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X. Greece

  1. Athens: One of the most celebrated cities of the world, situated five miles northeast of the Saronic Gulf, a part of the Ægean Sea. It was the seat of Grecian learning, and the place where Paul delivered one of his most famous discourses (Acts 17:15–34).
  2. Corinth: An important city forty miles west of Athens, where Paul preached, and the seat of one of the leading churches (Acts 18:1–18).
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