The Library of Celsus

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Tony’s favourite structure at Ephesus. It was build around 120 AD for Julius Celsus Polemaeanus. The statues in the niches of the facade symbolize the virtues of Celsus….wisdom, knowledge, destiny and virtue.

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3 responses to “The Library of Celsus

  1. Ava

    Beautiful! And hard to imagine them building that in 120 AD. That’s unbelievable.

  2. Elizabeth

    I wonder how many books they had??
    Its cold here today, but sunny.

  3. donna

    I am finally viewing your site. I was in Ephesus. long ago. It’s truly amazing. Glad to hear your adventures.

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