Library of Celsus, Ephesus, Turkey - Series of 50 Prints - Original for sale
One of the most impressive surviving buildings of the Roman Empire, reconstructed and partially restored in 1904 after earthquake damage over many years. Its original function was a repository for over 12,000 scrolls and parchments. It represents a centre of learning for early Christian scholarship during the reign of the Roman Empire.
Original for sale on enquiry