Perga

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Perga

(pûr`gə), ancient city of Pamphylia, S Asia Minor, 10 mi (16 km) NE of the modern Antalya, Turkey. It was the seat of an Asian nature goddess. St. Paul came here on his first journey (Acts 14.25). The ruins of Perga include a theater and a stadium.
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This seems particularly important for families who rely on a single main asset, as it is the case of livestock in rural Bolivia, for which the evidence of "poverty trap" is robust (McKay and Perge, 2013).
Or take a trip to the well-preserved Roman city of Perge, and the Aspendos open-air stone theatre.
En base a la interpretacion que hacen de la dedicatoria Numini Augusto sacrum de la fachada septentrional, y apoyandose en el programa iconografico de los Arcos de Perge y Verecunda, estos autores proponen la existencia de dos series de estatuas, una por cada cara del monumento, que incluian, a su juicio, las imagenes de Augusto, Claudio, Vespasiano, Tito y Domiciano (60).
por Apolonio de Perge y por Hipatia de Alejandria en el 400 a.C.: el circulo, la elipse, la parabola y la hiperbola.
If you want to delve into local history, stroll around the ruins of the Roman town of Perge, step back in time at the ancient amphitheatre at Aspendos or visit the impressive Belek mosque.
Visitors can enjoy the many hotels in the coastal resort towns of Alanya, Side, Belek, Kas and Kalkan, or take a trip to Perge, Aspendos, Termesoss or the Duden Waterfalls.
Perge iam, uideamus quid hinc conficias (Augustine, De libero arbitrio 1.12.25, ed.
"The Military Edict of Anastasius from Perge: A Preliminary Report", in Le metier de soldat dans le monde romain, Lyon, ed.
"Chara Deo suboles, frater uenerande Philippi, 100 Exequere hoc facinus, tanta ad certamina perge, Incumbe ad laudes, ad magnos surge triumphos.
Perge et al., "The ratio of the neutrophil leucocytes to the lymphocytes predicts the outcome after cardiac resynchronization therapy," Europace, 2015.
While 103,000 visited the Perge archeological site in 2014, the number came down to 44,000 in 2015.
Archaeology lovers will never tire of visiting nearby ancient sites such as Perge, Side, Olimpos and the ruined city of Termessos.