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Κι αν δεν μπορείς να κάμεις την ζωή σου όπως την θέλεις,  τούτο προσπάθησε τουλάχιστον  όσο μπορείς: μην την εξευτελίζεις  μες την πολλή συνάφεια του κόσμου,  Μες στες πολλές κινήσεις και ομιλίες.    Κωνσταντίνος Καβάφης,

Areopagus [Gr: areion pagon] meaning Ares Hill (Mars Hill to the Romans) - the place in Athens where the apostle Paul spoke to the Epicurean and Stoic philosophers.

Mars Hill in the foreground.  A view of what the Apostle Paul saw when he was there almost 2000 yrs ago.

Mars Hill in the foreground. A view of what the Apostle Paul saw when he was there almost 2000 yrs ago.

Corinth, Greece. Streets of ancient Corinth and the Acrocorinth we climbed in the background

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Titus' Tunnel at Seleucia Pierea near Antioch-on-Orontes (now Antakya). The tunnel was a tremendous canal dug to divert water from the Orontes River during Paul's time. Considering that everything had to be done by hand at that time, it was quite an engineering feat. Seleucia Pierea was the port city of Antioch in ancient days from where Paul set sail for his first missionary journey...

Titus' Tunnel at Seleucia Pierea near Antioch-on-Orontes (now Antakya). The tunnel was a tremendous canal dug to divert water from the Orontes River during Paul's time. Considering that everything had to be done by hand at that time, it was quite an engineering feat. Seleucia Pierea was the port city of Antioch in ancient days from where Paul set sail for his first missionary journey...

The Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, as first recorded by Philo of Byzantium in 225 BCE in his work, `On The Seven Wonders’, were: The Great Pyramid at Giza, Egypt; The Hanging Gardens of Babylon; The Statue of Zeus at Olympia, Greece; The Temple of Artemis at Ephesus; The Mausoleum at Halicarnassus; The Colossus of Rhodes and the Lighthouse at Alexandria, Egypt. Of these seven, only the Great Pyramid still stands today.  (Info by Joshua J. Mark) --  Ancient History Encyclopedia

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The Seven Wonders of the Ancient World were: the Great Pyramid at Giza, Egypt the Hanging Gardens of Babylon the.

Temple of Hadrian in Ephesus.

last-of-the-romans: “Temple of Hadrian in Ephesus.

Temple of Philoppapou, Athens

Philopappou Hill: a park in the historical centre

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Close-up of a painting, Acropolis, Attica, Athens, Greece

areopagus/"hill of Ares" was named for him after he killed Poseidon's son, Halirrhothius

areopagus/"hill of Ares" was named for him after he killed Poseidon's son, Halirrhothius

Thessalonica - Paul preached in this amphitheater

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Thessalonica in Bible times. For three Sabbaths, Paul preached in Thessalonica's synagogue. As a result, some Jews and a great multitude of Greek proselytes became believers ( Acts )

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Evrotas river near Mantinia town Arcadia Peloponnese

At its peak around 500 BC the size of the city would have been some – free residents, plus numerous helots and perioikoi (“dwellers around”). At – it was one of the largest Greek cities-Eurotas outside the city of Sparta

Ruins of Jericho. This is the city where Joshua supposedly circled around the walls 7 times in order for them to come crashing down.

Ruins of Ariha/Jericho. This is the city where Prophet Yashua/Joshua (pbuh) circled around the walls 7 times in order for them to come crashing down.

Isle of Patmos, when the apostle John had his vision and wrote the book of Revelation

Patmos view of island from Mount Elijah

Biblical site: Bethany at River Jordan - just outside Amman, believed to be the place Jesus was baptized by John the Baptist.

Pinner-Biblical site: Bethany at River Jordan - just outside Amman, believed to be the place Jesus was baptized by John the Baptist.

PAUL'S JOURNEY - Lystra, Turkey - The mount of Lystra, yet to be excavated. In ancient times, cities were traditionally built atop a hill for defensive reasons. In addition, as cities suffered disaster, there was no way to remove all the demolition rubble. People would rebuild right on top of the ruins.

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