Doryssa Seaside Resort
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We crossed continents today- Europe to Asia. Our focus today was Ephesus, one of the most fascinating archeological sites accessible to the modern traveler. A walk through the ruins features a series of glorious structures such as as the Celsius Library, the Temple of Hadrian, and the Great Theatre where Paul preached to the Ephesians. It seats 25,000 people. Back to Europe tomorrow and Athens. ...
... imagining a thriving city.
Ephesus was built in the 10th century BC, and had a population of about 50,000 during the Roman period. It is believed that the Gospel of John was written here. Paul wrote his letter to the Ephesians while in prison in Rome, after living in Ephesus for some time.
As we wander around the ancient city, ending at the Great Theatre for ...
... year. She had studied for 4 years at Ege University majoring in history, and archaeology. She was young at 26 yrs of age, but did a great job providing us with background information on Turkey. She was a non-practicing Muslim. She was against the head veil and traditional Muslim practices. She was quite liberal and felt most of their population had views similar to her. We drove the 45 minutes to Ephesus and arrived around 9:30 am. It was a tad cool but quickly warmed up. I started ...
... Truly awesome, the largest archeological site in the world! Next up was a short trip to a pottery factory where we saw a demonstration of pottery making,drying,and painting. Shirley tried her hand at forming a small vase and did a great job. Several folks bought pieces and had them shipped home. We stopped for a light lunch at a nearby country restaurant and noticed that in this part of the country ...
... John. It was said to have been built where John lived when he was visiting and preaching to the Ephesians. The Christian heritage is very rich in Ephesus. The ruins are massive and quite impressive. I was quite touched to find the covert symbol that the Christians used to identify themselves to each other etched into the stone in a lot of different places. I couldn’t help wishing my dad were with me through this ancient town. He would have loved ...