The site of Aphrodisias in southwestern Turkey has been added to UNESCO’s World Heritage List. Aphrodisias is one of the most important archaeological sites of the Greek and Roman periods in Turkey. A recently published book The Countryside of Aphrodisias by Christopher Ratté and Angela Commito presents the results of research sponsored in part by the Kelsey Museum on the rich archaeological remains of the territory of the ancient city, ranging from isolated farmsteads to fortified citadels, from burial mounds to marble quarries, and from Roman aqueducts to Ottoman cisterns.