Things to see in Corinth

  P.1472 - §3 At Corinth they met people of every race hailing from three continents. Next to Alexandria and Rome, it was the most cosmopolitan city of the Mediterranean empire. There was much to attract one's attention in this city, and Ganid never grew weary of visiting the citadel which stood almost two thousand feet above the sea. He also spent a great deal of his spare time about the synagogue and in the home of Crispus. He was at first shocked, and later on charmed, by the status of woman in the Jewish home; it was a revelation to this young Indian.

P.1476 - §2 Gonod had many interests in Corinth, but finally his business was finished, and they prepared to sail for Athens. They traveled on a small boat which could be carried overland on a land track from one of Corinth's harbors to the other, a distance of ten miles.

Remark: They must have traveled with the boat, first on foot from one port to the other, and then sailed for Athens.

Emperor started to convert this track into a canal, but did not finish the job.

The canal in Corinth

Emperor Nero, who started the construction of the canal, left his own image here. The canal was completed in the 19th century, as shown.

  A church in Corinth

a modern church in Corinth.

P.1473 - §3 Thus did Jesus and Ganid take leave of the women. So far the two courtesans had said nothing; likewise was Ganid speechless. And for a few moments so was Martha, but presently she rose to the occasion and did everything for these strangers that Jesus had hoped for. The elder of these two women died a short time thereafter, with bright hopes of eternal survival, and the younger woman worked at Justus' place of business and later became a lifelong member of the first Christian church in Corinth.


  Corinthian Helments
  Other artifacts by Corinthians
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