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Harvard Theological Studies 41

Ephesos, Metropolis of Asia

An Interdisciplinary Approach to Its Archaeology, Religion, and Culture

Edited by Helmut Koester

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$30.00 • £24.95 • €27.00

ISBN 9780674013490

Publication Date: 05/30/2004

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384 pages

14 halftones, 24 line drawings, 2 maps, 2 tables

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  • The City of Ephesos from the Roman Period to Late Antiquity
  • Urban Development and Social Change in Imperial Ephesos
  • At Home in the City of Artemis: Religion in Ephesos in the Literary Imagination of the Roman Period
  • Ephesos in Early Christian Literature
  • Via Sacra Ephesiaca: New Aspects of the Cult of Artemis Ephesia
  • The Processional Way in Ephesos as a Place of Cult and Burial
  • Preliminary Views of the Ephesian Harbor
  • Subsidiary Factories of Italian Sigillata Potters: The Ephesian Evidence
  • The Cult of the Roman Emperors in Ephesos: Temple Wardens, City Titles, and the Interpretation of the Revelation of John
  • Sculptures of Gods and Heroes from Ephesos
  • Egyptian Religion in Ephesos
  • The Church of Mary and the Temple of Hadrian Olympios
  • The Council of Ephesos: The Rise of the See of Ephesos and the Rise of the Cult of the Theotokos

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