The apostle Paul had his ministry in Turkey and later Greece and later even in Rome. Few people know that the apostle John had gone before him to Turkey. In Revelation 1:11 it was John who wrote to seven Jewish ecclesias in Turkey. Ephese was one of them. Paul was here and had his teachings here in the School of Tyrannus. In Acts 19 we read that Paul converted Jews into believers in christ. He changed the gospel of the circumcision into that of the uncircumcision. So where did those Jews come from. Most likely it was the apostle John who had founded these first ecclesias in Turkey, including Ephese. John had brough the gospel of the circumcision to Ephese. Paul came later and converted those Jews to the gospel of the uncircumcision. Which means that the book of Revelation was written before Acts 28 when the door was finally shut for the gospel of the circumcision. From Turkey it was a small jump to Patmos where John wrote his Revelation book.
Both John and Paul had their Atlantis moments. In Revelation 17 & 18 John wrote about the rise and downfall of Endtimes Babylon. Then it was the apostel Paul who preached the gospel in the ultimate domain of Athena of Atlantis when he stood on the Areopagus.