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Monuments: Ephesos: Miscellaneous Architecture

Ephesos was the largest city in Roman Asia Minor. Originally an Attic-Ionian foundation it became the major Ionian city in the Classical period and boomed as the capital of the Roman province of Asia. Today, the archaeological site of Ephesos is one of the most visited in Turkey and is famous for the scale and extent of its standing remains. More

Mangartz, F. (2010). Die byzantinische Steinsäge von Ephesos: Baubefund, Rekonstruktion, Architekturteile (Monographien Römisch-Germanisches Zentralmuseum Mainz. Forschungsinstitut für Vor- und Frühgeschichte 86). Mainz.

Prochaska, W. and Grillo, S. M. (2012). 'The marble quarries of the metropolis of Ephesus and some examples of the use of marbles in Ephesian architecture and sculpturing’, in A. Gutiérrez Garcia-Moreno, P. Lapuente Mercadal, and I. Rodà de Llanza (eds). Interdisciplinary studies on ancient stone: proceedings of the IX Association for the Study of Marbles and Other Stones in Antiquity (ASMOSIA), Conference (Tarragona 2009) (Documenta 23). Tarragona: 584–91.

Yavuz, A. B., Bruno, M., and Attanasio, D. (2011). 'An updated, multi-method database of Ephesos marbles, including white, greco scritto and bigio varieties', Archaeometry 53.2: 215–40.

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Architecture
Date
bc 100 - ad 500 
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Ephesos 

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