Journeys of the Apostles
The map depicts the journeys of the apostles, the twelve disciples of Jesus Christ, after his ascension into heaven. The map shows the different regions and cities visited by the apostles in spreading the message of Jesus Christ. Some of the notable locations include Jerusalem, where the apostles first received the Holy Spirit on the day of Pentecost; Antioch, where Paul and Barnabas preached to the Gentiles; and Rome, where both Peter and Paul were eventually martyred for their faith.
The map also shows the various sea routes taken by the apostles in their missionary journeys, including the Mediterranean and Aegean Seas.
Overall, the map highlights the extensive travels and tireless efforts of the apostles in spreading the gospel to all corners of the known world at that time.