After the reign of Midas, and more a part of the land occupied by the Galatians

Ancient settlements of Midas, Ayazini, Aslantas, Yazılıkaya, Gordion, Pazarlı Alişar the mound, the remains were found on Alacahöyük and Bogazköy Phrygians. This ancient Hittite Phrygians living campuses, and they were impressed by the powerful Hittite civilization they created a civilization.
a Phrygian rock-cut tomb, Midas Monument
The art of the Phrygian, Urartu, as well as the Hittites, Assyrians, and also bears the imprint of the art of ancient Aegean civilizations. Phrygian rock monuments bezediler various human and animal motifs. The walls of their temples to the goddess Cybele, adorned with plates of earthenware.

BC Phrygian architecture and engineering, the most important product 8.yüzyılda is a castle built in the capital, Gordion. Castle, BC Remained intact until the 4th century. There was a monumental gate of the castle fortress. Rectangular structures, and the king's palace inside the castle, had called the Megaron. Pebble mosaic pavements in the buildings were. Bezemeci the inventor of this method of laying the Phrygians. Evolved in the mining and wood processing industry. Excavations reel handle, bronze plates, boilers, gold, silver and bronze spring loaded safety pins, precious stones, clothing belts, buckles, and richly decorated textiles, wood and ceramic animal sculptures and household items decorated with geometric patterns were found. Especially safety pin (fibula) in making the technology is very advanced for that era is seen. Phrygians very ustaydılar weaving. Today, thousands of years of Anatolian motifs kilimlerindeki and other Turkish states, the reason we have the Phrygian Motifs, is still unsolved. Phrygians were advanced in the field of music and many musical instruments are known to have developed.
Phrygian costumes
Tümülüslerdir most important feature of the Phrygian culture. These, BC 8.yüzyıl and BC Made in the first half of 6th century artificial graves. Numbers around the face. These structures was observed prior to the Phrygians of Anatolia. Phrygians probably settled in Phrygia also continued their tradition of burying the dead in Europe. Burial tumuli in the room, was built on the main floor. Written documents belonging to the Phrygians, BC 8.yüzyıl and BC Dates from the period between the 4th century. Uncovered to date and the content is short for a small number of texts could not be resolved fully. The Phrygians, however, speak in a language of Indo-European origin.

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