The Fourth Journey of St.Paul (58-64 A.D.)

The fourth journey of St. Paul is counted as the one where he was arrested and taken to Rome. Although he was under arrest and on his way to Rome to be tried he was in good spirits on the ship. The ship onto which he was boarded went through the southern coastline and put down anchor at Andriake Port of Demre which is in Antalya today. From here he was boarded onto a boat going to Italy and again went past the southern coast until they came to Datça (Knidos). After staying two years in rome he was martyred two years later, being executed by sword in the year 64 A.D.