In the heart of Aegea, the ancient city of Ephesus stood as a sanctuary of wonder and devotion.

Ephesus was dedicated to the Artemis, the goddess of the wilderness, and was deeply intertwined with the symbolism of the bee—a creature symbolising creation, resilience, and healing.

The bee represented the harmony between humanity and the natural world, reminding us of the delicate balance that sustains all existence. Additionally, the deer symbolises wilderness, as Artemis is often depicted with archery.