Der südliche Temenosbezirk in hellenistischer und frührömischer Zeit
For 120 years, Pergamon has been the largest and richest site excavated by the German Archaeological Institute. Following the sensational discovery of the Pergamon Altar in the 1870s, this antique metropolis in Asia Minor has been systematically uncovered. The present Altertümer von Pergamon series contains the definitive results of the excavations, going far beyond the provisional accounts previously published in the preliminary reports. The volumes are published on an irregular basis and deal mainly with the buildings and architectural complexes, together with the individual finds from within them. In addition, the series presents the final version of the inscriptions from Pergamon. Genre questions and other individual topics relating to Pergamon are dealt with in the companion series, Pergamenische Forschungen.