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When approaching Hierapolis from the north you pass through the necropolis, past the Roamn bath and into the city proper through the Arch of Domitian (see WORKSHOP), a triple arch flanked by two robust cylindrical towers constructed by Julius Frontinus, the proconsul of the Asian Provinces between A.D. 84 and 86. Frontinus Street commences here and on the left is the public latrine (toilet block) which has been faithfully restored. It consists of two rows of facilities and had running water bring fresh water into facility to wash your hands and then washing the waste away through the sewer.

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Viewed: 1975
Points: 10
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Additional Photos by Chris Chafer (sandpiper) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 767 W: 87 N: 1198] (6788)
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