Examples from the Web for thessalonica
The sedition of Thessalonica is ascribed to a more shameful cause, and was productive of much more dreadful consequences.
The belief in this view spread all over Europe, and the result was just the same as at Thessalonica.
The first point in his favour is found in the circumstances under which he had preached the gospel in Thessalonica.
The virtuous Henry died at Thessalonica, in the defence of that kingdom, and of an infant, the son of his friend Boniface.
It only became such when their inspiration was caught by those who listened to them; and this was the case at Thessalonica.