Soon, however, like the god at Philippi, she swept upon the poet and bore him from the field.
From there we went to Philippi, which is the principal city in that part of Macedonia.
The spectre answered, "I am thy evil genius; thou shalt see me at Philippi."
Lansbergium (Philippi filium) et copernicanos (Antwerp, 1634).
From dread Philippi's field, where all the best Fell bleeding in her cause, I wearied come.
The bond between Paul and the church at Philippi was peculiarly close.
And thereupon enters the ghost of Cæsar, and appoints a meeting at Philippi.
It was as fatal to the liberties of Europe as that of Philippi was to those of Rome.
He was true to the party he had taken, and ranged himself with Brutus and Cassius at the field of Philippi.
He took part in the battle of Philippi and the flight that followed it.