Five years later, swooping down from a cilician raid, he entered Hamath.
The cilician queen is said to have requested Cyrus to show her his army.
I joined the last remnants of the cilician pirates, the few free mariners who have survived Pompeius's raid.
In the cilician province, as it is called, is Mazaca,1091 the capital of the nation.
When his term of office was over, the most pressing thing to be done was to put down the cilician pirates.
Andronicus was later given a second command on the cilician frontier.
Cælius troubles him much afterward by renewed requests for cilician panthers wanted for Ædilian shows.
It was simply an act of necessary progressive polity, like the suppression of the cilician pirates by Pompeius.
Meanwhile the Easterns met at Seleucia near the cilician coast.
The 12th century saw many remarkable writers, mostly in cilician Armenia, viz.
a maritime province in the south-east of Asia Minor. Tarsus, the birth-place of Paul, was one of its chief towns, and the seat of a celebrated school of philosophy. Its luxurious climate attracted to it many Greek residents after its incorporation with the Macedonian empire. It was formed into a Roman province, B.C. 67. The Jews of Cilicia had a synagogue at Jerusalem (Acts 6:9). Paul visited it soon after his conversion (Gal. 1:21; Acts 9:30), and again, on his second missionary journey (15:41), "he went through Syria and Cilicia, confirming the churches." It was famous for its goat's-hair cloth, called cilicium. Paul learned in his youth the trade of making tents of this cloth.