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Are You Ready to Explore the Adventures of the Ancient City of Ephesus?
Date: M.S. 135
Period: Roman Period
Location: Selcuk, Izmir - Turkey
Type: Ancient City
Geographical Region: Aegean Region

    Its 5 Important Features;
    • It was included in the Temporary List of World Heritage Sites by UNESCO in 1994 and became a World Heritage Site in 2015.
    • It was built by his son Gaius Julius Aquila in honor of Tiberius Julius Celsus Polemaeanus, the Library of Celsus is located in Ephesus.
    • It is one of the most important tourist dec in Turkey.
    • In the dec, Ephesus, which served as a gateway between the east and the west, was also an important port city.
    • One of the most important features of Ephesus that attracts attention is that all the streets and alleys intersect each other at a right angle.


    Arkerobox is an educational archaeological excavation set that enables children to learn with experience which is among the innovative education methods to raise awareness towards global cultural heritage.


    • Enables children to learn while discovering.
    • Improves the feeling of interest.
    • Raise awareness for the importance of archaeology.
    • Develops a sense of responsibility by increasing interest and curiosity towards our cultural heritage.
    • Teaches solution-oriented working for the targeted results.
    • Contributes to developing motor skills during excavation.
    • Distances children from the virtual world for a while and helps them spend a good time.

    Box Size : 19 x 13,5 x 6 cm

    Box Weight: 0,61 Kg

    Package Size : 39 x 55,5 x 21 cm (24 pcs)

    Warning: There is a danger of swallowing small parts. Not suitable for children under 3 years old.

    Product Details

    • Brush
    • Mallet
    • Magnifier
    • Learning Guide
    • Information Guide 
    • Digging Tool 
    • Collection Card 
    • Dig Brick 
    • Paintable Postcard

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