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Ancient Ephesus was known across the Greek world for its devotion to the goddess Artemis and for its monumental temple dedicated to her. The Ephesian Artemis was a unique combination of the Greek virgin-huntress Artemis with an indigenous Anatolian goddess, manifested in the famously enigmatic cult statue covered in apparent fertility symbols. Three marble copies of the cult statue that stood in the temple survive and are displayed in the Ephesus Museum.
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