Virtual reconstruction of the Theatre of Ephesus, Turkey | 2017

This giant structure was an important station on the route of the Artemis procession. The construction of the theater began in Hellenistic times. In Roman times, during the reign of Emperor Claudius (41-54 AD), the theater was enlarged. It seated some 25.000 spectators. According to the Bible, the silversmith Demetrius opposed St. Paul in the theatre.
The rendering of the theatre will illustrate the Ephesus part of the book series ‘La aventura de la arqueología’ from Tecam, RBA, National Geographic.

Theatre of Ephesus

Theatre of Ephesus

The theatre of Ephesus nowoto

The theatre of Ephesus now

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  1. Hasan Gül

    Hi, it is amazing to see your brilliant studies.

    Can we use your reconstruction pictures with your name and website reference on picture at our application/web site?

  2. Çalışmanız için çok terşekkür ederim.

  3. Meltem Cıftci

    How did you depict those sharp bright colors ? For example that red color at the theater ? How can one know the details of the colors?

    Thank you for the good work though.

  4. Ahmet Cicek


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