And when they had passed through Mysia, they went down to Troas.
Astyra also, the village near Adramyttium, is said to belong to Mysia.
The latter conducted them a stage further, to Cius in Mysia; and from Cius they set sail to join their main armament.
In Asia they occupied the coasts of Mysia and Caria; a strip of land which from thence derived the appellation of Æolis.
To reach Abydos, the route was north, through the province of Mysia.
Then they turned west, and passing through Mysia without preaching arrived at last at the coast, at Troas.
In Mysia a youth named Hylas went ashore to fetch water, but was caught by the nymphs of the stream and taken captive.
Mysia and the Troad were the districts, which, as it seems, Gyges first subjugated to his dominion.
But when they were come to the land the people of Mysia entertained them with hospitality.
Pergamum, the modern Bergama, lay in the valley of the Caicus in Mysia, about fifteen miles from the sea.
a province in the north-west of Asia Minor. On his first voyage to Europe (Acts 16:7, 8) Paul passed through this province and embarked at its chief port Troas.