i.e., “the market of Appius” (Acts 28:15, R.V.), a town on the road, the “Appian Way,” from Rome to Brundusium. It was 43 miles from Rome. Here Paul was met by some Roman Christians on his way to the capital. It was natural that they should halt here and wait for him, because from this place there were two ways by which travellers might journey to Rome.
- Appius claudius
Appius [ap-ee-uh s] /ˈæp i əs/ (Show IPA), (Appius Claudius Crassus) Roman decemvir and consul, 5th cent. b.c. Historical Examples appius claudius was seized with a criminal passion for violating the person of a young woman of plebeian condition. The History of Rome, Books 01 to 08 Titus Livius “I thought you said that appius […]
appkit tool A set of objects used by the application builder for the NEXTSTEP environment. (1995-03-13)
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having a horizontally flattened form.