Cenchrea

Cenchrea

(sĕn`krēə) or

Cenchreae

(–krē-ē'), port of ancient Greece, on the Saronic Gulf, ESE of Corinth. It is mentioned in the New Testament.
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Keys for identification of derbid genera that occur in the USA that include Omolicna (or as cenchrea or Syntames) are found in Dozier (1928), Metcalf (1923, 1938), Fennah (1952), Wilson & McPherson (1980), and Bartlett et al.
The tribe Cenchreini with special references to the cenchrea complex (Homoptera: Derbidae).
It was where he met Aquila and Priscilla as well as Phoebe of Cenchrea - the seaport of Corinth.
It is a long letter, and it has been carded nearly 1,000 miles by sea and land from Cenchrea, the port city of Corinth, by a deacon named Phoebe, one of Paul's co-workers (Romans 16:1-2).
Paul commends to the community "our sister Phoebe, a deaconess of the church at Cenchrea .