This page lists the known ancient bridges in Anatolia. Most date originally to the era of Roman political control in the region (ca. 150 BC-400 AD), but most were repaired and reconstructed to some degree in the following centuries. Included are those listed in Galliazzo’s I Ponti Romani, O’Connor’s Roman Bridges, Çimok’s Roads of Ancient Anatolia, as well as other printed sources, unprinted reports from scholars, and our own fieldwork. The links below lead to lists of the bridges in each ancient province. Our goal is to have a page of information on each bridge, including location, maps, photos, and other relevant information.
This map shows the bridges recorded on TARP website, organized and colored by province. Click for dynamic view.
Asia Bithynia and Pontus Cappadocia Cilicia Commagene Galatia Lycaonia Lycia and Pamphylia