The Church of the Apostle Philip in Hierapolis (Pamukkale) (AD 500s)

During the reign of emperor Justinian, in the 500s, a large basilica church was built in Hierapolis (modern Pamuk- kale) that could have been named the Church of the Apostle Philip, for the martyrdom complex of Philip had been completed in the 400s. Although it has not yet been reconstructed, the ruins contain a narthex, three aisles, an apse, and a circular baptismal font.