Syracuse

Syracuse (Sihr´uh-kyooz)

A Greek colony on the southeast coast of Sicily founded by Corinth ca. 734 BCE. It developed into the principal city of the island. On his voyage to Rome, Paul spent three days there (Acts 28:12).

Acts 28:12

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