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EPISKOPEIA IN ASIA MINOR

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Although there are several complexes in Asia Minor which have been proposed as bishops’ residences, only Side, Miletus and Ephesus can be identified with certainty as episkopeia. This paper mainly focuses on these three examples, evaluating architectural elements in order to classify rooms and assess their usage. It will shed light on the physical surroundings of the late antique bishop and provide clues about his life. At the same time, the study will try to define the place of episkopeia in the architecture of the period and their physical position within the late antique city

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2006-01-01
2016-12-09

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