An inscription at Delphi dates to the summer or fall of 51 A.D., the arrival at Corinth of Lucius Junius Gallio as proconsul. Since Paul was brought before Gallio (Acts 18:12–17) near the end of his 18-month stay in Corinth (Acts 18:11 & 18:18), he must have arrived in Corinth since sometime late in A.D. 49 or early 50 and stayed through the summer of 51.