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Saturday - en route from Catania? "Bikini girls" mosaic at Piazza Armerina at the Villa Romana del Casale

Kusadasi, Turkey: Ancient potties made of marble.

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Biblioteca de Celso, Éfeso, Turquía #Viajes #Turismo #ClubDelSingle

Biblioteca de Celso, Éfeso, Turquía #Viajes #Turismo #ClubDelSingle

Eleusinian triad, a relief in marble of Demeter handing a stalk of grain to Triptolemus while Persephone places a garland (lost) on his head. Nefertari J. Águilar.

A relief in marble of Demeter handing a stalk of grain to Triptolemus while Persephone places a garland (lost) on his head. Fragments of an Augustan copy set in a plaster cast of the original Greek stele, ca. New York: Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Delfi, Greece

Oracle in Delphi, Greece. The Sphinx would devour anyone who could not answer her riddle in the story of (Oedipus Rex)

Ephesus, Kusadasi, Turkey   This will be the highlight...seeing the city where Paul spent 2 years of his life preaching and teaching.

Ephesus, Kusadasi, Turkey city where Paul spent 2 years of his life preaching and teaching.

The vestal virgins lived in the House of the Vestal Virgins on the Forum Romanum, near the Temple of Vesta. The order of the vestals was disbanded in 394 AD, when non-Christian cults were banned.

The Ancient Roman Vestal Virgins. Photo taken from the House of the Vestal Virgins in the Roman Forum, Rome. The Vestal Virgins.

Base of the Herodium

Search for Tomb of King Herod

Most scholars had assumed King Herod the Great, who ruled Judea between 37 and 4 B., was buried at the Herodium complex in the mountains south of Jerusalem. But his final resting place remained a mystery until when archaeologists uncovered Herod's

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