Yesterday we visited Corinth, and then made the long drive to Delphi, and then made the longer drive to Kalambaka, home to the “Hanging Monasteries.”
At Delphi we were especially interested in the Galillo Inscription.
Referencing Paul’s stay in Corinth, 2nd Journey, Acts 18, Fant & Reddish observe:
Thanks to an inscription that was found at Delphi concerning Gallio, the Roman governor (proconsul) in Corinth, the dates for this visit can be established. Gallio seems to have taken office in July of 51 C.E. and served only only one year. Since Paul was forced to appear before Gallio due to a complaint lodged against him by the Jewish synagogue in Corinth, he likely arrived there in early 50 C.E. and departed in late 51 or in 52 C.E.
Today we are to make our way on up to Berea and then to Thessalonica.