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kings, one of whom, Tarcondimotos, left an inscription. When the Romans took Cilicia in 19 B.C., Anazarbus was named Caesarea in honor of the Emperor. Part of an aqueduct dedicated to the Emperor Vespasian in 70 A.D., still stands. Under the rule of Septimius Severus and Caracalla in 207 A.D. the city flourished and rivaled in size and importance the great city of Tarsus. In the 5th. century Anazarbus was the capital of the eastern part of Cilicia, and in the 6th. century it was renamed first Justin, and then Justinopolis for the Byzantine emperor. During the wars between the Arabs and the Byzantines the city fell to Harun-al-Rashid in the 8th century. The Arabs rebuilt and strengthened the fortifications. At the close of the 11th. century, the Crusaders captured Anazarbus leaving the fortress in ruins, The Armenians took over Anazarbus in 1100 and the Armenian king, Toros I, made it the capital of Little Armenia. Although often besieged, the city stayed in the hands of the Armenians until it was destroyed by

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