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Ann Book III Chapter 61: Sanctuaries in Greece: Ephesus
Ann Book XVI Chapter 23: Death of Soranus
Gth Chapter 7: The Amazones. The Caucasus.
Gth Chapter 20: Devastation of Asia.
Nwt First letter of Paul to the Corinthians Chapter 15
Nwt First letter of Paul to the Corinthians Chapter 16
Nwt First letter of Paul to the Timotheus Chapter 1
Nwt Seond letter of Paul to Timotheus Chapter 1
Nwt Seond letter of Paul to Timotheus Chapter 4
Nwt Acts chapter 18
Nwt Acts chapter 19
Nwt Acts chapter 20
Nwt Letter of Paul to the Ephesians Chapter 1
Nwt Revelations Chapter 1
Nwt Revelations Chapter 2
Plt Antony Chapter 24: Antony in Asia
Plt Antony Chapter 56: Antony and Cleopatra go to Samos
Plt Lucullus Chapter 23: Siege of Sinope
Plt Lucullus Chapter 25: Trigranes defeated.
Plt Marcellus Chapter 21: Marcellus brings beautiful plunder to Rome
Stn Caligula, Chapter 21: Public works.

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Ann Book IV Chapter 55: Embassies from Asia
Nwt Acts chapter 19
Plt Antony Chapter 58: Octavian reads Antony's will

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Nwt Acts chapter 21

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First of all came the people of Ephesus. They declared that Diana and Apollo were not born at Delos, as was the vulgar belief. They had in their own country a river Cenchrius, a grove Ortygia, where Latona, as she leaned in the pangs of labour on an olive still standing, gave birth to those two deities, whereupon the grove at the divine intimation was consecrated.
Ann Book III Chapter 61: Sanctuaries in Greece: Ephesus


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Turkey’s Ancient Metropolis of Ephesus [A]
Ephesus [A]
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Menander of Ephesus(2146)
Rufus of Ephesus(2419)
Soranus of Ephesus(1214)
Xenophon of Ephesus(1284)
Heraclitus of Ephesus(7104)
Alexander(1475)
Alexander(1476)
Demetrius(1495)
Hymeneus(1515)
Heraclides of Ephesus(3302)
Polycrates of Ephesus(3357)
Memnon of Ephesus(3512)
Stephen of Ephesus(6068)
Bassianus of Ephesus(6075)
Onesiphorus(1543)
Tyrannus(1581)
Alexander(3469)