(fateful ) and Trophimus (nutritious ), companions of St. Paul on some of his journeys, are mentioned as natives of Asia. ( Acts 20:4 ; 21:29 ; 2 Timothy 4:20 ) (A.D. 54-64.) There is much probability in the conjecture that Tychicus and Trophimus were the two brethren who were associated with Titus. ( 2 Corinthians 8:16-24 ) in conducting the business of the collection for the poor Christians in Judea.