When the prince offended him, he made it over to Ariobarzanes, the cappadocian monarch.
You know what happened to the viper who bit the cappadocian's hide?
It consisted of three legions—the Jovian, the cappadocian, and the men of Hercules.
You must drill your lads a little before they again meet the cappadocian cavalry.
Now there was among the body-guards of Theodorus, the cappadocian, a certain Maximinus, an exceedingly base man.
I wish you'd go into the kitchen and discharge that cappadocian cook.
Thus then John the cappadocian ten years afterward was overtaken by this punishment for his political career.
All was dark in the great palace at Macellum, an ancient residence of cappadocian princes.
Only one Greek author, Herodotus, alludes to the pre-historic cappadocian power and only at the latest moment of its long decline.
To perfect the plot the cappadocian arranged a secret interview at Rufinianum, one of the country seats of Belisarius.
ancient name for the region roughly corresponding to modern Turkey, from Greek Kappadokía, perhaps ultimately from Persian Hvaspadakhim "land of fine horses." In ancient Athens, Cappadocians were notorious as knaves and cowards, but the region's horses were celebrated.
the easternmost and the largest province of Asia Minor. Christianity very early penetrated into this country (1 Pet. 1:1). On the day of Pentecost there were Cappadocians at Jerusalem (Acts 2:9).