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Greece: Amphipolis

  • Amphipolis: The Lion of Amphipolis
    The Lion of Amphipolis has been dated from the fourth century B.C. It stands on a restored pedestal on the very spot where it's broken and scattered pieces were found. It was either a funerary monument or a monument erected to commemorate some as yet unidentified military victory before the days of Paul.
  • Amphipolis: The Lion of Amphipolis
    After preaching the gospel in Philippi, Paul passed through Amphipolis and Apollonia on his way to Thessalonica (Acts 17:1).
  • Amphipolis: The Lion of Amphipolis
    Amphipolis was one of the most important cities of Macedonia in antiquity -- it was the capitol of one of the four republics into which the Romans divided Macedonia in order to break up her political unity.
  • Amphipolis: Ruins of Ancient Bascilica
    The Via Engatia, a major Roman roadway, ran through the city, and is one of the reasons the city remained important during the time for the early church. The remains of four early basilicas have been discovered and make it clear that Amphipolis was a notable religious center.
  • Amphipolis: Ruins of Ancient City Walls
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  1. Amphipolis: The Lion of Amphipolis
  2. Amphipolis: The Lion of Amphipolis
  3. Amphipolis: The Lion of Amphipolis
  4. Amphipolis: Ruins of Ancient Bascilica
  5. Amphipolis: Ruins of Ancient City Walls