- "The British engineer J.T. Wood directed the first archaeological investigations from 1869 onward, under the auspices of the British Museum, D. G. Hogarth continued the excavations, and Wood's quest for the Temple of Artemis, from 1904 onward.
- The excavations of the Austrian Archaeological Institute, which continue to this day, began in 1895 under Otto Benndorf.
- In the acrhaeologists of the Ephesus Museums' intensive work since 1954, they have uncovered and restored important structures. The Ministry of Culture and Tourism accelerated this cooperative work in 1979 through its program 'Selcuk-Ephesus Excavations, Restorations, and Systematization of its Environs.'"
(Ephesus! History, information and pictures of Ephesus Ancient city)
- "Following last year’s great success, the second Ephesus Symposium was held at the Austrian Cultural Forum in Istanbul on 25 January. The event was attended by experts from the Austrian Archaeologic Institute, the Austrian Academy of Sciences, Vienna’s University of Technology, and the Vienna University of Veterinary Medicine. The Symposium also marked the beginning of a poster exhibition entitled Ephesus Excavations 2009, at which important research finds from 2009 are being presented to the Turkish public at the Yeniköy Palace."