Ephesus in the 1st Millennium: was it destroyed three times, or only once? 

by Gunnar Heinsohn

Readers who are investigating my theories on the chronology of the 1st millennium AD/CE are now searching even more intently for towns in which evidence of the three epochs we call Antiquity, Late Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages lie one on top of the other in three distinct layers that show an evolution of building styles.  Probably no town other than Rome is better suited for such a search than Ephesus in Asia Minor...

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