The Temple Of Hadrian – Ephesus (Selçuk) Overview
It was built by P. Quintillus in 138 and dedicated to Emperor Hadrian. It was constructed in the Corinthian style. There are two rectangular columns on the edges and two round columns in the center. On the arch supported by the colums, there is an inscription of Tyche, the goddess of the city. Behind the Temple of Hadrian are the Baths of Scholasticia.