Places Study on Adriatic Sea

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Adrian - ) Pertaining to the Adriatic Sea; as, Adrian billows
Dalma'Tia, - a mountainous district on the eastern coast of the Adriatic Sea
Dalmatia - A mountainous district on the east of the Adriatic Sea; visited by Titus
Dalmatia - of the Adriatic Sea, forming part of Illyricum
Dalmatia - District in Illyricum, on the east of the Adriatic Sea, visited by Titus, and perhaps by Paul, in going 'round about unto Illyricum
Adria - The Adriatic Sea, wherein Paul was 'driven up and down' and afterwards shipwrecked. The difference is of importance inasmuch as Malta (Melita) where Paul was shipwrecked is not within the present Adriatic Sea, though it is within that which was formerly called so
a'Dria - more properly A'drias, the Adriatic Sea
Illyricum - A country of Europe, lying east of the Adriatic Sea, north of Epirus, and west of Macedonian
Dalmatia - coast of the Adriatic Sea
Adria - (Acts 27:27 ; RSV, "the sea of Adria"), the Adriatic Sea, including in Paul's time the whole of the Mediterranean lying between Crete and Sicily
Dalmatia - A province of Europe on the east of the Adriatic Sea, and forming part of Illyricum
Adria - The Adriatic Sea
Adria - (ay' dri a) or Adriatic Sea (NAS, NIV) The sea separating Italy and Greece in which Paul's ship drifted for fourteen days as he sailed toward Rome to appeal his case to Caesar (Acts 27:27 )
Dalmatia - (dal may' tih uh) Place name referring to the southern part of Illyricum north of Greece and across the Adriatic Sea from Italy
Adria - The name was at first confined to the northern part of what we call the Adriatic Sea, or to a stretch of land near that, and was derived from a once important Etruscan city, Atria, situated at the mouth of the Po. The rest of what we call the Adriatic Sea appears to have been at that time included in the term Ionian Sea or Ionian Gulf
Adria - Thus Ptolemy says that Sicily was bounded on the east by the Adriatic, and Crete in a similar manner on the west; and Strabo says that the Ionian Gulf was a part of what, in his time, was called the Adriatic Sea
Illyricum - A district in the Roman Empire between the Danube River and the Adriatic Sea
Aquileia - (now Aglar) A city at the head of the Adriatic Sea, Italy, for many centuries seat of a patriarchate
Aglar - (now Aglar) A city at the head of the Adriatic Sea, Italy, for many centuries seat of a patriarchate
Adria - He further informs us that Italy is bounded on the south by the Adriatic Sea (14), that the Peloponnesus is bounded on the west and south by the Adriatic Sea (16), and that Crete is bounded on the west by the Adriatic Sea (17)’ (Smith, Vayage and Shipwreck of St
Melita - The name Melita was anciently applied to two islands; one in the Adriatic Sea, on the coast of Illyricum, now called Meleda; the other in the Mediterranean, between Sicily and Africa, now called Malta
Macedonia - A large country lying north of Greece proper, bounded south by Thessaly and Epirus, east by Thrace and the Aegean sea, west by the Adriatic Sea and Illyria, and north by Dardania and Moesia
Melita - It lies confessedly in the Adriatic Sea, but Malta a considerable distance from it
Macedonia - The important land route from Byzantium (Istanbul) in the east to the Adriatic Sea in the west (in Roman times the “Via Egnatia”) crosses it as does the north to south road from the central Balkan (the area of the Danube and Save rivers) which reached the Aegean Sea at the Thermaic Gulf and continued past Mount Olympus through the narrow valley of Tempe into Thessaly and central Greece
Roads And Travel - This important road went from Apollonia and Dyrrhachium on the Adriatic Sea to the river Hebrus beside Kypsela