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The Book of Philippians was a written to the church in the city of Philippi in eastern Macedonia. Founded in 358-357 B.C. by Philip the Macedon, the father of Alexander the Great, Philippi was a well-placed city sitting in an area with rich natural resources and geographical value. The proximity to gold mines and fresh springs made it a prime location as a regional hub. Philippi had an interesting history. After the Romans took the city from the Persians in 168 B.C., it became a Roman station along the Egnatian Way, an east-west road that connected Rome and Byzantium. Philippi became famous in 42 B.C. when it was the site of a battle between Brutus and Cassius (Julius Caesar’s assassins) and Antony and Octavian. Philippi was rebuilt and became a Roman colony, the highest privilege given to a provincial municipality: legal status of a Roman territory in Italy. The city was filled with Roman soldiers, and veterans from his wars; thus, Philippi was a city with a heavy Roman influence.
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