Here are some selected images of Ancient Rome.
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The Greek city of Corinth had been (partially) destroyed by the Romans in 146 B.C., but the rebuilding process, as a Roman city, had begun by 44 B.C. In Paul's day, there may have been 200,000 people living there.
The apostle Paul spent 18 months here on his "Second Journey."