Next stop: Aspendos, a Greco-Roman city dating from about 1000 BC. It's had quite a history. Built by the Greeks, it was later under Persian control, then taken back by the Greeks, then taken back by the Persians, then overrun by Alexander the Great, and ultimately surrendered to the Romans, beginning a long decline; it was periodically repaired by the Seljuks and used as a caravansarai. The monumental entry is still pretty much intact.
The theater sports some beautiful detailing in the stage area:
Notice the face carved into this piece: