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Picture No 10093144
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Description The Temple of Artemis at Ephesus (Artemesium)
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The Temple of Artemis at Ephesus, also known as the Artemesium - built by the Greeks, almost entirely from marble, in Ephesus, now part of Turkey. Destroyed by Herostratus in 356 BC in an attempt to immortalise his name.
Source Engraving by Andre Castaigne (1897) in The Century, Vol XXXIV.September 1898, p664
Credit Mary Evans Picture Library
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Mary Evans Picture No 10093144 - The Temple of Artemis at Ephesus, also known as the Artemesium - built by the Greeks, almost entirely from marble, in Ephesus, now part of Turkey.  Destroyed by Herostratus in 356 BC in an attempt to immortalise his name.

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