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... St John was supposedly buried there after he died. This is right outside of Ephesus where St. John spent his last years. In the time of the Ottoman empire, the church was turned into a bazaar. Just down the hill from this church is the single standing pillr of the Temple of Artemis, one of the seven wonders of the ancient world. Just next ...
... he birthed Athena from the head of Zeus
Hera - Wife of Zeus and queen of the Gods and god of Marriage and women.
Hermes - God of boundaries, trade, travel, Language
Hestia - God of the home, hearth chastity
Poseidon - God of the sea, contender for patron seat of Athens v Athena
Zeus - Supreme ruler of the gods, brother of Hades and Poseidon
So by this time we've messed with a few demi-gods and non-gods and arrived in ...
We woke up bright and early today to began our adventures in Turkey. Neither of us really knew what to expect and had low expectations of Turkey, thinking it would be one of the stops on our journey that we enjoyed the least. Well, we were wrong! Besides getting bombarded by people to go into their shops and sell us things that we really didn't want or need, it was a beautiful place. We took a tour and went to Ephesus ...
... to be blown out and that anyone could read his request if they really wanted to look at it. He didn’t budge. So, I grabbed the pen and added, “I wish for my husband to not be so stingy and secretive with his wishes” to my piece of paper and then affixed it to the wall.
Our cabbie was waiting for us once we exited the park. He was very agitated that it took one hour to get through the house. He must have calculated ...
... to see the theater, where Paul also was. We took pictures from the top of a hill, able to see inside the vast theater. The theater seats 25,000, and according to Roman law, theaters had to be able to seat 1/10th of the population. Ephesus, therefore, had 250,000 people! The theater faces the harbor, where a brisk sea breeze blows in as a sort of air conditioning. D and I have been rather amused by the stray cats and dogs that wander the streets of ...