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The temple of Diana at Ephesus: with especial reference to Mr. Wood's discoveries of its remains. [James Fergusson] MR. WOOD'S REMARKABLE DISCOVERIES AT EPHESUS. Jan. 15, Credit The New York Times Archives. See the article in its original context from JanuPage 3 The Temple Of Diana At Ephesus: With Especial Reference To Mr.
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Discoveries at Ephesus: Including the Site and Remains of the Great Temple of Diana really liked it avg rating — 1 rating — published — 14 editions Ephesus (permitted), the capital of the Roman province of Asia, and an illustrious city in the district of Ionia, nearly opposite the island of ngsConspicuous at the head of the harbor of Ephesus was Mr.
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J.T. Wood, for the British Museum, obtained permission from the Turkish government to search for the site of the lost temple of Diana. During the eleven years of his excavations at Ephesus, $80, were spent, and few cities of antiquity have been more thoroughly :// The building itself was ft.
long and ft. wide; each of its pillars which supported the roof of its colonnade was 60 ft. high; like the temples of Greece, its interior was open to the sky.
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