The main street providing access from Ephesus’ harbor to the city is known as the Harbor Street, also the Arcadian Way, after Emperor Flavius Arcadius (reigned A.D. 395-408). When Paul boarded a ship from Ephesus, or landed at Ephesus and then went into the city, this is the street he would have used.
Not much is left of the temple of Artemis, what was at one time one of the Seven Wonders of the World. A lone column remains, with a stork’s nest on the top. You can see somewhat of the basic rectangular outline of the temple in our photo.
In the Ephesus Museum one may see some of the Artemis’ statues, such as the one in this photo:
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