Luke speaks of a Gallio who was proconsul of Achaia. Scholars doubted his existence because it didn’t appear anywhere in the history books and no artifacts had been found bearing his name. But in 1905 a doctoral student sifted through some inscriptions collected from Delphi. He discovered nine fragments that formed a message from Emperor Claudius. In the text Claudius writes “Gallio, my fr[iend] an[d procon]sul….” The inscription was etched into a stone that was likely attached to the Temple of Apollo.