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Ancient Frescoes

This image was taken at the Goreme Open Air Museum which has many churches carved from rock. Many historical details and frescoes are inside of them.

Header image for “Church Versus the World? The Enduring Relevance of a Christian Classic”

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Ruins in Smyrna

Broken columns from the ruins of the ancient agora of Smyrna. The agora suffered many earthquakes, including the great quakes of 115, 178 and 526 AD.

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Ruins in Smyrna

Ruins of ancient Smyrna.

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Roman Market Ruins

A Roman market was supported by a net of vaulted underground passages which had the objective of reducing the impact of earthquakes.

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Roman Market Ruins

Stone arches, flowing water and pillars above in Smyrna.

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Roman Market Ruins

Columns stand at current-day ground level of Izmir, Turkey above the excavated ruins of buried Smyrna.

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Roman Market Ruins

Stone arches, flowing water and pillars above were a stimulating combination to see. Smyrna

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Roman Market Ruins

A corridor of ancient Smyrna. Izmir, Turkey

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Roman Fountain

An inscription of “SMYRNA” can still be seen, etched into this ancient fountain that still flows with water.

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Roman Market Ruins

Roman market: vaulted structures supporting the market buildings

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Ruins of Sardis

Ruins of ancient Sardis.

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Courtyard of the Gymnasium

The courtyard of the Gymnasium was the site where students had their physical training as the final purpose of the Roman pedagogic system was summarized by Juvenal’s words Mens sana in corpore sano “A healthy mind in a healthy body” (Satires, X, 356).

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Courtyard of the Gymnasium

A red inscription dedicates the space to the Roman Imperial family: Emperors Caracalla and Geta, and their mother Julia Domna; and even records that the hall was gilded by two ladies of consular rank.

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Ruins in Sardis

Ruins of roman bath in Sardis, Turkey.

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Gymnasium Entrance

The gymnasium entrance in the ancient city of Sardis.

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Ancient Synagogue

Historians say this is the largest synagogue ever excavated. Just the walls, floors, columns, Greek and Hebrew inscriptions and mosaics remain. Sardis, Turkey.

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Synagogue Mosaic

Mosaics on a synagogue floor in Sardis, Turkey

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Shrine in Sardis

Torah shrine in the synagogue at Sardis.

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Jewish Synagogue

The courtyard of a Jewish synagogue in Sardis.

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Ancient Ruins

Ancient Byzantine shop and cafe stalls to the right with a current-day Turkish mosque minaret built nearby.

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