Aegean Odyssey ODYSSEY AEGEAN ATHENS  to  INSTANBUL
Aegean Odyssey Siren Siren Odysseus and the Sirens
AEGEAN ODYSSEY – OVERALL MAP
First Some back ground SOME  BACKGROUND
WHY ALL THE FUSS ABOUT THE GREEKS?
WHY ALL THE FUSS ABOUT THE GREEKS? “ Greek accomplishments were truly amazing But certain elements had been lacking until ...
WHY ALL THE FUSS ABOUT THE GREEKS? But: The Greeks invented: Science Philosophy - they speculated freely about the nature ...
AFTER A BRIEF SHINING MOMENT Athens Today Athens 1800 3.7 million 4,000 Didn’t know they were lost GREECE ALL BUT DISSAPPE...
GREEKS ASCEND – YEARS BC - BP 1400 – 1100 1250 776 499 – 478 494– 429 448 – 432 431 – 432 Mycenaean Civilization 3400 – 31...
GREEKS DECEND 336 BC – 323 BC 323BC – 1204 AD 1204- 1453 1453 – 1820 143 - 176 Destruction of Artemis Temple completed by ...
Athens andnthe pele Athens  Peloponnese And  The
HOTEL IN ATHENS
MAKING THE PHOTO
HOTEL IN ATHENS
COMPOSITE OF PARLIAMENT BUILDING BEFORE On  Sindgama (Constitution) Square.
COMPOSITE OF PARLIAMENT BUILDING AFTER On  Sindgama (Constitution) Square.
VIEW DOWN ERMOU STREET
VIEW DOWN ERMOU STREET Not quite so crowded
DIGITAL PROCESSING SOFTWARE  Not necessarily the only software Picassa, Google
A BYZANTINE CHURCH ON ERMOU ST The Turks used to own the place
SIDE STREET OFF ERMOU STREET
RUINS ARE EVERYWHERE
RUINS ARE EVERYWHERE Artifacts from Metro Subway Construction
THE ANCIENT AGORA Stoa Acropolis
INSIDE THE STOA
THE HEPHAISTION Typical Doric Temple Dedicated to Hephaistos and Athena
COLUMN CAPITAL TYPES Corinthian Doric Ionic “ EYE onic” “ Dull” “ Complex”
GREEK ARCHITECTURE POPULAR TODAY Ionic capitols on NY building
GREEK ARCHITECTURE POPULAR TODAY Some more randomly selected examples
ONE OF THE MOST RECOGNIZABLE PLACES Parthenon Proplyaia Odeon of Herodus
STROLLING THE ACROPOLIS
ATHENS IN 1687 by Venetian  General Morosini  Against Defending Turks, Sept 26 Drawing By Venetian Engineer During a Siege
THE WEST FACE OF PARATHENON Attempts at repair have been partially successful
PART OF FRIEZE FROM PARTHENON In British Museum.  Lord Elgin moved them in 1800-1810
ELGIN MARBLE DISPLAY HALL
COPIES OF FRIEZE IN BILTMORE HOUSE
CRANE NEAR PARTHENON
WHY PARTHENON IS SO GREAT
PARTHENON RECONSTRUCTION WORK PLACE
RECONSTRUCTION WORK STYLE ORIGINAL NEW
THE THEATER OF DI0NYSIUS Approx. 650 BC – 400 BC
A VIEW FROM THE ACROPOLIS Hephaistian
A VIEW FROM THE ACROPOLIS - OPPOSITE DIRECTION
“EARLIER” PHOTO OF ACROPOLIS
RECONSTRUCTION OF ACROPOLIS Proplyaia Parthenon Odeon of Herodus
INTERIOR OF PARTHENON - NOW Before major reconstruction WORK
INTERIOR OF  PARTHENON  - BEFORE Athena, goddess of wisdom, war, the arts industry, justice and skill.
THE THEATER OF DI0NYSIOUS Now
RECONSTRUCTION OF DIONYSIS THEATER Before
AEGEAN ODYSSEY –CORINTH
THE CORINTH CANAL Under Construction Opened Oct 1893
RUINS OF CORINTH Temple to Apollo Agora
AEGEAN ODYSSEY – EPIDARUS
THEATER AT EPIDARUS
LOOKING DOWN AT THEATER
VIEW FROM THE TOP OF THEATER
HARBOR AT NAPLIA French Fort
SUNSET AT NAPLIA
AEGEAN ODYSSEY – MYCENAE
RUINS OF MYCENAE
DISCOVERY OF RUINS OF MYCENAE AND TROY Discovered by Heinrich Schliemann Based on belief in the Iliad Mycenae, 1876 Troy, ...
DISCOVERY OF RUINS OF MYCENAE AND TROY Troy fortification wall - photo from web
LIONS GATE – ENTRANCE TO MYCENAE
DEATH OF AGAMEMNON
VIEW FROM MYCENAE
VIEW FROM MYCENAE
ENTRANCE TO ATREUS’S (AGAMEMNON’S FATHER) TOMB
INTERIOR OF ATREUS’S TOMB
Sailing the aegean SAILING AEGEAN THE
WINDSTAR UNDER SAIL Length:  440 ft 74 state rooms Displaces 5350 tons
LOOKING FORWARD
WINE AND CHEESE WHILE DEPARTING PAREUS
PARTHENON FROM DEPARTING SHIP
AEGEAN ODYSSEY – HYDRA
OFF TO HYDRA “ Dragon-ship” hydrofoil
IDYLLIC HYDRA
GREAT PLACE FOR LUNCH
PANORAMIC VIEW FROM LUNCH SPOT
WEDDING PARTY ON WAY TO RESTAURANT
TYPICAL HYDRA STREET
AEGEAN ODYSSEY – SANTORINI Santorini from St. Irene.  Greeks call island Thera
APPROACHING SANTORINI AT DAWN Earlier foto
APPROACHING SANTORINI AT DAWN Earlier foto
APPROACHING SANTORINI AT DAWN Earlier foto
APPROACHING SANTORINI AT DAWN Earlier foto
APPROACHING SANTORINI AT DAWN
SANTORINI FROM WINDSTAR
LATE BREAKING SANTORINI ERUPTION INFO Archeological association with Egypt: Eruption ca 1520 BC Recent studies ca: 1627-16...
WINDSTAR FROM SANTORINI
WINDSTAR FROM SANTORINI
FROM FAR END OF SANTORINI
CLOSER VIEW ALONG SANTORINI
BLUE MOSQUES EVERYWHERE
VIEW FROM ANOTHER LOVELY LUNCH SPOT
DEPARTING SANTORINI
LIFE ABOARD THE WINDSTAR Couple Celebrating 50 th  Wedding Anniversary
LIFE ABOARD THE WINDSTAR Turkish Delights
AEGEAN ODYSSEY –  RHODES
ON TO RHODES, HARBOR ENTRANCE
LINDOS, EARLIEST SETTLEMENT ON RHODES Founded ca 1200-1300 BC Strategic Location Height of Power 600 BC First Law of Sea
LINDOS, EARLIEST SETTLEMENT ON RHODES A Bit Closer
LINDOS, EARLIEST SETTLEMENT ON RHODES
WHERE GUNS OF NAVARONNE WAS FILMED
PALACE OF THE GRAND MASTERS KNIGHTS OF RHODES Crusader castle built in 1309 by Knights of St. John
ENTRANCE, PALACE OF GRAND MASTERS, KNIGHTS OF RHODES
3 OF SEVEN WONDERS OF ANCIENT WORLD Collosus of Rhodes Tomb of Mausolus  Temple of Artemis Hanging Gardens Lighthouse at P...
WHY SEVEN? Sun Moon Ven Mars Sat Mer Jup EARTH Seven appears many times in all cultures,  But, haven’t found any explanati...
COLLOSUS OF RHODES ?
THE “REAL” COLLUSUS 294-282 BC 226 BC 110 Feet Tall
PROBABLE LOCATION OF COLLOSUS
AEGEAN ODYSSEY – BODRUM & HALICARNASUS
BODRUM AND HALICARNASSUS
MORE COLORFUL BOATS
LOCATION, TOMB OF MAUSOLUS
RECONSTRUCTION OF TOMB
RECONSTRUCTED CRUSADER CASTLE Castle of St. Peter, built by Knights Hospitallers of St John, 1415 In 1494, used remains of...
AEGEAN ODYSSEY – KUSADASI & EPHESUS
ENTERING THE HARBOR AT KUSADASI
ATATURK WELCOMES US TO TURKEY
AERIAL VIEW OF EPHESUS
DOWN CURETTO STREET IN EPHESUS
MODERN AND ANCIENT MIXED
ALL THE COMFORTS OF HOME
RECONSTRUCTED HOUSE
LIBRARY AT EPHESUS
THIRD WONDER - TEMPLE OF ARTEMIS Only one column remains
TEMPLE OF ARTEMIS - RECONSTRUCTED 8 columns
STATUE OF ARTEMIS  Ancient Goddess of Fertility
COINS – ONE METHOD FOR RECONSTRUCTING Artemis in Greece =  Diana in Rome
AEGEAN ODYSSEY – ISTANBUL Mycenae . Bodrum . . istanbul . Troy Santorini . . hydra epidarus .
TOWARD ISTANBUL AT SUNSET
VIEW DOWN SPICE BAZAR
AN INTERESTING SPICE
THE HAGI SOPHIA MOSQUE Built by Emporer Justinian as Christian Church, 532- 537 Converted to Mosque by Sultan Mehmet I, co...
TOPKAPI PALACE Built by Sultan Mehmet – home to all sultans until 1860
SULTANS BEDROOM, TOPKAPI PALACE
JEWEL IN TOPKAPI MUSEUM
THE BLUE MOSQUE
POURING APPLE JUICE OUTSIDE BLUE MOSQUE
BLUE MOSQUE, CLOSE-UP
INSIDE BLUE MOSQUE
INSIDE BLUE MOSQUE Column from Artemis Temple
BRIDGING TWO CONTINENTS BRIDGE OVER BOSPORUS Europe Asia
ENTRANCE TO THE GRAND BAZAAR
MAIN STREET IN GRAND BAZAAR
TYPICAL SHOP
MORE SHOPS
HOMEWARD BOUND
TAKING THE PICTURE M L
TAKING THE PICTURE M L M L W
TAKING THE PICTURE M L M L W M L W ym ym ym
TAKING THE PICTURE M L M L W M L W ym ym ym M L W ym ym ym “ All’s Well That Ends Well”
Aegean Odyssey ODYSSEY AEGEAN THE END
 
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This Power Point traces our journey from Athens to Istanbul with stops at Mycenea, Santorini, Rhodes and Istanbu. Truly a trip of a lifetime

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  • "At sea once more we had to pass the Sirens , whose sweet singing lures sailors to their doom. I had stopped up the ears of my crew with wax, and I alone listened while lashed to the mast, powerless to steer toward shipwreck. Next came Charybdis , who swallows the sea in a whirlpool, then spits it up again. Avoiding this we skirted the cliff where Scylla exacts her toll. Each of her six slavering maws grabbed a sailor and wolfed him down. Finally we were becalmed on the island of the Sun. My men disregarded all warnings and sacrificed his cattle, so back at sea Zeus sent a thunderbolt that smashed the ship. I alone survived, washing up on the island of Calypso.
  • First a few words – this book contains following quote – perhaps best re greeks I’ve seen
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  • transport them over 1000 miles from Athens to Istanbul. In the course of 13 days, they would visit numerous archeological and historical sites, spanning 3600 years of civilzation, view many places of magnificent beauty; enjoy great food and companionship.
  • transport them over 1000 miles from Athens to Istanbul. In the course of 13 days, they would visit numerous archeological and historical sites, spanning 3600 years of civilzation, view many places of magnificent beauty; enjoy great food and companionship.
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  • Anciernt foundation unceoveredto build anew
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  • The Acropolis is seen from the southwest, showing the Propylaia (entrance), the Temple of Athena Nike, part of the Erechtheion, and the Parthenon. Also visible on the South Slope are the Odeion of Herodes Atticus. In the distance is the Likovitas Hill
  • Earlier photo of accropolis
  • Reasonable reconstruction of acropolis
  • Athena, the Greek goddess of wisdom, war, the arts, industry, justice and skill.
  • The Acropolis is seen from the southwest, showing the Propylaia (entrance), the Temple of Athena Nike, part of the Erechtheion, and the Parthenon. Also visible on the South Slope are the Odeion of Herodes Atticus. In the distance is the Likovitas Hill
  • The tyrant of Corinth, Periander , was the first who envisioned the Corinth Canal in 602BC , The first serious attempt at the canals construction was by Emperor Nero , who in 67AD , The idea for the canal was left unfinished, until it was revived again during the late 1800’s . After several false starts, the Corinth Canal was finally completed , and put in use, on October 28th 1893 . The work on the canal was carried out by a combination of French and Greek workmen. The Corinth Canal was actually based on the “Panama ans Suez Canals” , and has often been referred to as the “step-child” of these canals.
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  • Have investigated this a bit. Seven appears in many cutural items, but have not found any where why seven – haven’t looked that closely, but I beleive this is the reason
  • Col built –294-282 Collapsed ca 226 bc Arabs carried off most in ad 654
  • In 1309 the knights established their headquarters in Rhodes, taking up the sword for the cause of the Cross. Their military operations expanded fast: they took the islands of Cos and Castellorizo (Meis), where they built great castles; in 1374 they acquired Smyrna (Izmir). Losing the latter in 1402, they were granted Halicarnassus as a quid pro quo by the Ottoman Sultan. Here they built in 1415 the magnificent castle of St.Peter, one of the greatest medieval monuments of the world, and the town was thereafter known as Petrium in reference to its castle; Turks pronounced it Bodrum. Knights, in 1494, used remains fo maus to fortify castle
  • This Wonder is well documented in its design and many of its details. The exact size, number, and arrangement of its incredible columns is well known. The front row of columns had ornate relief sculptures around the base, depicting human subjects in festive poses. One of these relief column sculpture pieces is well preserved in the collection of the British Museum. The Goddess herself, Artemis, was represented by a statue in the center of the ceiling panel, and copies of that statue are in several museum collections. http://www.billmunnsgallery.com/swgallery.html
  • This Wonder is well documented in its design and many of its details. The exact size, number, and arrangement of its incredible columns is well known. The front row of columns had ornate relief sculptures around the base, depicting human subjects in festive poses. One of these relief column sculpture pieces is well preserved in the collection of the British Museum. The Goddess herself, Artemis, was represented by a statue in the center of the ceiling panel, and copies of that statue are in several museum collections. http://www.billmunnsgallery.com/swgallery.html
  • Aegean odyssey

    1. 1. Aegean Odyssey ODYSSEY AEGEAN ATHENS to INSTANBUL
    2. 2. Aegean Odyssey Siren Siren Odysseus and the Sirens
    3. 3. AEGEAN ODYSSEY – OVERALL MAP
    4. 4. First Some back ground SOME BACKGROUND
    5. 5. WHY ALL THE FUSS ABOUT THE GREEKS?
    6. 6. WHY ALL THE FUSS ABOUT THE GREEKS? “ Greek accomplishments were truly amazing But certain elements had been lacking until the Greeks supplied them. Civilizations had existed for thousands of years in Egypt and in Mesopotamia, Greek accomplishments in architecture and the arts are well known
    7. 7. WHY ALL THE FUSS ABOUT THE GREEKS? But: The Greeks invented: Science Philosophy - they speculated freely about the nature of the world and the ends of life. Greeks first wrote history as opposed to mere annals” Mathematics as opposed to counting Artistotle understood that fossils represented extinct animals and that the earth was very old Artistarchus, ca 300 BC, deduced the heliocentric solar system long before Copernicus
    8. 8. AFTER A BRIEF SHINING MOMENT Athens Today Athens 1800 3.7 million 4,000 Didn’t know they were lost GREECE ALL BUT DISSAPPEARED Temple of Zeus – reconstruction – one of 7 wonders
    9. 9. GREEKS ASCEND – YEARS BC - BP 1400 – 1100 1250 776 499 – 478 494– 429 448 – 432 431 – 432 Mycenaean Civilization 3400 – 3100 War between Mycenae and Troy 3250 Olympic Games 2776 Greek – Persian Wars 2499 – 2478 Golden Age 2494 – 2429 Construction of Parthenon 2448 – 2432 Peloponnesian War – Athens and Sparta 2431 – 2432
    10. 10. GREEKS DECEND 336 BC – 323 BC 323BC – 1204 AD 1204- 1453 1453 – 1820 143 - 176 Destruction of Artemis Temple completed by St. John Chrysostom Ca 1800, Greek war of independnce 1821- 1831 Elgin takes Parthenon marbles to London Turkish domination of Greece Greece divided between Venice and France 401 Pausanius visits, records Greece Roman domination of Greece Alexander conquers Greece - Persia
    11. 11. Athens andnthe pele Athens Peloponnese And The
    12. 12. HOTEL IN ATHENS
    13. 13. MAKING THE PHOTO
    14. 14. HOTEL IN ATHENS
    15. 15. COMPOSITE OF PARLIAMENT BUILDING BEFORE On Sindgama (Constitution) Square.
    16. 16. COMPOSITE OF PARLIAMENT BUILDING AFTER On Sindgama (Constitution) Square.
    17. 17. VIEW DOWN ERMOU STREET
    18. 18. VIEW DOWN ERMOU STREET Not quite so crowded
    19. 19. DIGITAL PROCESSING SOFTWARE Not necessarily the only software Picassa, Google
    20. 20. A BYZANTINE CHURCH ON ERMOU ST The Turks used to own the place
    21. 21. SIDE STREET OFF ERMOU STREET
    22. 22. RUINS ARE EVERYWHERE
    23. 23. RUINS ARE EVERYWHERE Artifacts from Metro Subway Construction
    24. 24. THE ANCIENT AGORA Stoa Acropolis
    25. 25. INSIDE THE STOA
    26. 26. THE HEPHAISTION Typical Doric Temple Dedicated to Hephaistos and Athena
    27. 27. COLUMN CAPITAL TYPES Corinthian Doric Ionic “ EYE onic” “ Dull” “ Complex”
    28. 28. GREEK ARCHITECTURE POPULAR TODAY Ionic capitols on NY building
    29. 29. GREEK ARCHITECTURE POPULAR TODAY Some more randomly selected examples
    30. 30. ONE OF THE MOST RECOGNIZABLE PLACES Parthenon Proplyaia Odeon of Herodus
    31. 31. STROLLING THE ACROPOLIS
    32. 32. ATHENS IN 1687 by Venetian General Morosini Against Defending Turks, Sept 26 Drawing By Venetian Engineer During a Siege
    33. 33. THE WEST FACE OF PARATHENON Attempts at repair have been partially successful
    34. 34. PART OF FRIEZE FROM PARTHENON In British Museum. Lord Elgin moved them in 1800-1810
    35. 35. ELGIN MARBLE DISPLAY HALL
    36. 36. COPIES OF FRIEZE IN BILTMORE HOUSE
    37. 37. CRANE NEAR PARTHENON
    38. 38. WHY PARTHENON IS SO GREAT
    39. 39. PARTHENON RECONSTRUCTION WORK PLACE
    40. 40. RECONSTRUCTION WORK STYLE ORIGINAL NEW
    41. 41. THE THEATER OF DI0NYSIUS Approx. 650 BC – 400 BC
    42. 42. A VIEW FROM THE ACROPOLIS Hephaistian
    43. 43. A VIEW FROM THE ACROPOLIS - OPPOSITE DIRECTION
    44. 44. “EARLIER” PHOTO OF ACROPOLIS
    45. 45. RECONSTRUCTION OF ACROPOLIS Proplyaia Parthenon Odeon of Herodus
    46. 46. INTERIOR OF PARTHENON - NOW Before major reconstruction WORK
    47. 47. INTERIOR OF PARTHENON - BEFORE Athena, goddess of wisdom, war, the arts industry, justice and skill.
    48. 48. THE THEATER OF DI0NYSIOUS Now
    49. 49. RECONSTRUCTION OF DIONYSIS THEATER Before
    50. 50. AEGEAN ODYSSEY –CORINTH
    51. 51. THE CORINTH CANAL Under Construction Opened Oct 1893
    52. 52. RUINS OF CORINTH Temple to Apollo Agora
    53. 53. AEGEAN ODYSSEY – EPIDARUS
    54. 54. THEATER AT EPIDARUS
    55. 55. LOOKING DOWN AT THEATER
    56. 56. VIEW FROM THE TOP OF THEATER
    57. 57. HARBOR AT NAPLIA French Fort
    58. 58. SUNSET AT NAPLIA
    59. 59. AEGEAN ODYSSEY – MYCENAE
    60. 60. RUINS OF MYCENAE
    61. 61. DISCOVERY OF RUINS OF MYCENAE AND TROY Discovered by Heinrich Schliemann Based on belief in the Iliad Mycenae, 1876 Troy, 1871-3
    62. 62. DISCOVERY OF RUINS OF MYCENAE AND TROY Troy fortification wall - photo from web
    63. 63. LIONS GATE – ENTRANCE TO MYCENAE
    64. 64. DEATH OF AGAMEMNON
    65. 65. VIEW FROM MYCENAE
    66. 66. VIEW FROM MYCENAE
    67. 67. ENTRANCE TO ATREUS’S (AGAMEMNON’S FATHER) TOMB
    68. 68. INTERIOR OF ATREUS’S TOMB
    69. 69. Sailing the aegean SAILING AEGEAN THE
    70. 70. WINDSTAR UNDER SAIL Length: 440 ft 74 state rooms Displaces 5350 tons
    71. 71. LOOKING FORWARD
    72. 72. WINE AND CHEESE WHILE DEPARTING PAREUS
    73. 73. PARTHENON FROM DEPARTING SHIP
    74. 74. AEGEAN ODYSSEY – HYDRA
    75. 75. OFF TO HYDRA “ Dragon-ship” hydrofoil
    76. 76. IDYLLIC HYDRA
    77. 77. GREAT PLACE FOR LUNCH
    78. 78. PANORAMIC VIEW FROM LUNCH SPOT
    79. 79. WEDDING PARTY ON WAY TO RESTAURANT
    80. 80. TYPICAL HYDRA STREET
    81. 81. AEGEAN ODYSSEY – SANTORINI Santorini from St. Irene. Greeks call island Thera
    82. 82. APPROACHING SANTORINI AT DAWN Earlier foto
    83. 83. APPROACHING SANTORINI AT DAWN Earlier foto
    84. 84. APPROACHING SANTORINI AT DAWN Earlier foto
    85. 85. APPROACHING SANTORINI AT DAWN Earlier foto
    86. 86. APPROACHING SANTORINI AT DAWN
    87. 87. SANTORINI FROM WINDSTAR
    88. 88. LATE BREAKING SANTORINI ERUPTION INFO Archeological association with Egypt: Eruption ca 1520 BC Recent studies ca: 1627-1600 BC
    89. 89. WINDSTAR FROM SANTORINI
    90. 90. WINDSTAR FROM SANTORINI
    91. 91. FROM FAR END OF SANTORINI
    92. 92. CLOSER VIEW ALONG SANTORINI
    93. 93. BLUE MOSQUES EVERYWHERE
    94. 94. VIEW FROM ANOTHER LOVELY LUNCH SPOT
    95. 95. DEPARTING SANTORINI
    96. 96. LIFE ABOARD THE WINDSTAR Couple Celebrating 50 th Wedding Anniversary
    97. 97. LIFE ABOARD THE WINDSTAR Turkish Delights
    98. 98. AEGEAN ODYSSEY – RHODES
    99. 99. ON TO RHODES, HARBOR ENTRANCE
    100. 100. LINDOS, EARLIEST SETTLEMENT ON RHODES Founded ca 1200-1300 BC Strategic Location Height of Power 600 BC First Law of Sea
    101. 101. LINDOS, EARLIEST SETTLEMENT ON RHODES A Bit Closer
    102. 102. LINDOS, EARLIEST SETTLEMENT ON RHODES
    103. 103. WHERE GUNS OF NAVARONNE WAS FILMED
    104. 104. PALACE OF THE GRAND MASTERS KNIGHTS OF RHODES Crusader castle built in 1309 by Knights of St. John
    105. 105. ENTRANCE, PALACE OF GRAND MASTERS, KNIGHTS OF RHODES
    106. 106. 3 OF SEVEN WONDERS OF ANCIENT WORLD Collosus of Rhodes Tomb of Mausolus Temple of Artemis Hanging Gardens Lighthouse at Pharos Pyramids Temple of Zeus
    107. 107. WHY SEVEN? Sun Moon Ven Mars Sat Mer Jup EARTH Seven appears many times in all cultures, But, haven’t found any explanations Maybe this is reason
    108. 108. COLLOSUS OF RHODES ?
    109. 109. THE “REAL” COLLUSUS 294-282 BC 226 BC 110 Feet Tall
    110. 110. PROBABLE LOCATION OF COLLOSUS
    111. 111. AEGEAN ODYSSEY – BODRUM & HALICARNASUS
    112. 112. BODRUM AND HALICARNASSUS
    113. 113. MORE COLORFUL BOATS
    114. 114. LOCATION, TOMB OF MAUSOLUS
    115. 115. RECONSTRUCTION OF TOMB
    116. 116. RECONSTRUCTED CRUSADER CASTLE Castle of St. Peter, built by Knights Hospitallers of St John, 1415 In 1494, used remains of Mausolus Tomb to fortify
    117. 117. AEGEAN ODYSSEY – KUSADASI & EPHESUS
    118. 118. ENTERING THE HARBOR AT KUSADASI
    119. 119. ATATURK WELCOMES US TO TURKEY
    120. 120. AERIAL VIEW OF EPHESUS
    121. 121. DOWN CURETTO STREET IN EPHESUS
    122. 122. MODERN AND ANCIENT MIXED
    123. 123. ALL THE COMFORTS OF HOME
    124. 124. RECONSTRUCTED HOUSE
    125. 125. LIBRARY AT EPHESUS
    126. 126. THIRD WONDER - TEMPLE OF ARTEMIS Only one column remains
    127. 127. TEMPLE OF ARTEMIS - RECONSTRUCTED 8 columns
    128. 128. STATUE OF ARTEMIS Ancient Goddess of Fertility
    129. 129. COINS – ONE METHOD FOR RECONSTRUCTING Artemis in Greece = Diana in Rome
    130. 130. AEGEAN ODYSSEY – ISTANBUL Mycenae . Bodrum . . istanbul . Troy Santorini . . hydra epidarus .
    131. 131. TOWARD ISTANBUL AT SUNSET
    132. 132. VIEW DOWN SPICE BAZAR
    133. 133. AN INTERESTING SPICE
    134. 134. THE HAGI SOPHIA MOSQUE Built by Emporer Justinian as Christian Church, 532- 537 Converted to Mosque by Sultan Mehmet I, conquerer of Istanbul
    135. 135. TOPKAPI PALACE Built by Sultan Mehmet – home to all sultans until 1860
    136. 136. SULTANS BEDROOM, TOPKAPI PALACE
    137. 137. JEWEL IN TOPKAPI MUSEUM
    138. 138. THE BLUE MOSQUE
    139. 139. POURING APPLE JUICE OUTSIDE BLUE MOSQUE
    140. 140. BLUE MOSQUE, CLOSE-UP
    141. 141. INSIDE BLUE MOSQUE
    142. 142. INSIDE BLUE MOSQUE Column from Artemis Temple
    143. 143. BRIDGING TWO CONTINENTS BRIDGE OVER BOSPORUS Europe Asia
    144. 144. ENTRANCE TO THE GRAND BAZAAR
    145. 145. MAIN STREET IN GRAND BAZAAR
    146. 146. TYPICAL SHOP
    147. 147. MORE SHOPS
    148. 148. HOMEWARD BOUND
    149. 149. TAKING THE PICTURE M L
    150. 150. TAKING THE PICTURE M L M L W
    151. 151. TAKING THE PICTURE M L M L W M L W ym ym ym
    152. 152. TAKING THE PICTURE M L M L W M L W ym ym ym M L W ym ym ym “ All’s Well That Ends Well”
    153. 153. Aegean Odyssey ODYSSEY AEGEAN THE END
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