In Halikarnassos (former name of Bodrum) BC Born in 484 and founded by Bodrum Dorles according to HEREDOT, known as "Father of History". Later, Karya and Leleg were settled in this area. In 650 BC, the Megeralites came and changed their name to Halikarnassos. Bodrum BC In 386 he entered the dominion of the Persians. Halikarnassos's brightest era BC In 353 he lived as the capital of the Karya region. The Mausoleum, one of the seven wonders of the world, was built during this period by his sister and also his wife Artemisia in memory of King Mausolos.
In 192 BC, the Romans passed away, but did not show any significant
improvement in this period. A.D. In 395 the Byzantines, M.S. XI. In the
20th century, the Turks passed away. I. Byzantines in the Crusades, XIV.
In the 19th century, the Turks again passed away. In 1415, the Knights
of Rhodes passed away, and in 1522 (during the reign of Sultan Süleyman
the Magnificent) they were again joined by the Ottoman Empire. After the
declaration of the Republic, the name was changed to Bodrum.