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The late Donald Carroll was an author, editor, poet and humourist. After settling in Bodrum during the 1980s he wrote his first travel book, The Insider’s Guide to Turkey. Later, fascinated with the excavations at Ephesus and the discovery of the House of the Virgin Mary nearby, he wrote a book on the subject, Mary’s House, available from Cornucopia.
The Guardian obituary
In the closing years of the nineteenth century, the Aegean coast of Turkey witnessed three of the greatest archaeological finds of all time. The discovery of Ephesus and Troy made international headlines overnight. But the third – an unassuming stone house in an isolated forest – was immediately enveloped in secrecy. By Donald Carroll
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