The ruins of Sardis Lydia Turkey c Lydia became the western capital of the Persian Empire after the overthrow in BC of King Croesus by Cyrus the Great of Persia Alexander the Great conquered Lydia in BC After his death Sardis became part of the Seleucid kingdom and later came under Roman control Sardis was the site of one of the Seven Churches of Asia Revelation The town was destroyed by Tamerlane in Archaeological excavations began in but the city itself was not fully uncovered until An engraving from Robert Browns The Countries of the World published by Cassell London Paris c
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