Photos are included of the following roads, portions of which still exist.
- The Via Taurus, “a beautifully preserved road between Tarsus and the Cilician Gates” (Acts 15:36).
- The Via Sebaste (“Emperor’s Road”) connecting Iconium and Pisidian Antioch (Acts 13:51; 14:21-23).
- The Roman Road west of Assos (Acts 20:22-23).
- The Roman Road inside the city of Alexandria Troas leading to the harbor (Acts 16:8-11).
- The Via Egnatia which connected Neapolis and Philippi (Acts 16:11-12; 20:6).
- The Appian Way (Acts 28:14-16).
The link to photos made by one of the tour members is given at the bottom of the article. At this moment you will need to copy the link and paste it into your browser. There is an extra http// in the embedded code.
The photo below is one provided by friend David Padfield of the Roman road near Assos.
I have been on journeys many times, in dangers from rivers, in dangers from robbers, in dangers from my own countrymen, in dangers from Gentiles, in dangers in the city, in dangers in the wilderness, in dangers at sea, in dangers from false brothers… (2 Corinthians 11:26 NET)