Adana Archaeology Museum is 97 km (60 mile) far to Adana centurum. At the entrance of the museum is a gateway Lion from the Hittite period and two Augustus Statues from Silifke / Taşucu and Uzunburç. The exhibits include sarcophagi with rich garland decorations, jugs, catapult shots, inscriptions, altars and various architectural elements.Adana Archaeology Museum III.jpg
The ground floor is the hall of stone artifacts cut. A marble sarcophagus representation of the Trojan wars in high relief from Tarsus and is known as Akhilleus sarcophagus. There is also a sarcophagus with a Medusa from the ancient city of Augusta, which was submerged because of the Seyhan Dam, and a human Karataş size bronze statue of the ancient city in Magarsus Karataş, both of which are considered the most pieces in the vernacular of this hall.
In the Hall of Chronological Objects, a variety of findings from the early days of the Ottoman periods are displayed, including offerings, pottery, oil lamps, gods, goddesses and animal figures. The mosaic of Orpheus Playing the Lyre, Tepebağ discovered in the city is also in this hall.
In the hall of Regional Objects, Works from the Adana own collection obtained from the excavations and through purchases on display. Glass object samples with rich forms, Seljuk tiles and seals from different cultures are also shown.
In the Hall of coins, seals and jewelry, will be issued beginning with the Lydians, who were the first to discover for coins, jewelry and treasures buried in the districts of Adana.

Open daily between 08:30-17:00 except Mondays.
Address: Reşatbey Mah, Fuzuli Cd No:10, Gazipaşa – Adana
Phone: +90.322 454 3855
Admission: 5 TL


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