Greece In Bible Times
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- Amphipolis, Greece, including the Lion of Amphpolis, ancient basilica, and city walls.
- Apollonia, Greece, including the hill where Paul supposedly preached.
- Berea (Veria), Greece, including the Altar of Saint Paul and funerary monument of a second century A.D. couple.
- Corinth, Greece, including the Bema Judgment Seat, Ex votos from the Sanctuary, the Acrocorinth, Temple of Apollo, Fountain of Peirene, the Erastus Inscription and a bust of Nero.
- Neapolis (Kavala), Greece. After receiving this Macedonian Call, he boarded a ship and sailed to the northwest and came to Neapolis, known today as Kavala, in northern Greece.
- Patmos, Greece, including the town and harbor at the town of Skala on the isle Patmos, and the mosaic at the entrance to the "Grotto of the Apocalypse"
- Philippi, Greece, including the Theater, Acropolis, Forum, the Via Egnatia, Basilica A, Basilica B, the Prison, Excavations, and the Harbor at nearby Neapolis.
- Thessalonica (Thessaloniki), Greece, including the majestic Arch of Galerius and the Roman Forum.