Arrival to Ephesus (3D Image)

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3D Image

Lithodomos VR
published on 14 November 2018

You stand aboard a corbita (Roman trading ship) approaching the cosmopolitan city of Ephesus, as it appeared in the 2nd century AD. Ephesus had a long and storied history: colonized by the Greeks and seized by the Persians before flourishing under the Roman Empire. The thriving trading centre benefited from its location within a key natural harbour until river-borne silt cut it off from the sea.

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