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Before the first age
Antalya city center of one of the oldest known human settlements in Anatolia about 30 km bull on a hill overlooking the Mediterranean kuzeybatıdakorkutel path in Karain Cave. The date of dating dates back to around 500,000 years, in other words, the early days of the ancient stone age. This period covers the period from 2 million to 140,000 today. In Karain, cave-like bones (Homo sapiens neandertalensis) have also been found. These are the first quotes from all over Anatolia.
The Karain Cave contains the oldest prehistoric finds of the region, dating back to the Paleolithic and Neolithic, Beldibi Cave in the Middle Stone Age, during the dates; Bademağacı during excavations on the mound at Neolithic settlements, finds ordinary people and the first traces of the transition to decolonization. These Karatas, obtained from the first Bronze Age excavations in the Semahoyuk teachings, also added, there is a continuous civilization to date of the Paleolithic in the region.
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First period
The early history of the Antalya region was dark before pre-1946 excavations in the region. It is admitted in the scientific circles of the Hittites that the names Ahhiyava and Arzava are Pamphylia. The emergence of research and discoveries in this area and the darkness of the region have begun to be illuminated.
Hittite period

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At the time when the Hittite State was founded, which was the first political union in Anatolia, the Scriptures came to Anatolia. The Hittite state, founded in the middle of Anatolia, was initially calm and dark for Antalya. The fact that the region can take its place in history begins with the Hittite kings, who organize expeditions in Western Anatolia. Today's Antalya province in the kalanperg to, Kesros, Patara ancient geographical names such as that which prevailed between the years 1267-1237 before the era of Christ Hittite, which remain of the Hittite King III. Hattusili s "Annals" Yalburt Patara, Patafta'Format öğrenilmiştir.konya not exceeding that the results of a Hittite hieroglyphic strengthen investigation. The Hittites, who are understood here, must have reached the Mediterranean coast, which they call the "Lukka country".
Hittite, migrated the cause of the collapse of part İmpratorluğu during the migration of the Acadian Sea peoples in this region, as they are mentioned in Greek mythology. After the Trojan War, Aka tribes came to Pamphylia in the administration of Amphilokhos, Kalkhas, and Mopsos; Perge, Sillyon, Aspendos and Selge show the latest scientific evidence that Aboriginal peoples have founded these cities. It is also the name of Parge of Parge, Estvedus of Aspendos, Estlegiis of Selge, Selyus of Silyon.
The Pamfilyalılar BC area in the 7th century before for a short period of Rhodesian and sweeping by our Kumluca and Phaselis (Cirali) settlements establish the area that comes from ancient Greek sources. The town of Rhodiopolis near Kumluca is considered a proof of this.

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Lycian and Pamphylian period
The province of Antalya contains the eastern end of western Pamphylia and eastern Lycia from ancient parts of history.
While the origins of today's western border settle in the Lycian colonies, the former Hittite Mısırkaynak (2000 BC) mentions a tribe called Luke or Lukka. This tribe is a strong possibility that it is known by the Lycian nation known by its close neighbors neighbors of the Mediterranean coast, which they call "Termili".
Much of the controversy over where borders lie is the majority of today's Pamphylia region in Antalya. It is assumed that the word "Pamfilya" means people of all peoples living on the land of the races. In a prophetic inscription in the city of Suedra, you are called "Suedra Pamphylians" who live in the land of mixed nations ... "This inscription tells us about the social structure of the city.
According to comparative linguistic methods, the Hellenes of Pamphylia formed one of the oldest groups of helmets in Anatolia. In their language, some linguistic features of Mukinis and Dors are found. For this reason, it is assumed that at the beginning of the first millennium BCE, they emigrated to Anatolia. These were closely related to people encountered in Anatolia and influenced by their beliefs and their different cultural characteristics.