The Square of Verulanus at Ephesus

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Edgar Serrano
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published on 08 July 2020
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The Square of Verulanus at Ephesus, was a spacious, arcaded courtyard for the training of athletes. It consisted of a number of buildings grouped around a central courtyard. The Great Baths or Harbor Baths, were built in the 2nd century CE and were sumptuously rebuilt in the reign of Constantine the Great in the 4th century CE.

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Edgar Serrano
Born in Cali, Colombia, currently living in Houston, TX. Studied at Colorado Christian University, Dallas Seminary and Capital Seminary & Graduate School in Lancaster, PA. Christian pastor and college professor in the areas of Bible and Theology.

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Serrano, E. (2020, July 08). The Square of Verulanus at Ephesus. Ancient History Encyclopedia. Retrieved from https://www.ancient.eu/image/12442/

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Serrano, Edgar. "The Square of Verulanus at Ephesus." Ancient History Encyclopedia. Last modified July 08, 2020. https://www.ancient.eu/image/12442/.

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Serrano, Edgar. "The Square of Verulanus at Ephesus." Ancient History Encyclopedia. Ancient History Encyclopedia, 08 Jul 2020. Web. 24 Jan 2021.

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