From Beroea to Athens




After disturbances in Beroea, Paul traveled eastward, descending to the coast through the mountains pictured at the right.


Paul probably arrived at the coast near the town of Dion. From there he would have traveled southward by ship along the Aegean shore, which is pictured in the middle.


The final leg of the journey  would have taken him between the mainland and the island of Euboea, as shown at the bottom of the page. After landing, Paul went to the city of Athens.


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