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"Myrrh, an ancient city of Ionia, on the western coast of Asia" "Minor, about 40 miles to the north of Ephesus. It is now the" "chief city of Anatolia, having a mixed population of about" "200,000, of whom about one-third are professed Christians. The" church founded here was one of the seven addressed by our Lord "(Rev. 2:8-11). The celebrated Polycarp, a pupil of the apostle" "John, was in the second century a prominent leader in the church" "of Smyrna. Here he suffered martyrdom, A.D. 155."

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