Two of the four surviving columns placed next to the burial mound constructed by Commagene King Mithridates II ( r 38 -20 BC ) as the resting place for his mother Isias.
At the highest point on the skyline is Nemrut Dağı, the mountain-top tomb-sanctuary constructed by Mithridates's father Antiochus I in the 1st century BC.
View to the north-east.
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2 June 1982
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