geographical name — see Konya

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • Iconium — • A titular see of Lycaonia Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Iconium     Iconium     † Cat …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Iconĭum — (a. Geogr.), s. Ikonion …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • Iconĭum — (Ikonion), Stadt, s. Konia …   Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon

  • Iconium — Iconium, jetzt Koniah. Stadt im türk. Kleinasien, ehemals Hauptstadt Lykaoniens, im 12. u. 13. Jahrh. Residenz der seldschuckischen Sultane von Rum, aus welcher Zeit sich Moscheen, Bazars und Bäder theilweise erhalten haben, jetzt unbedeutend.… …   Herders Conversations-Lexikon

  • ICONIUM — urbs Lycaoniae Archiepiscopal. sub Patr. CP. et caput, inter Cappadociam et Ciliciam, capta a Godofr. Bullionaeo, A. C. 1097. iterum a Friderico Barbarossa Imp. A. C. 1190. postquam ibidem Emanuel Imp. Graec. a Turcico Sultano turpiter victus… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • Iconium — [ī kō′nē əm] Latin name for KONYA …   English World dictionary

  • Iconium — Konya Konya Vue générale du Mausolée de Mevlâna Administration …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Iconium — A Phrygian city, usually under foreign domination, in Asia Minor; it was taken by the Gauls in 278 BCE, and the central part of Asia Minor was then known as Galatia. In 25 BCE the whole of Galatia became a Roman province. In Acts 13 Iconium and… …   Dictionary of the Bible

  • Iconium — Konya …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Iconium —    The capital of ancient Lycaonia. It was first visited by Paul and Barnabas from Antioch in Pisidia during the apostle s first missionary journey (Acts 13:50, 51). Here they were persecuted by the Jews, and being driven from the city, they fled …   Easton's Bible Dictionary

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