Somehow I have missed the results of last year’s excavations at Soli, which sounded very promising (see: A two-month project to excavate the city of Soli).
It seems that besides the visible columned street, main structures like the harbor, the theater, Roman Baths and aqueducts, as well as the city walls have been unearthed. The necropolis has exposed a large number of human remains among many gifts, including Byzantine seals, plates and bowls. Several statues of famous citizens and Roman Emperors that lined the main street have been uncovered, as well as statues of Asclepion, his daughter Hygeia, Zeus, Demeter, Nemesis and Dionysus.
So far, archaeologists have been able to reconstruct a number of fallen columns along the main street, meaning that there are at present 47 standing there in all their glory.
Part of the finds have been moved to the nearby Museum of Mersin, but I am certain that after this excavation season more artifacts will find their way to its exhibition rooms.