And they passing by Mysia came down to Troas.
Note 7 at Ac 16:8: The name "Troas" meant the region around Troy, the famous city of Homer's writings. It was actually located south of Troy. Troas (also known as Alexandria Troas) was a seaport where Paul had his Macedonian vision. Paul stayed in Troas for seven days on his third missionary journey (Ac 20:6), and while in prison he asked Timothy to bring the cloak that he had left in Troas (2Ti 4:13).