• Magnesian Gate

    There were three entrances to Ephesus; The Magnesian Gate (on the road the house of Mother Mary), the Koressos Gate (at the back of the...

  • East Gymnasium

    This building was actually a bath-gymnasium complex, erected in about the 2C AD. It lay immediately north of the Magnesian Gate. There was a lecture...

  • St Luke’s Grave (so called)

    Apostle or Evangelist Luke is the author of the Gospel of Luke, the companion of the Apostle Paul (Phil 1:24, 2 Tim 4:10-11). He was...

  • Bath of Varius

    The ruins to the east of the Basilica belong to the bath of Varius, dating to the Roman period. The construction dates to the 2nd...

  • State Agora

    The agora on the southern part of the Basilica is the State Agora, and was built in the Roman Period in the first century B.C....

  • Temple of Isis

    Ephesus throughout its history always had a large Egyptian population and Isis was a very important Egyptian goddess. She is the wife and sister of...

  • Basilica

    It is a typical Roman Basilica. It is 160 meters long, and located on the northern part of the state agora and has a nave...

  • Odeon (Bouleuterion)

    This building has the shape of a small theatre with the stage building, seating places and the orchestra.It had double function in use. First it...