How far is it from Palestine to Rome?
There are about 1427.401 miles between Palestine and Role, Italy.
No Palestine is in the Middle East (modern day Israel / Gaza) Rome is in Europe (modern day Italy) Palestine is/was an area, sometimes a country, in the Middle East. Rome has always been a city.
Technically, no. He was from an area in Palestine, which was under Roman control. But he was not from the city of Rome itself.
It first arose in Israel but it is originated in Palestine. Also during romes decline, Christianity was introduced to Rome <--- Italy
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I would say about 250miles
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Rome showed respect for Hebrew religious beliefs by for example Rome didn't imprint the face of the emperor of Rome on coins issued in Palestine because Hebrew law forbade Jews to worship images.
None so far.
A: As far as we know for certain, Peter probably never went to Rome. If Paul's epistles are correctly dated to the fifties and early sixties of the first century, then Peter was already relatively old when Paul wrote of him in Palestine and Syria. Clement of Rome, writing around 95 CE (1 Clement), spoke in general terms about the life and death of Peter but appears to have been unaware that Peter had even… Read More
Busy and still part of the Roman Empire. Rome had appointed Pontius Pilot as governor of the area called Palestine, of which Jerusalem was the center of activity. As was normal in Roman conquered lands, many non Romans were free to practice their own religions and conduct other internal affairs. As long as taxes were collected & paid to Rome & the peoples did not disrupt the power structure that Rome created, Rome did not… Read More
Which was the most successful missionary spreading the teachings of Jesus to people in palestine Asia minor Greece and rome?
Paul of tarsus :)
Yeas, Palestine was in the Roman Empire. In fact it was the Romans who invented the name Palestine. After suppressing the Bar Kokhba revolt (132--135 CE) of the Jews, the emperor Hadrian persecuted Judaism and renamed the Roman province of Judea. He called it Syria Palaestina. The name Palaestina was derived from Philistine.
Rome is 854 miles away from Constantinople
Rome is 23 miles away from the ocean.
Have no idea what Colossea is, but Colosseum lies in Rome.
Rome is far away from the equator. its hot becasue its in the meditereanen, and quite far south in europe.
Palestine, Rome, Greece, & Armenia. It was mainly practiced with the celebration of the Eucharist(the Body & Blood Of Christ).
There are far, far too many to list, but here are a few of the major ones. Via Ostiensis, from Rome to Ostia Via Appia, from Rome to Apulia Via Aurelia, from Rome to Gaul Via Flaminia, fro, Rome to Ariminum Via from Roma to the Adriatic Via Amerina, from Rome to Perusia
The distance from Paris to Rome is 691.7 Miles.
Take one step out of the Vatican and you are in the city of Rome.
It is 151 miles according t Google Maps.
Rome is approximately 4,822.1 km from Jerusalem. On a flight, it would take about 63 hours to get from Rome to Jerusalem.
The Vatican is totally surrounded by the city of Rome. Take one step outside the Vatican and you are in Rome.
The Appian Way began in Rome. It was the road that connected Rome to Brindisi, Apulia in southeastern Italy.
There are a number of saints named Justin. However, Justin the martyr was originally from Palestine but later moved to Rome where he died as a martyr.
The distance between Rome and Brindisi is 266 miles (477km). -www.mapcrow.info
It depends on which city in Israel you are talking about. Jerusalem is about 1500 miles from Rome.
The longitude of Rome is about 12.5 degrees East.
Florence is about 1 1/2 hours from Rome by train. Rome is three hours by train to Milan.
At the time Jesus is said to have been born, Herod was king of Judea and all Palestine. After his death in 4 BCE, Rome split the kingdom among his 3 sons, with Archelaus getting Judea, Samaria, Idumaea. Rome deposed Archelaus in 6 CE and made Judea a direct Roman province. At the time attributed to the crucifixion, Pontius Pilate was governor of Judea.
Roman involvement in Judea started in 63 BC, after the Third Mithridatic War. Pompey entered Jerusalem, sacked the temple, and turned Judea into a client state. In 6 AD the whole of Palestine was annexed into the empire and turned into a province of Judea.
Rome to Pescara is about a 2.5 hour drive. The distance is 96 miles or about 154km.
Udine is about six or seven hours from Rome by car and somewhat longer by train.
Before he was beheaded, Paul spent the last few years of his life in prison, either in Palestine or, finally, in Rome.
It is highly unlikely that Palestine will prevail against Israel through strength of arms. Arab armies far larger and better equipped have not been able to achieve this. Palestine can certainly fight a guerrilla war or an intifada that will have an affect on Israeli resolve, but the best bet for a free and independent Palestine is to choose to accept that Israel is a necessary partner for peace. Israel is not going anywhere.
Driving from Rome to Venice would take about 5.5 hours by car.
The driving distance from Rome, Italy to Capua, Italy is: 119 miles / 192 km
1,775 miles on the road
This answer is Roughly 1,265,980,987 metres
1 billion miles
About 363 miles on the A1
This is sort of like asking how far it is from New York City to Nieuw Amsterdam, or from Istanbul to Constantinople. Bethlehem is in the region that has, occasionally, been known as "Palestine".
Well as far as I know, NO. The only people who are settled there are the Indian Army.
In Rome itself, they've uncovered parts of Augustus palace and some of the additions other emperors made. But by far the most beautiful and complex is Hadrian's Villa at Tivoil. This is not in Rome itself, but not too far away.
No, the two cities are far apart. Rome is in Italy while Nicaea is/was in present day Turkey.
Rome to Naples in Italy is a journey of about 140 miles or 230 kilometres. That is far too long to take a taxi. It would be far cheaper to travel by bus or train.