John began the main part of his gospel in 42 A.D. but did not complete it until he was on the island of Patmos in 95 A.D.
Luke wrote Acts 1 to 13 when apostle Paul was in a Roman Caesarea prison from 58 to 60 A.D. He also wrote Acts 13-28 as he traveled with the Apostle Paul during his missionary journeys. Paul's first journey ran from 44 to 46, the second from 49 to 52, the third from 53 to 58, the fourth from 60 to 63 and the final one from 63 to 67 A.D. Paul writes five books while held as a prisoner in Rome awaiting his trial before Caesar (61 to 63)! He is released from prison in 63 A.D., conducts his fifth journey, and is back in one of Rome's prisons in 67 A.D. He writes his last epistle, a final letter to his fellow evangelist and most trusted friend Timothy, while under guard for one last time. Paul dies in the middle of 68 A.D., just weeks before Emperor Nero kills himself.