Tlos Kronos Temple
South of the agora stand the remains of a temple that is thought to have been dedicated to the god Kronos (the one who ate his children in an attempt to prevent a prophecy of becoming true, that one would kill him, but missing his son Zeus, who did kill him in the end). It is thought to be from the 2nd century BC.
Tlos Roman Theatre
There is also a Roman theatre with 34 rows of seats. A portion of the stage building still stands and there are many highly decorated carvings scattered all around. An inscription records that donations have been made for the theatre from private citizens and religious dignitaries, ranging from 3,000 denarii by the priest of Dionysus and high priest of the Cabiria to lesser donations of 100 denarii. The philanthropist Opramoas also made a very large donation for the theatre. It is also known from inscriptions that the theatre was under construction for at least 150 years.
Tlos Market Building & an unidentifiaed doorway / Below
Old Paintings or Dr drawings about Tlos (Below 3 )/ Depictions before photography invented