Occupation at the acropolis dates back to prehistoric times.
Most scholars believe that Paul traveled to Athens by boat from Berea and thus it is likely that he entered the city through its large port of Piraeus.
Just north of the Aegean Sea sat Amphipolis, a city of northeastern Macedonia.
Sermon on Mount - The so-called "Sermon on the Mount" is recorded in Matthew 5-7 and Luke 6.
Also known as Ba'al Hermon, Mt. Lebanon, Jabel A-talg, 'Arqub, Hermon Massif, Hermon Slopes, Jebel esh-Sheikh, Senir, Shenir, Sion, Sirion
Also known as Tel Hazor, Tell al-Qadah, Tell el-Qedah, Tel Khuraibeh, Hazzur, Waqqas
Also known as Batanea, Gaulanitis, Geshur, Karnaim
Also known as Gamala, el-Ahdab, es Salam
Also known as Tel Dan, Tell el-Kadi, Tel el-Kady, Tel/Tell el-Qadi, Antiochia, Dan-jaan (?), Danjaan (?), Daphne, Kefar-Dan, Laish, Leshem
Also known as Kh. Karraza, Kh. Karazeh, Chorizim, Kerazeh, Korazim, Korazin
Also known as Sower's Cove
Also known as Baal-gad, Banias, Baniyas, Banyas, Barias, Belinas, Caesarea Neronias, Caesarea of Philip, Caesarea Paneas, Caesarea Panias, Caesareia Sebaste, Keisarion, Kisrin, Medinat Dan, Mivzar Dan, Neronias, Pamias, Paneas, Paneias, Paneion, Panias, Panium
Also known as et-Tell, Beth-Saida, Bethsaida Julia, Julia, Julias, Julias-Bethsaida
Also known as Tel 'Akko/Acco, Tel/Tell el-Fukhkhar, Tell el-Fukhar, Acca, Accho, Acon, Acre, Acri, Ake, 'Akka, Akko, Antiochenes, Antiochia Ptolemais, Ptolemais Antiochenes, Ocina, St. Jean d'Acre
In the ancient world, Ephesus was a center of travel and commerce.
Didyma, located in the southwest part of modern Turkey, was an important religious site of ancient Ionia.
Derbe was a city in the district of Lycaonia in the Roman province of Galatiain south central Asia Minor.
Colossae was located 120 miles east of Ephesus in the Lycus River Valley in ancient Phrygia, part of the Roman territory of Asia Minor.
Assos is located in a region of Mysia (northwest Asia Minor) called Troad.