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Synonyms for Ephesus

an ancient Greek city on the western shore of Asia Minor in what is now Turkey

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the third ecumenical council in 431 which declared Mary as mother of God and condemned Pelagius

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Comedy of Errors tells the tale of two sets of identical twins, whom were all separated at birth: Antipholus of Syracuse (Dugald Bruce-Lockhart) and Antipholus of Ephesus (Sam Swainsbury), along with their servants Dromio of Syracuse (Richard Frame) and Dromio of Ephesus (Jon Trenchard).
from Venice to Barcelona, Istanbul, Princess Mykonos, Ephesus, Athens, and Livorno, Rome, Monaco Naples, flights from pounds 1,848, including and ex-Manchester transfers IT had been a week of champagne, steak and lobster but right now the tastiest thing on the menu was a carrot.
Paul is in prison in Ephesus (late 54 or early 55).
Ephesus is held to be one of the most impressive outdoor museums of Turkey, if not of the entire world.
Writing from Ephesus about 10 years before Mark, Paul addresses problems in the fledgling church at Corinth.
Exhaustively researched, From the Harpy Tomb to the Wonders of Ephesus covers the amazing true stories behind the intelligent and driven men who led expeditions, reconstructs their labors and rewards, and analyzes the ripple effect of their discoveries.
A seven-night Eastern Mediterranean fly/cruise, sailing from Rome, calling at Sicily, Athens, Ephesus and Kusadasi in Turkey and Heraklion in Crete, costs from pounds 953pp.
After Ankara, the pope will visit Izmir, Ephesus and Istanbul during his trip.
Benedict will travel to Ankara, Istanbul, Ephesus and Izmir during his first visit to a predominantly Muslim country.
shared a house in Ephesus with Aunt Mary until her "dormition," when she fell asleep and was assumed into heaven.
Disease control is as good as the next set of natural circumstances, for as Herakleitos of Ephesus put it 2,500 years ago, "You cannot step twice into the same river, for fresh waters are ever flowing upon you" (9).
Russell, Cyril of Alexandria [2000]), together with fresh studies of the historical and theological issues of the period (discussed and cited in his preface [xi] and expanded bibliographies [403-20]) have set the stage for a needed reassessment of the historical context and the theological issues surrounding the debate between Cyril, Patriarch of Alexandria, and Nestorius, Patriarch of Constantinople, culminating in the Council of Ephesus, 431.
Deftly documenting an emerging appreciation for, and understanding of, the historical impact of a diminished prominence of the Goddess (many of whose attributes were to be subsumed in the Christian cult of the Virgin Mary), Savage Breast expertly covers diverse female deities including such goddesses as Aphrodite, Artemis of Ephesus, Demeter, Hera, Hekate, and others.
THE ARRIVAL of a man and his servant in Ephesus has the locals seeing double.
On the day that Alexander was born, the temple of the goddess Artemis at Ephesus burned down.