People's New Testament
VIII. In Asia Minor
- Antioch: A city in Pisidia, east of Ephesus, visited by Paul and Barnabas (Acts 13:14).
- Ephesus: A celebrated city one mile from the Ægean Sea, where Paul preached for a long time, (Acts 19) and one of the seven churches of Asia (Rev. 2:1).
- Derbe: A town in Lycaonia, visited by Paul and Barnabas (Acts 16:1).
- Iconium: Sixty miles east of Antioch, where Paul and Barnabas preached (Acts 14:1–5).
- Lystra: Not far from Derbe, also visited by Paul and Barnabas; the home of Timothy, (Acts 16:1) and where the two missionaries were thought to be gods (Acts 14:8–12).
- Laodicea: The capital of Phrygia, and the seat of one of the churches to which a message was sent by John (Rev. 3:14).
- Miletus: The port of Ephesus, where Paul delivered a farewell address (Acts 20:17–38).
- Myra: An important town of Lycia, where Paul changed ships on his journey to Rome (Acts 27:5).
- Patara: A sea-port of Lycia, where Paul took ship for Phoenicia (Rev. 2:12).
- Pergamos: A city of Mysia; the site of one of the seven churches of Asia (Rev. 2:12).
- Perga: A city of Pamphylia, visited by Paul and Barnabas, and where Mark left them (Acts 13:3).
- Philadelphia: A town on the borders of Lydia; the seat of one of the seven churches of Asia (Rev. 3:7).
- Smyrna: On the Ægean Sea, forty miles north of Ephesus; the seat of one of the seven churches in Asia (Rev. 2:8).
- Sardis: An important city of Lydia; the seat of one of the seven churches of Asia (Rev. 3:1).
- Troas: The ancient Troy, on the Ægean Sea, where Paul in a vision received the call to Macedonia (Acts 16:8–10).
- Tarsus: A city of Cilicia; the birthplace of the Apostle Paul (Acts 9:11).
- Thyatira: A city of Lydia, and the seat of one of the seven churches of Asia (Rev. 2:18).