HIEROPOLIS: The old Roman baths have been reconstructed as a wonderful museum in a series of buildings between the pool and the cliffs. The busloads of tourists mostly head straight for the modern baths, but the museum is definitely worth a visit. Here the infant god Dionysus is suckled by a goat while Hermes looks on. Note the Dionysian vine leaves spreading overhead. A similar story is told of Zeus, but the label in the museum calls this figure Dionysus. Much of this sculpture is attributed to the School of Aphrodisas, a brilliant center for such art just south of here. The swirling robes of the woman on the right are typical of their work.