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  Bithynia   - a region in northern Anatolia, on the coast of the Black Sea
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315/16 of Antigonus, frees Chalcedon from a siege by Zipoetes of Bithynia.
297/18 Bithynia; the start of the local eras of Bithynia and Bosporus.
279/9 neral of Antiochus, is defeated and killed while attacking Bithynia.
279/22 Death of Zipoetes of Bithynia, who is succeeded by his son Nicomedes.
279/27 Nicomedes of Bithynia forms an alliance with Heracleia to resist atta
264/3 The foundation of Nicomedeia in Bithynia.
255/8 death of Nicomedes king of Bithynia, leaving his sons by Etazeta
254/8 son of Nicomedes, invades Bithynia and establishes himself as king
229/8 Ziaelas, king of Bithynia, is killed by some Gallic mercenaries.
208/16 Attalus returns to Asia to face an attack from Bithynia.
186/12 Hannibal is allowed by Prusias to settle in Bithynia.
183/27 Hannibal founds the city of Prusa in Bithynia.
182/2 Death of Prusias I, king of Bithynia.
168/53 Prusias of Bithynia calls himself a freedman of Rome.
149/16 Romans send three envoys to Bithynia, causing Cato to comment causti
149/28 Prusias, king of Bithynia, is killed at Nicomedeia.
127/5 The accession of Nicomedes III of Bithynia.
104/26 Marius seeks aid from Bithynia.
94/10 death of Nicomedes III of Bithynia; he is succeeded by his son Nic
93/11 iling to gain Roman support for his claim to the throne of Bithynia.
91/15 Mithridates invades Bithynia, expels Nicomedes IV, and sets up Socrat
90/19 Nicomedes to the throne of Bithynia, and Ariobarzanes to the throne
88/12 The Romans abandon Bithynia after M'.Aquillius is defeated near Proto
74/7 Nicomedes of Bithynia dies, leaving his kingdom to the Romans.
74/14 Opposition in Bithynia to the prospect of Roman rule.
74/22 Mithridates invades Bithynia: the start of the third Mithridatic war.
67/3 is appointed to take over Lucullus' command in Bithynia and Pontus.
58/32 C.Carbo, who is found guilty of extortion as governor of Bithynia.
44/123 M.Crispus, the governor of Bithynia, intervenes in Syria and besieges
    Within translations:
Aelian:NA_7.8   the people of Nicaea in Bithynia on having Hipparchus as
Aelian:NA_12.37   (the king was Nicomedes ** of Bithynia); Philo tells the
Aelian:NA_14.23   that they have seen a Bithynian vessel drawn up on shor
AnthPal_6.230   rule this fringe of the Bithynian land near the beach,
AnthPal_7.497   foreign earth, but some Bithynian strand, some island of
AntipThes_6.209   & { G-P 10 } & Bithynian Cythere dedicated me to you,
Arrian:Fr_14   ythical and general history of Bithynia. It is a history
Arrian:Fr_28   died after drinking poison in Bithynia, by a place called
Arrian:Fr_30   Bithynica (History of Bithynia), relating the affairs
Athen_1.7   Nicomedes, king of the Bithynians, made in imitation of
Athen_2.50   ays, "In the land of the Bithynians there is found the gro
Athen_2.58   Zelas the king of the Bithynians, who invited to supper
Athen_5.213   Mithridates is master of Bithynia, and of Upper Cappadocia
Athen_6.271   the Byzantines used the Bithynians in the same manner,
Athen_13.606   Nicomedes the king of Bithynia; as Nicander informs us
ChronPasc_428   omedes the king of Bithynia refounded Astaceia and called
Cic:DeOr_3.229   for the king of Bithynia. You judge rightly, therefore,
Diod_36.3   oys to Nicomedes king of Bithynia, requesting him to send
Diod_36.8   Italians; eight hundred Bithynians, Thessalians and Acarn
Diod_40.4   ovinces beyond there, Asia and Bithynia. He protected Paph
Festus:Brev_11   ycia, and Pisidia. Bithynia we attained through the will
FGrH_252.A   Philopator returned to Bithynia and ruled there for the
GranLic_27   all the islands, [p27] Asia, Bithynia, Paphlagonia and
GranLic_28   comedes to the throne of Bithynia, to which he attached
Hieron:Chron_1755   Nicomedes the king of Bithynia enlarged a city and call
Hieron:Chron_1831   to Prusias, the king of Bithynia, because envoys had dema
Hieron:Chron_2047   an eclipse of the sun, Bithynia was devastated by an ear
Joseph:AJ_14.301   when he was arrived at Bithynia, he had ambassadors that
Joseph:BJ_1.242   ssadors to Antonius unto Bithynia, the great men of the
Julian:Mis_358   ory. Damophilus of Bithynia has written compositions of
Just_25.2   called by the king of Bithynia to his aid, and having
Just_27.3   anwhile Eumenes, king of Bithynia, when the brothers were
Just_33.1   iven to Eumenes, king of Bithynia, to aid them in the war
Just_34.4   time, Prusias, king of Bithynia, conceived a resolution
Just_37.3   He next went into Bithynia, and, as if he were already
Just_38.1-7 *   heme, Nicomedes, king of Bithynia, proceeded to occupy Cap
Malal_193   army to a trading station in Bithynia, called Disci. Bec
Malal_209   of this, he went off to Bithynia, [210] and urged Antioch
Malal_210   him he advanced out of Bithynia against the Romans, trus
Malal_221   ausus, to be governor of Bithynia, as successor to Dienaru
Memn_6   poetes, the ruler of the Bithynians, who was hostile to
Memn_19   very active king of the Bithynians, by making war brought
Memn_32   by it, but the king of Bithynia renamed it after himself
Memn_34   the Romans, and many from the Bithynians. But as many of
Memn_22-28 *   and Nysa, to be king of Bithynia, Mithridates set up [Soc
Memn_9-14 *   ead marched through Phrygia to Bithynia. But Hermogenes
Nepos_23.11   When the clash came, the Bithynians did as Hannibal had ordered
Nepos_23.12   plots, sent envoys to Bithynia, among them Flamininus, to
Obseq_4   island. Hannibal died in Bithynia by poison. The Celtiberians
OGIS_298   (c. 183)   battle against the Bithynians and Galatians near th
OGIS_345   (95/4)   e of this decree, the Bithynian king Nikomedes had
Oros_4.20   of Prusias, the king of Bithynia; he took poison when the
Oros_5.10   powerful kings, Nicomedes of Bithynia, Mithridates of Pontus and
Oros_6.2   kingdom Nicomedes, the king of Bithynia and the friend of the
Oros_7.28   at Nicaea, a city of Bithynia. These bishops, clearly perceiving the
Phld:Sto_51   of Sidon. . . of Bithynia . . .
Phld:Sto_75   Teanum; Demetrius and Lycander from Bithynia . . .
Phld:Sto_76   [76]   ... Lycon of Bithynia, Pausanias of Pontus, Timocles of
Phylarch_8   habitants of Byzantium use the Bithynians as slaves. [9]
Phylarch_50   8'c & &# Zelas the king of the Bithynians is killed by the
Plin:HN_5.142   boundary between Asia and Bithynia. [143] This district was
Plin:HN_5.145   the Mysians, Phrygians and Bithynians take their names from
Plin:HN_5.148   coast. Inland from Cios, in Bithynia, is Prusa, at the foot
Plin:HN_5.149   forms the frontier between Bithynia and Galatia. [150] Beyond
Plin:HN_5.151   also beyond Heraclea and off Bithynia Thynias, the native name of
Plin:HN_7.69   son of Prusias, King of Bithynia. [70] The teeth are so
Plin:HN_8.144   dog of Nicomedes king of Bithynia is recorded to have bitten
Plin:HN_33.136   kings) of that of the Bithynian Pythes, [137] who presented the
Plinius:Ep_4.9   to the governorship of Bithynia, returned from the provi
Plinius:Ep_5.20   fence. To this the Bithynians objected, and the matter cam
Plinius:Ep_6.13   over again. & The Bithynians have had the audacity to go
Plinius:Ep_7.6   eople say that the Bithynians have withdrawn their accusat
Plinius:Ep_7.10   the case of Varenus and the Bithynians. & Polyaenus
Plinius:Ep_8.24   you brought back from Bithynia with you after your quae
Plinius:Ep_10.18   your companions to reach Bithynia without the slightest
Plinius:Ep_10.34   that your province of Bithynia, and especially city sta
Plinius:Ep_10.39   results. (*) & In Bithynia those elected to the local sen
Plinius:Ep_10.56   of Bassus. (*) & Governor of Bithynia, 108-110 A.D. (**)
Plinius:Ep_10.58   main valid. (*) & Proconsul of Bithynia under Domitian.
Plinius:Ep_10.65   ticular rule relating to Bithynia, I thought I ought to
Plinius:Ep_10.66   lowed as precedents, but Bithynia is not one of the provin
Plinius:Ep_10.72   born free. (**) & Bithynia was a 'senatorial province',
Plinius:Ep_10.77   lies at the extremity of Bithynia, and through it the larg
Plinius:Ep_10.79   - which is in force in Bithynia - to the effect that no
Plinius:Ep_10.87   ent and induced him to come to Bithynia with me and serve
Plinius:Ep_10.108   you wish the cities of Bithynia and Pontus to possess
Plinius:Ep_10.109   osition of the cities of Bithynia and Pontus, in getting
Plinius:Ep_10.112-114 *   Sir, which is in use in Bithynia and Pontus, does not mak
Plinius:Ep_10.17a   winds and did not reach Bithynia until considerably later
Porph:Fr_41   docia and Armenia, Bithynia and Heracleia, Bosphorus and
POxy_1380   at Myndus divine ; in Bithynia Helen ; in Tenedos name
RC_25   (c. 240)   ilas king of Bithynia to the council and peopl
Sall:Hist_4.67   es, they seized upon all Bithynia, although Nysa, whom Nic
SelPap_2.314   gistered in the quarter of the Bithynians and Neighbou
THI_144   (c. 253)   ived a request from both the Bithynians [and the] .
THI_215   Cappadocia, Galatia and Bithynia surround Asia, and
ValMax_1.8e.12   son of Prusias king of Bithynia, bearing the same name as
ValMax_3.7e.6   fires, all the altars of Bithynia, in the judgment of Mars
ValMax_5.1.1   heard that Prusias king of Bithynia had come to congratulate them
Vit:Arat_3   opinion of Hipparchus of Bithynia, who tries to prove it


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