Varius Bath

Varius Bath
Varius Bath is built of cut blocks of marble. It has three sections, frigidarium (cold water), tepidarium (warm water) and caldarium (hot water). Made of marble. Also had rooms for resting, sitting, and reading. The excavations have not been completed yet

The account of Paul's extended stay in Ephesus is found in Acts 19-20. Ephesus became an important center for early Christianity from the 50s AD. Apostle Paul probably spent two and a half years in Ephesus during his third missionary journey (Acts 19:8, 19:10, 20:31.) Ephesus is one of the Seven Churches of Revelation to whom the Apostle John wrote letters. Built during the Hellenistic era, enlarged during the Roman and Byzantine eras.

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