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First Century Ephesus. Religious Cults. The Roman City. The Ephesus of St. Paul & Associates Sheila E. McGinn, Ph.D. Paul’s Activities in Ephesus. Capital of Asia. Trade Routes. Ephesus after Paul. Select Bibliography. Instructions: - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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  • First Century EphesusThe Ephesus of St. Paul & AssociatesSheila E. McGinn, Ph.D.The Roman CityCapital of AsiaReligious CultsEphesus after PaulTrade RoutesPauls Activities in EphesusSelect Bibliography

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    Ephesus, The Roman CityFounded in the Second Century BCEDeforestation for cultivationCity grew by leaps and boundsApartments for the wealthySurrounded by estates and villasall the amenities of Roman urban life: luxuries, leisure, comfort, slavesInstructions: Delete sample document icon and replace with working document icons as follows:

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    Capital of Roman AsiaThird-largest city in the EmpirePopulation 250,000 - 500,000 or moreTheater holds 25,000 at onceAristocratic families gaining influence in Rome through links with Senatorial classInstructions: Delete sample document icon and replace with working document icons as follows:

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    Trade RoutesGreat port on the MediterraneanNear Greece and North Africa, the bread basket of the EmpireCentral land routes, inluding the Via EgnatiaInstructions: Delete sample document icon and replace with working document icons as follows:

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    Religious CultsTemple to Diana one of the seven wonders of the ancient worldTraditional Mother-Goddess worship found throughout AsiaOriental cults gaining influence, especially those of Isis, Mithras, and JudaismInstructions: Delete sample document icon and replace with working document icons as follows:

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    Pauls Activities in EphesusFirst visit ca. AD 48 during second missionary journeySecond visit, beginning ca. 52, lasts several yearsthree-year imprisonment ca. 54-56writes imprisonment letters to Corinth -- and probably also those to Philippi & PhilemonInstructions: Delete sample document icon and replace with working document icons as follows:

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    Ephesus after PaulContinues as center of Christian movement in AsiaJohn the Seer leads churches thereMade first collection of Pauls lettersIncrease in significance of imperial cult and anti-Christian antagonismProblems with harbor

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    Select BibliographyEphesos: Metropolis of Asia. An interdisciplinary approach to its archaeology, religion and culture, ed. Helmut Koester. (Harvard Theological Studies 41; Valley Forge, PA: Trinity Press International, c1995).McGinn links on Paul, accessible from my homepage at http://www.jcu.edu/bible/mcginn/index.htmExcavation reports by University of Austria

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