Phillipi thrived during the Roman Period. It is the site addressed by the letter to the Philippians in the New Testament.


Overview of Phillipi, Greece.

Theater at Phillipi, Greece.

Theater at Phillipi, Greece.

Theater at Phillipi, Greece.

Decorated panel with a design of a tragedy mask from the theater at Phillipi, Greece.

Decorated paver in the theater at Phillipi, Greece.

Grafitti on a paver in the theater at Phillipi, Greece.

Corinthian capital at Phillipi, Greece.

Relief depicting the goddess Nemesis with wheel and balance at Phillipi, Greece.

Byzantine capital with chi-rho at Phillipi, Greece.

Byzantine church with single apse at Phillipi, Greece. View looking west with apse in foreground.

Byzantine capital with chi-rho at Phillipi, Greece.

Traces of a Byzantine wall painting at Phillipi, Greece.

Roman sarcophagus at Phillipi, Greece.

Roman latrine at Phillipi, Greece.

Roman latine at Phillipi, Greece.

Professors Michael Fuller and Neathery Fuller during 1985 at Phillipi, Greece.

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