16:7, 8 Mysia . . . Troas. Paul and Silas came from Derbe and Lystra northwest to Mysia, a region to the south of the Hellespont. They were unable to go north to Bithynia (toward the Black Sea), and instead went west to Troas on the Aegean coast. Troas was an established seaport; the site of ancient Troy was ten miles inland.