This is a map of a majority of the Mediterranean Sea and immediate surrounding countries. Above and below the map is text printed in French and sectioned off into individual boxes. The text and the map have been printed in black and white. It is matted on a cream background, in a simple wooden frame. The front of the map is covered with glass.
This is a historic and geographic map tracing the travels, history and vocation of St. Paul.
St. Paul was an apostle born in 5 A.D. who took the gospel of Christ to the first-century world. He is generally considered one of the most important figures of the Apostolic Age. He is also known as Paul the Apostle.
It is recorded that St. Paul took four journeys. The First Journey, Second Journey, Third Journey, and his voyage to Rome where he likely died in 67 A.D. During his journeys he endured much hardship and many imprisonments. Paul also is responsible for writing many epistles of the New Testiment.
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Map, circa 1500, National Hellenic Museum, https://collections.nationalhellenicmuseum.org/Detail/objects/8084. Accessed 04/23/21.