Samothrace (Sam´uh-thrays)

A mountainous island, elliptical in shape, in the northeastern extremity of the Aegean Sea about twenty miles south of the mainland of Thrace. The rugged coastline leaves the island without a harbor. Before arriving at Neapolis on the second journey, Paul’s ship dropped anchor off Samothrace (Acts 16:11).

Acts 16:11

The Conversion of Lydia
11We set sail from Troas and took a straight course to Samothrace, the following day to Neapolis,

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