Article 4 will be about the areas he worked on excavations at Ephesus Ancient City his memories and some unknown areas yet to be discovered.
This blog post is consisted of more personal stories so it will be interesting for not only tour guides for Ephesus but also for the general audience who is interested in discovery stories.
What are the effects of technology to Archaeology?
The structure he thought was the Synagogue of Ephesus?
Stoa of Alitarc at the entrance of Ephesus Terrace Houses?
The Turkish Movie that was filmed here...
His thoughts on delivering the information to tourists
Is there a relation between Narthex plant and some ancient settlements?
The undug area across the Terrace Houses in Ephesus.
The theory of Lyzimakhos’ Villa at Ephesus Ancient City.
Then they check if the found a wall how long it goes to different directions only by excavating the area as a conventional practice.
But now the technology is so advanced, there is geophysics radar, geo-radar, you run that system and see how long the walls would go underneath without needing any excavation.
And he gives some interesting information about the radar scanned parts of Ephesus.
at the Upper entrance ticket office, there is a path going towards Domitian Temple and the Terrace Houses. There has been a geo-radar ground survey practiced over there, and they found out that there is a majestic avenue underneath, the columns are still standing.
But I am not for it to be excavated, because the technology is in a progress and developing every day. We do not want to experience the same things that happened in Terrace Houses Unit 1.
First you need to find the funds to preserve and restore then you should start excavating.
It reminds him straight the Synagogue of Sardis and he reckons they found the Synagogue in Ephesus as well.
It turns out it's just a extraordinarily beautiful road junction where they placed this fountain.