Images from the Ephesus Museum


The Ephesus Archaeology Museum is located in Seljuk, about two miles from the
excavations of ancient Ephesus. The site of the Artemisian is about a quarter mile
outside Seljek. Click on one to the thumbnail images below to see a larger photo,
or return to Ephesus, the map of Asia Minor, or the map of the Mediterranean

The "Beautiful Artimis," 1.74 meters tall, marble, dates to the 2nd cent. A.D.
The "Great Artimis," 2.92 meters tall, marble, dates to the 1st cent. A.D.
Other Gods and Goddesses
Aphrodite torso
Zeus head
Eros on Dolphin
Priapos (god of fertility)
Temple of Augustus pediment remains (left) and replica (right) - Depicts Polyphemus (the Cyclops), son of Poseidon, as Odysseus and his men bring him wine and prepare the pole used to blind him.
Hall of Emporers
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Augustus
Tiberius
Livia (Tiberius' mother)
Domitian
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Trajan
Marcus Aurelius
Commodius
Hall of Emporers Relief
Other Exhibits
Display of lamp types - 6th cent. B.C. (top row) through 4th cent. A.D (bottom row)
Terra-cotta of wrestlers
Game table