Men of Pontus and Asia had not then made the French capital their own.
The King of Pontus sought there for refuge and new means of vengeance.
Lardner protests against Pliny's application of the words "contumacy and inflexible obstinacy" to the Christians of Pontus.
Marcion was a wealthy shipowner, belonging to Sinope in Pontus.
Like Mithridates, king of Pontus, he seemed almost to thrive upon poison itself!
Was a king of Pontus: he was ransomed for a large sum of money.
We see, in fact, with what care the Rhodians spared their allies on the coast of the Pontus Euxinus.
Although it lies more to the south than Pontus, it is colder.
Keeler says that Castanea is from a town of that name in Thessaly, or from another town of that name in Pontus.
The city belongs to the province of Pontus, which was annexed to Bithynia.
a province of Asia Minor, stretching along the southern coast of the Euxine Sea, corresponding nearly to the modern province of Trebizond. In the time of the apostles it was a Roman province. Strangers from this province were at Jerusalem at Pentecost (Acts 2:9), and to "strangers scattered throughout Pontus," among others, Peter addresses his first epistle (1 Pet. 1:1). It was evidently the resort of many Jews of the Dispersion. Aquila was a native of Pontus (Acts 18:2).