Decimal degrees: 37.980527N, 38.741204 E; WGS84.
UTM: 37S, 477272(e), 4203686(n); WGS84.
Modern Name: Nemrut Dağı
A massive pebble tumulus built on top of a natural hill, which is believed to be the burial tumulus of Antiochus I of the post-Seleucid kingdom of Commagene. The monument is flanked by giant statues of gods, mythical creatures and perhaps Antiochus himself.
Confidence: 0 = Unassessed, position may be unknown. Suggest co-ordinate ->



  Site Condition, Preservation and Accessibility
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How to cite this page: 'OpenAtlas Site Information: Nemrut', ArchAtlas, Version 4.1,, Accessed: 22 February 2019