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... in a sarcophagus beneath it. The library was mostly built by his son Gaius Julius Aquila and once held nearly 12,000 scrolls. Designed with an exaggerated entrance — so as to enhance its perceived size, ...
... a population of up to 250,000 people.
In addition to its political importance under the classical Greeks and the Romans, Ephesus is famous for many reasons related to early Christianity (Book of Ephesians, several other Biblical references, many scholars believe the Gospel of John was written there, site of three major councils of the early Christian church). It is perhaps most famous, though, for the Temple of Artemis, the largest temple of ...
... br> Popes have visited what is believed to be her house, and today, on the 15th August, Mary, and other Christians are remembered.
St Paul the Apostle gave lectures at the Grand Theatre, and it was from here that the Romans captured him and sent him to be locked up and killed in Rome.
It was quite a hot day ( 26 degrees) today.
We had a small group of 10 of us from the boat, and a ...
... have recently discovered a row of terrace houses, which they are diligently and methodically restoring - they have built a large roof over the area to protect the excavation from the elements, and it is very easy to visualise how people would have gone about their day to day life. Also at Ephesus, there is a large theatre, that back in the day would have seated 24,000 people. It is now used to hold concerts and ...
Deep breath, here we go.
At long last, the much talked about Islamic holiday, Kurban Byram, arrived last week. This gave Ryan and myself an opportunity to do some traveling in the region. We spent four days jumping back and forth between Izmir, Sirince, Selšuk, and Bursa.
Izmir is dense, in the same way the Istanbul is dense. It's a port city, resting on the Aegean, backed by mountains. I still do not really know where to come down on the place, as I've ...