Oracles & Ruins: The Apollo Temple at Didyma

The Apollo Temple at Didyma In almost all the buildings, monuments and homes across the globe, you can find Greek-Architectural influence. No matter where you look, coming across a piece of Greek history, is sometimes just as easy as looking out your front door. One of the most significant of Greek Architectures, and mystical culture,Continue reading “Oracles & Ruins: The Apollo Temple at Didyma”

Sarcophagus of Junius Bassus

Junius Bassus was the son of Junius Annius Bassus, who became prefect of Rome. Because he was in public office, and most of Rome still practiced pagan beliefs, Junius was not baptized only when he was on his deathbed. Although the sarcophagus was carved almost 50 years after the Edict of Milan, that established religiousContinue reading “Sarcophagus of Junius Bassus”