Here the divine Priest stands in a judicial attitude with respect to His house at pergamos.
The town subsists at this day, and retains the name of pergamos.
Plutarch assures us, that the library at pergamos contained two hundred thousand volumes.
What say you to Mithridates of pergamos, my reliever and rescuer, the great son of Eupator?
After the time of Alexander it belonged to the kingdom of pergamos, until its absorption into the Roman empire.
pergamos, the citadel of Troy, a name frequently given by the poets to the city itself.
Go, then, and marshal your thousands; and make haste; for Mithridates of pergamos is at hand with reinforcements for Caesar.
Returning to pergamos, he received his first professional appointmentthat of surgeon to the gladiators.
This may ye se in the epistles of the churche of pergamos and Thiatira.
He again returned to pergamos, and probably was in Rome again at the end of the second century.
the chief city of Mysia, in Asia Minor. One of the "seven churches" was planted here (Rev. 1:11; 2:17). It was noted for its wickedness, insomuch that our Lord says "Satan's seat" was there. The church of Pergamos was rebuked for swerving from the truth and embracing the doctrines of Balaam and the Nicolaitanes. Antipas, Christ's "faithful martyr," here sealed his testimony with his blood. This city stood on the banks of the river Caicus, about 20 miles from the sea. It is now called Bergama, and has a population of some twenty thousand, of whom about two thousand profess to be Christians. Parchment (q.v.) was first made here, and was called by the Greeks pergamene, from the name of the city.