Lycia
geographical name ancient region & Roman province SW Asia Minor on coast SE of Caria

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • Lycia — ist die lateinische Bezeichnung für ein Gebiet in Anatolien, siehe Lykien eine entsprechende Provinz des römischen Reiches, siehe Lycia (Provinz) der Name einer Dark Wave Band aus Arizona, siehe Lycia (Band) eine Gattung der Schmetterlinge… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Lycia — (Рим,Италия) Категория отеля: Адрес: Via del Boschetto, Рионе Монти, 00185 Рим, Италия …   Каталог отелей

  • LYCIA — reg. min. Asiae inter Pamphyliam, et Cariam: Mylias alias, et ogygia Steph. qui incolas Tremilos dictos scribit. Unde Trimilis reg. apud liberalem. Aliis Mylias fuit eius pars Bor. olim (si poetarum fabulis credimus) chimaerae monstri ignibus… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • Lycĭa — Lycĭa, Stadt, s. Lecce …   Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon

  • Lycia — [lish′ə, lish′ē ə] ancient country in SW Asia Minor, on the Mediterranean: settled in early times; came under Persian and Syrian rule; annexed as a province by Rome (1st cent. A.D. ) …   English World dictionary

  • Lycia — For other uses, see Lycia (disambiguation). Sidyma redirects here. For the moth genus named, see Sidyma (moth). Lycia (Λυκία) Ancient Region of Anatolia Lycian rock cut tombs of Dalyan …   Wikipedia

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  • Lycia — /lish ee euh/, n. an ancient country in SW Asia Minor: later a Roman province. * * * Ancient district, southwestern Anatolia. Located along the Mediterranean Sea coast in present day Turkey, in ancient times it was situated between the regions of …   Universalium

  • Lycia — At the port of Patara on the Lycian coast, Paul and his companions embarked on a different ship en route for Jerusalem (Acts 21:2), and also at Myra in Lycia en route to Rome (Acts 27:5). Lycia had become a Roman province in 43 CE, but in 74 CE… …   Dictionary of the Bible

  • Lycia —    Region in southwestern Asia Minor (q.v.); part of the theme of Kibyrrhaiotai (qq.v.). Its metropolis (q.v.) was the city of Myra, on the main maritime Aegean (q.v.) route from Egypt to Italy (qq.v.). Among Lycia s most impressive ruined… …   Historical dictionary of Byzantium

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