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View looking south at all of the excavated area south of the road at Philippi. In the left (east) fourth of the image the "east excavations" are visible. The Roman Forum occupies the remaining three–fourths of the image—west being to the right.
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The forum was a paved rectangular area measuring 330 x 165 ft. [100 x 50 m.]. This rebuilding of the forum was done during the reign of Marcus Aurelius (ca. A.D. 160). The forum of Paul’s day actually lies below this one.