Can Prussia be found in the bible?

No one is absolutely certain about who Prussia represents in the Bible's Table of Nations. Sir Isaac Newton saw their descent from followers of the Bythinian King Prusa of Asia Minor who had a city named after him on the northeast coast of Asia Minor. (See Ptolemy's Map) It is known that at least half the original Prussian identity is bound up with the ancient Sudovian tribe (known to the Greeks as Sidiones). This might make them descendants in part of the Sidonians of Canaan and therefore a Hamitic peoples, akin to the Hittites (Children of Heth). The ancient German tribe, the Chatti, claimed descent from the ancient Hatti or Hittites of old. If all of this were true it might well explain an ancient promise to Jacob's son Zebulun who was promised to dwell by the sea as a haven for ships bordering on Sidon. Some believe the modern descendants of Zebulun are the Dutch (some of whose ancesters were the Sabualongi (Zebuloni), holders of the major eroport today. If so, their border with Sidon at the end of the age would fit Germany and its ancient inhabitants in the region, the Prussians (Sidiones). But, of course, there has been considerable intermarriage over the centuries and such any rigid views on this are only speculative. A concentration of Sidonian Y-DNA, however, might still be found in northern Germany today if anyone knew what original DNA to compare it to. Modern Sidon, of course, is now inhabited by Lebanese and various Arab/Turkish peoples of Ishmaelite/Edom (Esau) background. I hope my hesitancy to be certain here is seen as a virtue and not a weakness.