which is satisfied; ornament; beauty

an ancient and celebrated city of Greece, on the Isthmus of Corinth, and about 40 miles west of Athens. In consequence of its geographical position it formed the most direct communication between the Ionian and AEgean seas. A remarkable feature was the AcroCorinthus, a vast citadel of rock, which rises abruptly to the height of […]

-(A city of Achaia) -Visited .By Paul Ac 18; 2Co 12:14; 13:1; with 1Co 16:5-7 .And 2Co 1:16 .By Apollos Ac 19:1 .By Titus 2Co 8:16,17; 12:18 -By Erastus, a Christian of Ro 16:23; 2Ti 4:20 -THE CONGREGATION OF .Schism in 1Co 1:12; 3:4 .Immortalities in 1Co 5; 11 .Writes to Paul 1Co 7:1 .Alienation […]

A Grecian city, on the isthmus which joins the Peloponnesus to the mainland of Greece. It is about 48 miles west of Athens. The ancient city was destroyed by the Romans (B.C. 146), and that mentioned in the New Testament was quite a new city, having been rebuilt about a century afterwards and peopled by […]