Turkey) Gives a brief history of the city, which focuses primarily on
a description of the impressive temple at this site. A copy of this
page is available at
Offers a detailed description of the location, ancient structures, and
history of archaeology at the site. Special attention is given to a
description of the Sacred Way and the temple.
of Delphi and Ancient Oracles (Tim Spalding) Includes numerous
annotated links and photos of the sites of ancient Greek and Roman
oracles, including Didyma, Delphi and Dodona.
Didyma (Perseus) Details the physical and historical description of
the site. Contains a large number of resources for more extensive
research, including links to art objects, atlases, reference articles,
Guide) Briefly describes the temple and its ancient fame. Includes a
section for tourists on how to get there.
Online Magazine) This brief description offers links to related articles
on the Temple of Apollon, the Sacred Way, and the cult associated with
Images of Didyma (ArtServe, Australian National University) Features
many black and white photographs, focusing especially on architectural
details of the temple.
/ AYDIN >> DIDYMA (Volare Tour) Summarizes the history of the site
and its attraction for tourists in a brief, well-written article.
(Didim) (allaboutturkey.com) Scroll down to view the text. Focusing
mainly on the history of the site, the succinct text offers internal links
to related topics.
of Chicago) This article, taken from the
Encyclopaedia Romana, is part of a collection of essays pertaining to the
end of paganism in Classical and Hellenistic Greece.