Richmond Ephesus Resort
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... been written here. The city was the site of several 5th century Christian Councils (see Council of Ephesus). It is also the site of a large gladiators' graveyard. The ruins of Ephesus are a favorite international and ...
... wonderful to see the rooms and mosaics. That was probably the highlight for me at Ephasus.
Peter was very good and did not make it difficult, but has declared NO MORE ruins for him.
We walked down the streets of Ephasus and the view back to the theatre as we left was stunning.
We got back to town mid afternoon and came across a beautiful courtyard restaurant attached to the Boomerang Hotel in the centre of Selcuk. ...
... to see what we were looking at and which level. They just kept building up on top of the old cities and reusing stone from the previous ones.
One area had an exposed wall of earth which showed all the layers of the 9 different civilizations.
The history of the region goes back 5000 years. Research shows that it was inhabited for almost 4,000 years starting around 3000 B.C. After one city was destroyed, a new city would be built on top of it, creating ...
... almost every other place we've visited, Mykonos and Toulon excluded. I can understand why this side of the pond considers our interstate system a Modern Wonder of the World.
As I write this in the late evening, we are having a storm at sea that has slowed our satellite for internet, so I can't post this until after returning from Athens, but the storm has been fun to watch from our balcony (until the lightning got too close, and then we closed the curtains and hid inside. :-) ) Night. ...
... times could not last forever and a succession of events ended Ephesus' glory days. In 263 AD, the Barbarians looted Ephesus. Later, the Byzantine empire took over but the harbor kept silting up. Trade suffered and the city fell into decline. The Meander river, which emptied to the Aegean near the city is also blamed for the silting after it changed course constantly. The term 'meander' in modern usage comes from this river.
Excavations in the 1860s by ...