Plans and Figures

In: Religion in Ephesos Reconsidered
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Plans

1 City plan of Ephesos. ÖAW-ÖAI, C. Kurtze XX

2 City plan of Ephesos, close up. ÖAW-ÖAI, C. Kurtze XXI

3 Plan of Terrace House 2. ÖAW-ÖAI XXII

4 Plan of the Upper Agora. ÖAW-ÖAI, C. Kurtze XXIII

Figures

1.1 Terrace of Domitian. Photo ÖAW-ÖAI/S. Ladstätter-C. Kurtze 14

1.2 The Temple of Domitian and comparable pseudo-dipteral temples. ÖAW-ÖAI/N. Math-S. Ladstätter 15

1.3 Ephesos. Colossal head of Titus. Photo ÖAW-ÖAI/N. Gail 16

1.4 Temple of Domitian. View of the temple after the excavation. Photo ÖAW-ÖAI/N. Gail 17

1.5 Ephesos. Plaques from the altar secondarily built into a Byzantine fountain. Photo ÖAW-ÖAI/N. Gail 19

1.6 Temple of Domitian. Altar after its exposure in 1930. Photo ÖAW-ÖAI-Archive 20

1.7 Temple of Domitian. Geophysical image of the temple terrace. Image ZAMG-S. Seren 21

1.8 Temple of Domitian. Architectural elements of the northern colonnade in collapsed position. Photo ÖAW-ÖAI/S. Ladstätter 23

1.9 Temple of Domitian. View into the cryptoporticus. Photo ÖAW-ÖAI/ N. Gail 24

1.10 Temple of Domitian. Doric colonnade in the west of the temple terrace. Photo ÖAW-ÖAI/N. Gail 25

1.11 Temple of Domitian. North-eastern termination of the cryptoporticus with window opening onto the temple area. Photo ÖAW-ÖAI/N. Gail 25

1.12 Temple of Domitian. Fresco of Demeter from the cryptoporticus. Photo ÖAW-ÖAI/N. Gail 26

1.13 Temple of Domitian. Façade articulation in the east of the temple terrace, including architectural collage. Photo ÖAW-ÖAI/N. Gail 28

1.14 Temple of Domitian. Flight of stairs to the temenos. Photo ÖAW-ÖAI/ N. Gail 30

1.15 Temple of Domitian. Destruction level on the temple forecourt. Photo ÖAW-ÖAI/S. Ladstätter 32

1.16 Overview of the late antique buildings in the temenos. Photo ÖAW-ÖAI/ N. Gail 32

1.17 Mosaic floor in the late antique building. Photo ÖAW-ÖAI/N. Gail 34

1.18 Late antique nymphaeum. Photo ÖAW-ÖAI/N. Gail 34

1.19 Door knockers. Photo ÖAW-ÖAI/N. Gail 35

1.20 Butcher’s knife and steelyard. Photo ÖAW-ÖAI/N. Gail 36

2.1 Serapeion. Perspective drawing from W. Wilberg and M. Theuer. ÖAW-ÖAI, Archive inv. no. 2083/2 42

2.2 Temple of Serapis. Ground plan from W. Wilberg. ÖAW-ÖAI, Archive inv. no. 179/1 43

2.3 Temple of Serapis. Aerial photo. Photo ÖAW-ÖAI/S. İlhan, 2011 44

2.4 Temple of Serapis. Interior view. Photo ÖAW-ÖAI/N. Gail, 2014 44

2.5 Temple of Serapis. Middle block, first layer of hyperthyron (frieze over the lintel) with two marble dowels. Drawing C. Ruppert, 2014 47

2.6 Temple of Serapis. Middle block, first layer of the hyperthyron. Photo by author, 2011 48

2.7 Temple of Serapis. Middle block, second layer of the hyperthyron with dowel hole. Photo by author, 2012 48

2.8 Temple of Serapis. Column capital. Photo ÖAW-ÖAI/N. Gail, 2012 49

2.9 Temple of Serapis. Column capital, close-up. Photo ÖAW-ÖAI/N. Gail, 2012 49

2.10 Temple of Serapis. Northeastern corner architrave. Drawing A. Zeitler, 2015 50

2.11 Temple of Serapis. Northeast corner architrave, inner side with three fascia. Photo by author, 2013 50

2.12 Temple of Serapis. Northeast corner architrave, eastern side. Photo by author, 2013 51

2.13 Temple of Serapis. Northeast corner architrave, western side with Lewis hole. Photo by author, 2013 51

2.14 Temple of Serapis. Temple frieze, front. Drawing by author with digital transformation by A. Zeitler, 2014 52

2.15 Temple of Serapis. Back side of the frieze blocks with U-shaped cuttings. Photo by author, 2014 53

2.16 Temple of Serapis. Reconstruction of the pediment and the wooden ceiling construction. Drawing by author with digital transformation by A. Zeitler, 2014 54

2.17 Temple of Serapis. Pediment. Drawing by author with digital transformation by A. Zeitler, 2014 54

2.18 Temple of Serapis. Crown cornice block (2.17.88). Photo by author, 2014 55

2.19 Temple of Serapis. Left corner cornice block (2.17.111). Photo by author, 2012 56

2.20 Temple of Serapis. Right corner cornice block (2.17.65). Photo by author, 2012 56

2.21 Temple of Serapis. Reconstructed cross-section. Drawing by author, 2014 57

2.22 Temple of Serapis. East staircase. Photo ÖAW-ÖAI/N. Gail, 2014 59

2.23 Temple of Serapis. Reconstruction of staircases 1 and 2. Drawing by author, 2014 60

2.24 Temple of Serapis. Possible reconstruction of staircases 2 and 3. Drawing by author, 2014 60

3.1 Cave of St. Paul. View of exterior. Photo ÖAW-IKANT/A. Pülz 62

3.2 Cave of St. Paul. West wall, Paul and Thekla. Photo ÖAW-ÖAI/N. Gail 65

3.3 Detail of fig. 3.2, Thekla. Photo ÖAW-ÖAI/N. Gail 68

4.1 Magnesian Gate. Crosses on the doorjamb. Photo ÖAW-ÖAI/ A. Sokolicek 74

4.2 Heroon of Androklos. Slabs with crosses. Photo ÖAW-IKANT/A. Pülz 75

4.3 Four Column Memorial. Socle. Photo ÖAW-IKANT/A. Pülz 76

4.4 Byzantine Palace. Plan. ÖAW-IKANT 78

4.5 Byzantine Palace. Aerial view from the south. Photo ÖAW-IKANT/ A. Pülz 79

4.6 Harbor Gymnasium. Residences Unit IVI. Drawing ÖAW-IKANT 81

4.7 Harbor Gymnasium. Capital with cross decoration. Photo ÖAW-IKANT/ A. Pülz 82

4.8 Harbor Gymnasium. Unit 1, barrier slab. Photo ÖAW-IKANT/A. Pülz 83

4.9 Harbor Gymnasium. Lintel. Photo KHM-ANSA 3.1072.2 84

4.10 Terrace House 1. Taberna III. Photo ÖAW-IKANT/N. Zimmermann 85

5.1 Upper Agora. Ground plan of southeast propylon and adjoining passageway. Drawing by G. Langmann 1964, ÖAW-ÖAI, Archive inv. no. 2558.16 97

5.2 Upper Agora. Southeast propylon, reworked surface of northeastern pillar. Photo by author 98

5.3 Upper Agora. Southeast propylon and adjoining passageway, seen from the south. Photo ÖAW-ÖAI/N. Gail 99

5.4 Upper Agora. Row of marble blocks at the eastern end of the south stoa, seen from the north. Photo by author 101

5.5 Upper Agora. Foundation courses beneath the marble blocks illustrated in fig. 5.5. Excavation photo, ca. 1964, ÖAW-ÖAI, Archive inv. no. EPH-0763 102

5.6 Upper Agora. Situation at the western end of the south stoa, seen from the east. Photo ÖAW-ÖAI/N. Gail 102

5.7 Northeastern corner of the Upper Agora, joint between basilike stoa and eastern building, seen from the west. Photo ÖAW-ÖAI, Archive inv. no. 108_E_68-2-32 104

6.1 Magnesian Gate. Stone plan. Drawing A. Leung 109

6.2 Magnesian Gate. From northeast. Photo by author 110

6.3 Magnesian Gate. Southern entrance, covering Hellenistic city wall. Photo by author 111

6.4 Magnesian Gate. Crane shot from outside the city. Photo by author 112

7.1 West Necropolis. Ostotheke in the shape of a semi-finished sarcophagus, inv. no. 69/11. Photo ÖAW-ÖAI/L. Fliesser. ÖAW-ÖAI 127

7.2 Ephesos. Diachronic map of burial spaces. ÖAW-ÖAI/C. Kurtze, M. Steskal 128

7.3 Ephesos. Concentrated extra-urban burial spaces. ÖAW-ÖAI/C. Kurtze, M. Steskal 128

7.4 West Necropolis. Digital model of burial houses. ÖAW-ÖAI/J. Reiter, P. Mayrhofer, M. Steskal 129

7.5 Southeast Necropolis. Typical burial house, inv. no. 70/12. Photo ÖAW-ÖAI/ L. Fliesser 129

8.1 Theater Plan. Krinzinger and Ruggendorfer 2017, fig. 1. ÖAW-IKANT 139

8.2 Plan of area above the theater. Baier 2013, fig. 1. ÖAW-ÖAI/C. Baier 140

8.3 Capital K2 from base above the theater. Photo by author 141

8.4 Plan of residence/domus above the theater. Drawing by author in Thür 2002, fig. 7 143

8.5 Plan and reconstruction of the banquet hall above the theater. M. Theuer, after Keil 1932a, fig. 8. ÖAW-ÖAI, Archive inv. no. A-W-OAI-PLN-06029 144

8.6 Terrace House 2. The house of Aptus, Dwelling Unit 6. Drawing by I. Adenstedt with instructions from H. Thür. ÖAW-IKANT 148

8.7 Terrace House 2. Cross-section drawings of Dwelling Unit 6. I. Adenstedt with instructions from H. Thür. ÖAW-IKANT 149

8.8 Terrace House 1. Plan of domus by M. Kainz and G. Lang. Lang-Auinger 1996, fig. 77. ÖAW-IKANT 151

9.1 Artemision. ÖAW-ÖAI. Plan after J. T. Wood, inv. no. AN01447074, Department of Greek and Roman Antiquities, British Museum. ÖAW-ÖAI/ L. Zabrana 163

9.2 Artemision. Location of Odeion. ÖAW-ÖAI/L. Zabrana 165

9.3 Artemision. Odeion, 2009. ÖAW-ÖAI/N. Gail 167

9.4 Artemision. Cavea of the Odeion, 2011. ÖAW-ÖAI/N. Gail 167

9.5 Artemision. Odeion, opus sectile of the orchestra, 2011. ÖAW-ÖAI/ N. Gail 168

10.1 Ephesos. Plan of classical harbor based on geoarchaeological results. ÖAW-ÖAI/C. Kurtze 178

10.2 Ephesos. Plan of Hellenistic harbor based on geoarchaeological results. ÖAW-ÖAI/C. Kurtze 179

10.3 Ephesos. Plan of Roman imperial harbor based on geoarchaeological results. ÖAW-ÖAI/C. Kurtze 180

10.4 Ephesos. Results of geophysical surveys 2004–2006, magnetometry and GPR. ÖAW-ÖAI/C. Kurtze 184

10.5 Ephesos. Plan of structures on south side of harbor based on geophysical results. From Groh 2006, pl. 20. ÖAW-ÖAI/S. Groh 185

10.6 Detail of fig. 10.4. ÖAW-ÖAI/C. Kurtze 186

11.1 Ephesos. Greek inscription of a roman legal text linked with Marc Antony (l. 1) and the Cult of Divus Julius (l. 3), FiE 4.3.24 = IvE 7,2.4324. Photo by author, 2015 198

11.2 Ephesos. The concordia of the triumviri and Artemis, with the Archiereus Glaukon, Classical Numismatic group EA 280, 6 June 2012, lot 79 198

11.3 Ephesos. List of priests of Roma and eponymous prytaneis. Drawing of IvE 1a.9 200

12.1 Terrace House 2. Graffito of a phallus in the entrance of Unit 6. From Thür and Rathmayr 2014, pl. 111, GR 254B. Photo ÖAW-ÖAI/N. Gail 213

12.2 Terrace House 2. Heros equitans relief in the entrance of Courtyard SR 24 of Unit 2. From Zimmermann and Ladstätter 2011, fig. 66. Photo ÖAW-ÖAI/ N. Gail 214

12.3 Terrace House 2. Hekataion, probably once protecting the entrance of SR 2 of Unit 1. From Krinzinger 2010, pl. 152. Photo ÖAW-ÖAI/N. Gail 215

12.4 Terrace House 2. Wall painting with agathos daimon as snake, from Entrance 5 of Unit 4. From Zimmermann and Ladstätter 2011, fig. 141. Photo ÖAW-ÖAI/N. Gail 217

12.5 Terrace House 2. Drawing, south wall of Room 5, Unit 4, painting of an ancestor’s portrait below the niche with a funerary relief. From Rathmayr and Zimmermann 2014, fig. 3. ÖAW/IKANT 218

12.6 Terrace House 2. Wall painting showing Artemis making an offering at an altar, niche in Room 45b of Unit 7. From Zimmermann and Ladstätter 2011, fig. 224. Photo by author 220

12.7 Thymiaterion with head of Serapis, from Terrace House 2. From Zimmermann and Ladstätter 2011, fig. 69. Photo ÖAW-ÖAI/N. Gail 222

12.8 Terrace House 2. Bronze statuettes of Serapis, Isis Panthea, and Athena, from Unit 2. From Krinzinger 2010, pl. 474–76. Photo ÖAW-ÖAI/N. Gail 224

12.9 Terrace House 2. Construction sacrifice, deposited in Courtyard 21 of Unit 4. From Krinzinger 2010, fig. 55. Photo ÖAW-ÖAI/Archive 225

12.10 Terrace House 2. Graffito evoking Roma, Unit 4. From Taeuber 2005, pl. 99, GR 73. Photo ÖAW-IKANT/Archive 226

13.1 Terrace House 2. Aphrodite from Dwelling Unit 5. Photo ÖAW-ÖAI/ N. Gail 232

13.2 Terrace House 2. Gladiators. IKANT. Photo by author 234

13.3 Terrace House 2. Serapis from Dwelling Unit 7. Photo ÖAW-ÖAI/N. Gail 235

13.4 Terrace House 2. Harpocrates from Dwelling Unit 6. Photo ÖAW-ÖAI/ N. Gail 236

13.5 Terrace House 2. Thymaterion with Serapis from Dwelling Unit 6. Photo ÖAW-ÖAI/N. Gail 237

13.6 Terrace House 2. Male figurine wearing a chiton festooned with bells. IKANT. Photo by author 238

13.7 Terrace House 2. Grotesque caricature from Dwelling Unit 5. Photo ÖAW-ÖAI/N. Gail 239

13.8 Terrace House 2. Puppet in the form of a grotesque caricature from Dwelling Unit 6. Photo ÖAW-ÖAI/N. Gail 240

13.9 Terrace House 2. Head of Alexander the Great or Lysimachos (?) from Dwelling Unit 6. Photo ÖAW-ÖAI/N. Gail 242

13.10 Terrace House 1. Heros equitans relief from the predecessor Hellenistic peristyle house on the site. From Lang-Auinger 2003b, pl. 163. Photo ÖAW-ÖAI/N. Gail 244

13.11 Terrace House 2. Herm from Room 45b on the lowest terrace. Photo ÖAW-ÖAI/N. Gail 245

13.12 Terrace House 2. Female portrait from Dwelling Unit 6. Photo ÖAW-ÖAI/ N. Gail 247