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The Adriatic Sea, wherein Paul was 'driven up and down' and afterwards shipwrecked. Acts 27:27 . The term 'Adriatic' is now confined to the sea that lies between Italy and Dalmatia and Albania; but formerly it had a wider signification and included that part of the Mediterranean which was bounded by Sicily, Italy, Greece and Africa. 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. Attention to this would have prevented objectors calling in question Paul's being shipwrecked at Malta.

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Morrish, George. Entry for 'Adria'. Morrish Bible Dictionary. 1897.

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