the hall, terracotta oil lamps, votive vessels, glass vessels, necklaces, metal jewelery (rings, earrings, bracelets, etc.) belonging to Phrygian, Hellenistic, Roman and Byzantine periods are exhibited. In addition, coins exhibited in chronological order are the most important works of this hall. First coin of the coin was BC. VI. It is possible to see examples of gold, silver and bronze coins belonging to Hellenistic, Roman, Byzantine, Seljuk and Ottoman periods.

Hierapolis Theater Finds Hall: Many of the works that decorate the stage building of Hierapolis Theater were restored and exhibited in this hall of the museum. Some of the stage reliefs were placed in the place (Insu) and some of them were taken in the stage building instead of in the form of a mock-up. Works in this hall; The mythological reliefs of Apollo and Artemis, the funniest regiments of Dionysus and the coronation of Roman Emperor Septimus Severus, the abduction of Persephone into the underground by Hades, the statues of Apollon, Leto, Artemis, Hades, the sphinxes, Attalos and Eumenes' bust statues and architectural relief examples are included. In addition, the city's goddess (Hierapolis) 's coronation ceremony and theater and the inscriptions indicating the decisions of the council are important works.