Then there is Aribaius the king of Cappadocia with 6000 horse and 30,000 archers and targeteers.
Why may not this man be the same whom Diodorus designates satrap of Cappadocia?
This effected, he set sail for home after he had received a large price for peace from Ariarathes, king of Cappadocia.
The descendant even of a slave from Cappadocia might rise to be a knight.
He is second in rank in Cappadocia after the king, and, in general, the priests are descended from the same family as the kings.
What made them miss the way, and come into Media instead of Cappadocia?
Of Cilicia it touched merely the north-east corner, and then cut through Cappadocia in a north-westerly direction to the Halys.
On this account an embassy under M. Junius was sent to Cappadocia.
Finally, in 371 or 372 he was ordained by his brother Basil to the bishopric of Nyssa, a small town in Cappadocia.
Ariobarzanes was restored to his kingdom of Cappadocia by Lucius Sylla.
ancient name for the region roughly corresponding to modern Turkey, from Greek Kappadokía, perhaps ultimately from Persian Hvaspadakhim "land of fine horses." In ancient Athens, Cappadocians were notorious as knaves and cowards, but the region's horses were celebrated.
the easternmost and the largest province of Asia Minor. Christianity very early penetrated into this country (1 Pet. 1:1). On the day of Pentecost there were Cappadocians at Jerusalem (Acts 2:9).