Ephesus terrace houses: Mosaics and Art

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Ronnie Jones III
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published on 02 May 2015
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The terrace homes in Ephesus give a glimpse of how the wealthy lived during the Roman period The oldest building dates back into the 1C BCE and continued in use as a residence until the 7C CE.

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About the Author

Ronnie Jones III
In university Ronnie concentrated his studies on the Greco-Roman world while writing his senior thesis on the Reformation. He has studied Koine Greek and Hebrew at the masters level, and is currently studying Turkish.

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III, R. J. (2015, May 02). Ephesus terrace houses: Mosaics and Art. World History Encyclopedia. Retrieved from https://www.worldhistory.org/image/3841/ephesus-terrace-houses-mosaics-and-art/

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III, Ronnie Jones. "Ephesus terrace houses: Mosaics and Art." World History Encyclopedia. Last modified May 02, 2015. https://www.worldhistory.org/image/3841/ephesus-terrace-houses-mosaics-and-art/.

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III, Ronnie Jones. "Ephesus terrace houses: Mosaics and Art." World History Encyclopedia. World History Encyclopedia, 02 May 2015. Web. 24 Jul 2021.