Stalwart Sardis Chapter 12

THE GEOGRAPHY OF SARDIS .....p. 325

THE HISTORY OF SARDIS .....p. 326

  • Under Lydian control (1200–546 BC) .....p. 326
  •     Fig. 94. An Attic red-figure amphora depicting Croesus prepared to burn on the pyre.
  • Under Persian control (547–334 BC) .....p. 328
  • Under Macedonian control (334–323 BC) ..... p. 329
  •     Fig. 95. Coin with the head of Heracles.
  • Under Seleucid control (312–189 BC) .....p. 330
  •     Fig. 96. Coin with the head of Antiochus III “the Great”.
  •     Fig. 97. Coin with inscription “Cities of Asia restored.”
  • Under Pergamese control (189−133 BC) ......p. 330
  • Under Roman control (133 BC–AD 660) ..... p. 331
  •     Fig. 98. Coin with Tiberius and Tyche.

JESUS SPEAKS TO SEVEN OF HIS CHURCHES

  • Under Byzantine control (AD 661–716) .....p. 333

THE POPULATION OF SARDIS.....p. 333

  •     Fig. 99. Urban plan of the city of Sardis.

THE IMPORTANT BUILDINGS OF SARDIS ..... p. 335

  • The bath-gymnasium complex .....p. 337
  • The temple of Artemis .....p. 338
  • The Jewish synagogue ......p. 341

THE COMMERCE OF SARDIS .....p. 344

  • The invention of coins ......p. 345
  •     Fig. 100. Ruins of the Byzantine era shops at Sardis.
  •     Fig. 101. The Bath-gymnasium complex at Sardis.
  •     Fig. 102. Floor plan of the Bath-Gymnasium Complex at Sardis.
  • The slave trade .....p. 347
  • Textile industry of Sardis .....p. 347

THE RELIGIOUS COMMUNITY OF SARDIS ..... p. 348

  • The gods of Sardis .....p. 348
  •     Fig. 103. Marble column from the Temple of Artemis at Sardis.
  •     Fig. 104. The Temple of Artemis in Sardis.
  •     Fig. 105. The bēma of the synagogue in Sardis.
  •     Fig. 106. The Torah shrine (aediculae) used in worship in the synagogue.
  •     Fig. 107. A electrum coin from Sardis.
  •     Fig. 108. Marble statue of Cybele enthroned.
  •     Fig. 109. Coin with the head of Hadrian and cult image of Kore.
  • The imperial cult .....p. 352
  • The Jewish community .....p. 353
  • The Christian community .....p. 355

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Kunsthistorisches Museum (no. IX A 79) Photograph by James Steakley, PD Roman cameo of Gemma Augustea (AD 9–12). A depiction of Emperor...