First & Second Journeys of Paul
The stock image depicts the major cities and regions visited by the Apostle Paul during his first and second missionary journeys, as recorded in the New Testament of the Bible.
The map includes modern-day Turkey, Cyprus, Greece, and Italy, as well as important ancient cities such as Antioch, Iconium, Lystra, Philippi, Thessalonica, Athens, and Corinth.
The routes taken by Paul on his journeys are highlighted, along with the location of key events such as his conversion on the road to Damascus, his preaching in the synagogue in Antioch, his visit to the Areopagus in Athens, and his imprisonment in Rome.
The map provides a geographical context for the spread of early Christianity and the travels of one of its most influential figures.