Interpreting Ephesians
Monday October 13th 2008, 4:33 pm
Filed under: Archeology

Ancient Christian gravesites found in Ephesus:

The Ephesus excavations representative of the Culture and Tourism Ministry, Dr. Soner Ateşoğulları, also said … the tomb reflected the development level of the era in terms of architecture and jewelry and that it was an important part of culture history, Ateşoğulları said they concluded that the older skeletons were Pagan while the subsequent ones were Christian.

You can tell by the skeleton.


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Thanks for the heads up on a very importnat find. (Have I ever mentioned that you should visit Ephesus yourself?)

Also, I caught your wicked commentary on the sophisticated dating methods archaeologists sometimes employ. Very amusing!

Comment by Carl Sommer 10.14.08 @ 1:22 pm

Carl: I knew I could smoke you out by mentioning Ephesus.

You may have suggested, once or twice, that I should visit there. But I don’t want to go without you!

Comment by mike 10.14.08 @ 1:28 pm

Just name the time, my friend!

Comment by Carl Sommer 10.14.08 @ 1:47 pm

First comes the money, then the time!

Comment by Mike Aquilina 10.14.08 @ 4:51 pm

There’s a joke somewhere in here about Eph-ing. :)

Comment by Maureen 10.15.08 @ 12:30 pm

A colleague of mine used to talk about metaphysics as effing the ineffable.

Comment by Mike Aquilina 10.15.08 @ 2:05 pm



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