Their library remained at Pergamum till Antony presented it to Cleopatra.
The 547 German researches in the acropolis of Pergamum between 1878 Pergamum.
Parchment gets its name from Pergamum, a city in Asia Minor.
His mother, who lived with him at Pergamum, was also secretly put to death.
Soon afterwards the country was incorporated into the Syrian empire and then into the kingdom of Pergamum.
This Pergamum bequest, astonishing in itself, had the still more astonishing result of producing imitations in other quarters.
Under the dynasty founded by Philetrus, Pergamum became one of the chief seats of Hellenic culture.
Pergamum, the modern Bergama, lay in the valley of the Caicus in Mysia, about fifteen miles from the sea.
In the letter to Pergamum, the Nicolaitans are probably meant in v. 14.
The visitor to Pergamum may still see, however, the great gymnasium with many graceful columns still standing.