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Doubtless these Churches were the heads or representatives of districts. THE SEVEN CHURC H ES OF ASIA Ephesus - See page 16. Smyrna possessed trading advantages almost equal to those of Ephesus. Its chief glory was a temple to the Emperor, which it had been privileged to build in honour of its loyalty to Rome. Around this temple, and along the shores of the gulf, stretched a well-arranged and beautiful city, guarded by strong fortresses, and busy with the exchange of commerce. Pergarnurn claimed pre:-eminence as the oldest and the 'royal' city of the province; · it was still the political capital of Asia.

Its chief glory was a temple to the Emperor, which it had been privileged to build in honour of its loyalty to Rome. Around this temple, and along the shores of the gulf, stretched a well-arranged and beautiful city, guarded by strong fortresses, and busy with the exchange of commerce. Pergarnurn claimed pre:-eminence as the oldest and the 'royal' city of the province; · it was still the political capital of Asia. It had a lofty and imposing situation, adorned with sumptuous buildings, but lay off the main track of the traveller.

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