The history of Lagina  





Lagina was an ancient place in Caria, which had an important shrine of the Hecate. It was located at today's Turgut, 15 kilometers northwest of Yatağan in the Turkish province of Muğla. Lagina belonged to the territory of Stratonikeia, to which it was connected by a processional road. The temple dates from the last third of the 2nd century BC. 34 relief plates of the truss frieze are now in the Istanbul Archaeological Museum.

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