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AlbumF(1907)

Turkey
Browsing photos F001-F267

F_021 - Ephesus
[Double Church - Church of St. Mary. Originally a banking-house, converted to church in 3rd C. Third Ecumenical Council of Christian Church convened here in 431. General view, man - probably Willie Van Lennep to left of photograph]
Date: April 1907
F_022 - Ephesus
[Theatre - rebuilt and enlarged during Roman period reaching capacity of twenty four thousand. General view from above looking towards stage, also showing Harbour Street]
Date: April 1907
F_023 - Ephesus
[Theatre - rebuilt and enlarged during Roman period reaching capacity of twenty four thousand. View towards stage, men near stage]
Date: April 1907
F_024 - Ephesus
Double Church [Church of St. Mary. Originally a banking-house, converted to church in 3rd C. Third Ecumenical Council of Christian Church convened here in 431. East Apse, man - probably Willie Van Lennep in foreground]
Date: April 1907
F_025 - Ephesus
Double Church [Church of St. Mary. Originally a banking-house, converted to church in 3rd C. Third Ecumenical Council of Christian Church convened here in 431. Carved moulding with acanthus pattern]
Date: April 1907
F_026 - Ephesus
Double Church [Church of St. Mary. Originally a banking-house, converted to church in 3rd C. Third Ecumenical Council of Christian Church convened here in 431. Acanthus capital]
Date: April 1907
F_027 - Ephesus
Double Church [Church of St. Mary. Originally a banking-house, converted to church in 3rd C. Third Ecumenical Council of Christian Church convened here in 431. Fragments of dressed stone and pillars]
Date: April 1907
F_028 - Ephesus
Double Church [Church of St. Mary. Originally a banking-house, converted to church in 3rd C. Third Ecumenical Council of Christian Church convened here in 431]
Date: April 1907
F_029 - Ephesus
Double Church [Church of St. Mary. Originally a banking-house, converted to church in 3rd C. Third Ecumenical Council of Christian Church convened here in 431. Fallen fragment of moulding]
Date: April 1907
F_030 - Ephesus
Double Church [Church of St. Mary. Originally a banking-house, converted to church in 3rd C. Third Ecumenical Council of Christian Church convened here in 431. Fallen fragment of moulding and pillars]
Date: April 1907
F_031 - Ephesus
Double Church [Church of St. Mary. Originally a banking-house, converted to church in 3rd C. Third Ecumenical Council of Christian Church convened here in 431. Ionic capital]
Date: April 1907
F_032 - Ephesus
In street to the port [Harbour Street (Arkadiane) - colonnaded street linking Theatre and Port, composite capital in foreground]
Date: April 1907
F_033 - Ephesus
[Double Church - Church of St. Mary. Originally a banking-house, converted to church in 3rd C. Third Ecumenical Council of Christian Church convened here in 431. Fallen Corinthian capital]
Date: April 1907
F_034 - Ephesus
Street to the port [Harbour Street (Arkadiane) - colonnaded street linking Theatre and Port, capital in foreground]
Date: April 1907
F_035 - Ephesus
Street between theatre and library [Marble street, with Evelani and Willie Van Lennep and another man]
Date: April 1907
F_036 - Ephesus
Library [Library of Celsus - built by Consul Gaius Julius Aquila as a grave-monument to his father Gaius Julius Celsus Polemaenus, Proconsul of Asia. Carved entablature, pediment and capitals]
Date: April 1907
F_037 - Ephesus
Library [Library of Celsus - built by Consul Gaius Julius Aquila as a grave-monument to his father Gaius Julius Celsus Polemaenus, Proconsul of Asia. Carved entablature, pediment and capitals]
Date: April 1907
F_038 - Ephesus
Library [Library of Celsus - built by Consul Gaius Julius Aquila as a grave-monument to his father Gaius Julius Celsus Polemaenus, Proconsul of Asia. Carved moulding]
Date: April 1907
F_039 - Ephesus
Library [Library of Celsus - built by Consul Gaius Julius Aquila as a grave-monument to his father Gaius Julius Celsus Polemaenus, Proconsul of Asia. General view]
Date: April 1907
F_040 - Ephesus
Library [Library of Celsus - built by Consul Gaius Julius Aquila as a grave-monument to his father Gaius Julius Celsus Polemaenus, Proconsul of Asia. Carved entablature and capitals]
Date: April 1907

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