Ancient City of Ephesus – Travelogue

A view of the Main Street in Ephesus

This category of toilet generally means public ones of Greek design. These were communal — no private stalls, but instead several closely adjacent seats onRoman communal toilet at Ephesus long benches. The flat-topped bench was executed in a variety of materials, although marble highly polished through use was perhaps the most elegant.

via Toilets of the Bible: New Testament.

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