Lycia

Lycia

[lish-ee-uh]
noun
an ancient country in SW Asia Minor: later a Roman province.
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Lycia (ˈlɪsɪə)
 
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an ancient region on the coast of SW Asia Minor: a Persian, Rhodian, and Roman province

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a wolf, a province in the south-west of Asia Minor, opposite the island of Rhodes. It forms part of the region now called Tekeh. It was a province of the Roman empire when visited by Paul (Acts 21:1; 27:5). Two of its towns are mentioned, Patara (21:1, 2) and Myra (27:5).

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