“Because that thou mayest understand, that there are yet but twelve days since I went up to Jerusalem for to worship.”
King James Version (KJV)
Ac 24:11 There are yet but twelve days. "It is not more than twelve days" (Revised Version). It would be easy for Felix to ascertain the facts, for only twelve days had passed since he returned to Judea, after many years absence. Of these twelve, the first is the day Paul meets James and the elders (Ac 21:18), the second he enters upon his vow (Ac 21:26), the seventh he is seized in the temple (Ac 21:27), the eighth tried before the Sanhedrin (Ac 22:30), the eleventh day he is delivered to Felix (Ac 23:33), and the thirteenth appears before his court.