OTHER WORDS FROM BithyniaBi·thyn·i·an, adjective, noun
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A little above the Ascanian lake is Otrœa, a small town situated just on the borders of Bithynia towards the east.
Hannibal, being warned in time, left Syria and went to Bithynia.The Young Carthaginian|G.A. Henty
This country is divided into two parts, the inland, and the maritime, extending from the Halys as far as Bithynia.
At first he lurked in the villages of Bithynia, continually changing his habitation and his disguise.The History of The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire|Edward Gibbon
Nicæa,1225 the capital of Bithynia, is situated on the Ascanian lake.