Ennoia, Celsus Library, Ephesos



by Mark Cartwright
published on 20 June 2012
A detail of the facade of the Celsus Library in Ephesos (ca. 117 CE). The statue represents ennoia (intelligence) an attribute associated with the former proconsul Celsus to whom the building was dedicated.

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