Tour LeaderDatesCosts Include:
Gillian AsquithThursday 9 June 2016 – Saturday 2 July• 7 nights twin or triple
share hotel accommodation in Jerusalem
• 13 nights triple share at Nof Ginosar
• Breakfast and dinner daily,
all meals while on the Bethsaida dig
• Entrance fees to all sites
mentioned in the itinerary
• All transport, transfers and tips

Come with us to Greece to experience first-hand the material remains left behind by this ancient culture. We’ll stay in Athens and see the Greco-Roman temples that were so important in everyday life. We’ll stand in the ancient agora where Paul debated with the philosophers of his day, and visit Mars Hill where he was taken to explain this new and strange teaching. We’ll explore the ancient city of Corinth and see why its geographical location contributed so much to the ethos of the city.

An optional extension will offer the opportunity to visit other cities in the footsteps of Paul – Berea, Thessalonica and Philippi. We’ll also visit the tomb of King Philip (father of Alexander the Great) and see the exquisite articles buried with him. On the way we’ll stop at Meteora, where centuries-old monasteries cling to the side of craggy precipices. This is a trip to Greece with a unique focus. Experience first-class teaching from Dr Greg Forbes supplemented by the local knowledge of fully qualified Greek tour guides. The tour has been planned so that participants in the Biblical Archaeology Tour can fly straight from Israel to join this tour in Athens. See the application form for
further details.

The unit will be available as both an English and Greek exegetical subject. It comprises two parts, both of which
are available to alumni:

Part A (Lecture Intensive at MST):
26-29 April 2016 (Research Week)
Lecturer: Colin Kruse
Content: Thematic examination of the Corinthian
Correspondence

Part B (Lecture Intensive and Study Tour in Context in Greece)
30 June – 16 July 2016
Lecturer: Greg Forbes
Content: Exegesis of the Corinthian Correspondence
(Greek and English)