Paul’s Voyage to Rome
The stock image shows the route of the Apostle Paul’s voyage to Rome as described in the book of Acts in the Bible.
The map highlights various locations mentioned in the account, including Jerusalem, Caesarea, Sidon, Malta, and Rome. The route takes Paul across the Mediterranean Sea and the Aegean Sea, passing through various islands such as Cyprus, Crete, and Sicily.
The map also includes information about the duration of the voyage, the number of stops, and notable events that occurred along the way, such as shipwrecks and encounters with local people.
The map provides a visual aid to help readers better understand the geographical context of Paul’s journey and the challenges he faced as he spread the Christian message throughout the Mediterranean world.