Memmius Monument at the Head of the Part of the Curetes, near the Square of Domitianus was built in honor of Memmius, grandson of Roman General and Statesman Sulla.
The monument celebrates the political victory of Sulla over king Mithridates IV of Pontus.
the Ruler who massacred 80.000 People and imposed a crippling levy on the citizens of the city of Ephesus.
Memmius, his father Caius and his grandfather, the dictator Sulla can be seen in military tyre on the reliefs between the columns of the two-teared structure.
On the Eastern Edge of the Structure can be seen an inscription in Greek and Latin that reads "Caius Memmius, son of Caius, grandson of Cornelius Sulla, the Saviour"
The northern front of the monument was most probably completed without decoration.