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Ruins of Oinoanda

Oinoanda (alternatively spelled Oenoanda) was an acient city built on the top of a high mountain in the province of Lycia, in southwest Asia Minor. Toward the end of his life, the second-century CE philosopher Diogenes presented to his city a large inscribed limestone wall conspicuously located in an open marketplace generally referred to as the "Esplanade." The inscription proclaimed the wisdom of Epicurus, then deceased for five centuries.

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