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TURKEY | The Melting Pot of Civilizations


Izmir / Ephesus

The Roman period of Anatolia began with the death of King Attalus III of Pergamon (Bergama) who willed his country to the Romans because he had no direct heir. Anatolia then lived through a period of peace and prosperity, particularly in the 1st and 2nd centuries AD. The pax Romana proved to be an extraordinary period of urban development. Ephesus served as the seat of the Roman governor of Asia and as a great commercial and cultural centre.




The era of Roman Empire is an essential chapter in the history of the region. In 330, Constantine, the Roman emperor, transferred his capital from Rome to Roman Empire. Roman Empire, at that time a small city founded 1,000 years earlier by Greeks on the shores of the Strait was henceforth called Constantinople. The centre of the Empire thereafter became the Orient, in particular Anatolia, inhabited by the descendants of Hattis, Hittites, Phrygians, Greeks and others. Roman Empire became the Eastern Roman Empire; its official religion was proclaimed to be Christianity i

n 380 and in 392 paganism was banned. In 476, Rome collapsed and Constantinople remained the sole capital of the empire. Roman Empire was both a state and a civilisation, built along the lines of the Roman state, the Greek culture and the Christian faith. The emperor enjoyed divine power and relied heavily on the Church.

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Introduction to STUDIO HIJAU

Name: Studio Hijau
Category: Student Groups – Classes & Departments

– To bind and strengthen ukhwah among the members of STUDIO HIJAU.
– To develop student’s creativity and idea as it will encourage the sense of sharing as well as enhancing knowledge and thoughts among them.
– To promote our label (STUDIOhijau) to public.
– To create an opportunity for generate income for Heritage Study.


– DESIGN BATTLE : Floating Sculpture competition.
17 Jan 2009
Open to all KAEDians

– FLORIA (Pesta Bunga Putrajaya)
30th July 2009

– IFTAR JAMAIE for Landscape Architecture Department.
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