Metropolis (state capital) Amastris grows in a wide area, to get a crowded and planned view of the city in the Emperor Traianus (98-117) is thought to speed up the construction work. Official area (Form), Palace of the State (Basillique), Honor (Arter), Theater, Acropolis, Temples, regular street and sewer networks.
Starting from the Acropolis in the south, towards the peninsula, these were the main triangles of the urban fabric, all of them down to the M.S. It was built in the second half of the 1st century and early 2nd century.
Today, except for Basillique, which is considered the best preserved of the works from eler Bedesten,, there is an entrance of about 5,000 people, a small part of the Acropolis walls, some columns of the Arter and a large part of the water and sewer networks forming the infrastructure. The remains of the large Plastra (jog and playground) and the city agora were lost under the thick alluvium deposits, like many other works. It is certain that the Roman restoration was carried out with the devoted works of the legions. It is estimated that the Fourth Galia Legion, which had been working here for a long time, had its efforts in the emergence of the above works, but today it is estimated that the old bridge, which can only be seen by the bridge bridge called Kemere and the Bridge Tower (Dark Ground Gate) to which it is attached, is also made by the legion troops. A brief but very valuable knowledge of the general appearance and maintenance of Amastris; A.D. We are learning from a letter sent to Emperor Trajan by the successor of Pliny the Pontus of Caucasius Secundus in 111-113 BC. In order to put an end to the evil and robbery of the previous proconsul, Traineus -Pontus was directly engaged as an mer Empire of the Empire. Ül He sent one of the most enlightened and compassionate statesmen of his time, Pliny the Augustine to Pontus. Plinius, who had no experience of state administration, had written his letters to the emperor and acted according to the instructions he had received.
A.D. At the end of the 1st century and the beginning of the 2nd century, probably the Roman State Palace (Bouleuterion) was built. It has a basilica plan and a large structure with 5 units (Nef) and 18 × 45 meters dimensions. It is not clear that it is a gym or a Roman bath, and since it is used for commercial purposes, Bedesten has its name from here.
Today, some of the walls built of bricks and ruins are standing.