Bible and Archaeology - Online Museum
Fifty items in approximate chronological order, oldest artifacts first.
The Bible refers to a proconsul in ancient Greece by the name of Gallio (Acts 18). The Greek language inscription shown to the left refers to the same Gallio noted in the Bible. It was written in the 1st century AD and was discovered in Delphi in 1905. It originally consisted of various fragments that were pieced together in 1967. The artifact is now in the Delphi museum, Greece. Click on "Read more" below to see the remains of the Temple of Apollo in Delphi.
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ARTWORK ON PHOTO: Michael J. Caba
Remains of the Temple of Apollo at Delphi
Michael J. Caba
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