Miletus was an ancient Greek city on the western coast of Anatolia, near the
mouth of the Maeander River in ancient Caria. Its ruins are located near the
Miletus was located on a small peninsula that jutted from the south into the bay of
the Meander River. The ancient bay made an obstacle for direct land travel ...
In ancient times, Miletus was located on the coast at the mouth of the River
Meander. Its four harbors and strategic location on the west coast of Asia Minor
Nov 24, 2008 ... Miletus, Byzantine Palation, Turkish Balat, ancient Greek city of western ... The
neo-Hittite state of Patina, located on the seacoast around ...
The New Testament mentions Miletus as the site where the Apostle Paul in 57 ...
MILE´TUS (Milesius), once the most flourishing city of Ionia, was situated on the ...
May 7, 2012 ... Ephesus was also the location of much work by the Apostle Paul (Acts 19). In the
afternoon we drove south to the ruins of the city of Miletus.
Located on the southern edge of the Meander River flood plain, 22 km (14 miles)
south of Priene (map), Miletus was an important Ionian city for 1400 years, from ...
Northwest half of cavea and orchestra, from SE, Miletus, Theater ... This
uppermost tier was destroyed with the construction of a mediaeval citadel in this
The early Archaic city of Miletus appears to have been centered around the
temple of Athena, located between the southwestern Athena harbor and the
May 10, 2016 ... He settled in Asia Minor, where he founded the city of Miletus. There ... are
located under thick layers of sediment deposits of the river Meander.