Aureliopolis in Lydia is a city in the Roman province of Lydia, previously called Tmolus or in Greek Τμῶλος (Tmolos). It issued coinage under each of these names, and one coin combines both names. In the Synecdemus it appears as Auliou Kome. The name "Aureliopolis" was given in honour of the emperor Marcus Aurelius.  
It was a town of
ancient Lydia, situated on Mount Tmolus, and was destroyed during the great earthquake in 19 CE.   Some coins are extant with the inscription Τμωλείτων,   but the actual minting of the coins issued in its name may have been done in the more important neighbouring city of  Sardis.
Its site is located near Gökkaya in
Asiatic Turkey. 
Aureliopolis was the site of an early
bishopric and the names of five of its ancient  bishops are preserved in a number of documents.
No longer a residential bishopric, Aureliopolis in Lydia is today listed by the
Catholic Church as a titular see. Titular bishops include:
Mateusz Lipski (24 Nov 1823 - 28 Feb 1831), Bishop of Minsk)
Franz Anton Gindl (30 Sep 1831 Appointed - 2 Jul 1832),
Bishop of Brno Antonín Arnošt Schaaffgotsche (11 Jul 1839 - 27 Jan 1842)
Bishop of Brno) John Francis (William) Whelan, (7 Jun 1842 - 13 Dec 1876)
Jean-Pierre-Ignace Galfione, (31 Aug 1880 Appointed - 19 Dec 1881)
Joseph Colgan (19 May 1882 - 25 Nov 1886), Archbishop of Madras)
Edward Likowski (17 Mar 1887 - 13 Aug 1914, Archbishop of Gniezno e Poznań) Hubert-Olivier Chalifoux (30 Sep 1914 Appointed - 17 Mar 1922)
João de Oliveira Matos Ferreira (11 Dec 1922 - 29 Aug 1962)
Salvatore Asta (13 Oct 1962 Appointed - 30 Dec 2004)
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^ Hans Kaletsch, "Tmolos 2" in
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Tacitus. . Annales 2.47.
Pliny. . Naturalis Historia 5.30.
Chron. ad Ann. V. Tib.; Niceph. Call. 1.17.
^ Sestini, p. 114.
Ed Snible, "Ancient coins of Lydia"
Asia Minor Coins
Richard Talbert, ed. (2000). . Princeton University Press. p. 56, and directory notes accompanying. Barrington Atlas of the Greek and Roman World
Lund University. . Digital Atlas of the Roman Empire
^ Joseph Bingham, Origines Ecclesiasticae; Or the Antiquities of the Christian
^ Michel Lequien,
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^ Pius Bonifacius Gams,
, Leipzig 1931, p. 447 Series episcoporum Ecclesiae Catholicae
Annuario Pontificio 2013 (Libreria Editrice Vaticana 2013 ISBN 978-88-209-9070-1), p. 842 This article incorporates text from a publication now in the public domain: Smith, William, ed. (1854–1857). "Tmolus". . London: John Murray. Dictionary of Greek and Roman Geography