Acts Pauls Third Missionary Journey
The map depicts the Third Missionary Journey of the apostle Paul, as described in the biblical book of Acts. The journey took place in the years 53-57 AD and covered a large portion of the eastern Mediterranean region.
The map shows the major cities and regions visited by Paul during this journey, including Ephesus, Troas, Philippi, Athens, Corinth, and Jerusalem. The journey was marked by many significant events, such as the riot in Ephesus, Paul’s preaching in the Areopagus in Athens, and his final journey to Jerusalem, where he was arrested and ultimately sent to Rome for trial.
The map also shows the extensive sea voyages undertaken by Paul and his companions, as they traveled across the Aegean and Mediterranean seas.