Sunday, January 20, 2013

From Mike's camera (some redundancy with MVP)

At the Agora of Smyrna

Downstairs at the Agora

Entering Ephesus

Michelle before the Temple of Hadrian
(or is it a monument? asks Saba)

Michael has another question for Saba

This is what Morgan looks like when
photographing the auditorium at Ephesus

Saba knows some great places for lunch

Lynn explains the St John's baptistry


Climbing around a Selcuk mosque


Michelle's reading from the Book of Revelation


Lynn uses her pinkie-finger when
pointing at especially interesting things


Most-of-group-photo at Laodicea


Sarah thinks she's teaching the
ducks to fly


1 comment:

  1. I just have to say that I was SO excited by what we saw at Laodicea that I had to get on my hands and knees to show things to the students. In the picture Mike posted I'm pointing out how the city of Laodicea is depicted as a goddess, specifically as Tyche, on a pillar. Depicting cities as goddesses and vice versa is something I study in my research, so it is exciting for me to be able to point this out to students. This is exactly why this is a course and not just a trip to Turkey!

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