But if thou hast anything further to say thou mayest say it to Caius of thessalonica.
Even when I was in thessalonica, more than once you sent money for my needs.
His letters to Corinth and to thessalonica, as well as to Ephesus, are letters to cities each of which was a metropolis.
The greater part of this letter was evidently written at thessalonica.
God was watching over his children; the great wonder had been wrought; a true Christian church had been founded at thessalonica.
Thus Paul boasts of doing in the case of the people of thessalonica.
A truly sympathetic figure is Eustathius, the famous archbishop of thessalonica (12th century).
At thessalonica, well and happy—I have letters for you from them.
Eumenes and Athenagoras commanded at thessalonica, with a small garrison of two thousand targeteers.
thessalonica is to this day the abode of a large Jewish population.