The site of et-Tell is a prominent ruin that is usually identified as biblical Ai.
Philippi apparently had only a small number of Jewish inhabitants and no synagogue.
Olympia was a sacred precinct of Peloponnese located near the crossing of the Alpheios and Kladeos rivers.
Also known as Heptapegon, el-Oreme, En Sheva, 'En Sheva, et-Tabgha
Also known as Autocratoris, Diocaesarea, Eirenopolis Neronias, Le Sephorie, Saffouriya, Safuriyah, Safuriyye, Seffarieh, Sephoris, Sippori, Zippori
Augustus Caesar built Nicopolis ("city of victory") as the capital of Epirus in northwestern Greece.
Epidaurus sits a few miles off the Saronic coast.
Dion was an agricultural and port city in Pieria, linked to the sea by the Baphyras River.
The site of Delphi served as a cultic center beginning some time before the 10th century B.C.
Also known as Bahr Tubariya, Ginnosar, Lake of Galilee, Lake of Gennesaret, Lake of Gennesar, Sea of Chinnereth, Sea of Chinneroth, Sea of Kinnereth, Sea of Tiberias, Lake of Tiberias, Waters of Gennesaret, Yam Kinneret
The Corinth area here is visible from the Acrocorinth above.
Also known as En Nasira, Japhia, Mash-had, en-Nasirah, Nazerat, Nazareth of Galilee, Nazareth in Galilee, Yafti en Nasra
This is the view of the ancient city center looking from the Acrocorinth (with a big telephoto lens).