Be it your care that no other enter the port before you; that you lose not your traffic with Cibyra, with Bithynia.
The wretched fugitive was then in Bithynia, a kingdom of Asia Minor.
The king was to give up Bithynia, Paphlagonia, and Cappadocia, and withdraw to his former dominions.
He was 'not suffered' to go into 'Bithynia' because 'Macedonia' was waiting for his ministry.
A serious famine occurred in the year of Mithridates invasion of Bithynia, which looked dangerous enough.
Synods in Palestine and Bithynia were opposed to the synods of Egypt.
Pliny accordingly forbade them in Bithynia, and the renegade Christians to whom he owed his information gave them up.
Christians, no doubt, there had been in Bithynia for some generations.
From thence they marched at once into the interior of Bithynia, with the view of surprising the villages and acquiring plunder.
The city belongs to the province of Pontus, which was annexed to Bithynia.