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MEDITERRANEAN WORLD – FIRST CENTURY A.D. For cities and small islands, circle the dot and draw a line from the circle to your label. For islands and bodies of water, write the label over the item being identified. For countries, provinces and territories, write the label in the correct area. There is no need to draw boundaries, but if your label is out of the proper area, it will be incorrect. For rivers, draw a line connecting your label to the river. All ambiguous labels will be counted incorrect. All locations on MAP 14, New Oxford Annotated Bible, 3 rd ed. Cities: Rivers: Cyrene Euphrates Alexandria Tigris Jerusalem Jordan Caesarea Orontes
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Unformatted text preview: Tyre Nile Sidon Tiber Damascus Antioch of Syria Bodies of water: Tarsus Mediterranean Sea Derbe Euxine Sea (Black Sea) Lystra Aegean Sea Iconium Sea of Adria (Adriatic) Antioch of Pisidia Red Sea Colossae Laodicea Regions, Provinces Philadelphia Egypt Thyatira Libya Sardis Cilicia and Syria Pergamum Arabian Desert Smyrna Galatia Ephesus Bithynia and Pontus Miletus Asia +Troas Pamphilia *Byzantium Cappadocia Philippi Lycia Thessalonica Thrace Beroea Macedonia Athens Thessaly Cenchreae Achaia Corinth Italy Rome Islands: Sicily Cyprus +Near ancient Troy Malta Rhodes *later Constantinople, Crete now Istanbul, Turkey...
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This note was uploaded on 05/06/2008 for the course REL 1310 taught by Professor Holleyman during the Spring '08 term at Baylor.

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