Puteoli: A city on the coast of Campania, on the north shore of a bay running
north from the Bay of Naples, at which Paul landed on his way to
Rome, from which it was distant 170 miles. Here he tarried for
(Acts 28:13,14) This was the great emporium for the
Alexandrian corn ships. Here Paul and his companions began their
journey, by the "Appian Way," to Rome. It is now called Pozzuoli. The
remains of a huge amphitheatre, and of the quay at which Paul landed,
may still be seen here.